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Undergraduate Program | Explore and Apply to a Major

“Take advantage of the free classes you have in your schedule during your first year, and use them to try new things. That way, when the time comes to decide your major in the spring, you will be fully prepared.” - First Year Engineer, Class of 2017

Utilize Introduction to Engineering
“Pay close attention to the ENGR 1620 course content as it is very informative and is a good introduction to the engineering disciplines. Also, participate as much as you can in ENGR 1620 as it gives you a good taste of engineering group work.” - First Year Engineer, Class of 2017

Go to Major Night in the Fall
“To all rising SEAS first years, it’s okay to lack an idea of which major you are interested in until this point. However, make sure you attend as many major nights as possible, as they will give you a clear overview and details of each engineering concentration.” - First Year Engineer, Class of 2017.

Major Nights Calendar

Join a Professional Association
“Explore different degree possibilities by joining clubs which complete projects in your areas of interest and talking with professors and older students.” - First Year Engineer, Class of 2017

Read Tips from Engineering Career Development
Review tips on exploring the majors, taken an interest assessment, work on your resume, attend a career fair.

Go to Engineering Open House in the Spring
The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers an annual, free and open to the public event that provides an opportunity for visitors to meet faculty and staff, interact with current students, take tours of state-of-the-art facilities, and attend interesting exhibits, presentations and demonstrations. Visit the open house site to learn more.

Apply to a Major
If you are an incoming first year student, you come in as undeclared and take the core curriculum. In February, look for an email explaining how you apply to your major.

Deadline: March 5, 2017 by 6 p.m.

Curriculum for Each SEAS Major