Step 3: Evaluate and Make Your Major Decision

  • It's time to put together the information you have collected. Consider what you have learned. Weigh the pros and cons of each option. If you haven't already, narrow your list down to two or three majors.
  • Consider the feasibility of a second major or making one of your options your minor. This allows you to take classes selected from different departments that share some theme or career goal.
  • If you are still having difficulty deciding, talk with your Academic Advisor who can help you evaluate the information you have collected, suggest additional resources, and guide you through the decision-making process.
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