Discover your strengths
Being undecided about what you want to study is OK. Flexibility, exploration and challenge can be an exciting part of the journey to making a decision. Your professors will help you learn more about yourself, identify your strong points and hone your interests to find a major that's right for you.
You will test the waters to see which subjects engage and motivate you. You'll develop essential critical thinking, writing and analytical skills, and you will improve your information and technological literacy through the five themes of our core curriculum, the Dialogues.
What you'll study through the Dialogues
- Self and society
- Justice and civic life
- Belief and reason
- Quantitative reasoning
- Scientific literacy
It's important to love what you do. And we're ready to help you find your passion. You'll take an assessment to develop a personal interest profile through iExplore, a program designed to help you explore career options to guide you toward a major you love.
You'll also be paired with an iExplore advisor, attend a welcome session where you'll learn about your survey assessment and the scholastic/professional areas that best suit you, and our Hannifan Center for Career Connections will host symposiums with outside employers for networking opportunities.
Majors in the College of Arts and Sciences include:
- Criminal justice
- Environmental studies
- Forensic investigations
- Political science