Choosing a major or minor helps guide the curriculum for earning that degree. The major is a specified concentration of courses in a department, in addition to designated electives in related departments, which develop expertise in the concepts and skills of a discipline. Minors supplement the major, often emphasizing a special interest, an interdisciplinary approach or vocational skill. An interdisciplinary major is also offered, usually combining work in three departments. Don’t worry if you haven’t decided on a major yet, we have a page just for undecided students. You’re not alone, and you have an exciting journey ahead!
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