What is MYMF?
Not sure about your major? Undecided and not sure where to start? Stop by the annual Meet Your Major Fair! Connect with representatives and advisors from majors across campus, all conveniently located in the same room. Explore areas of interest, discover a major you never knew existed, and start the process of choosing the right major. With over 120 majors on campus there’s something for everyone- stop by and start learning about what possibilities are waiting for you.
This year, the Meet Your Major Fair is on September 25, 2019 from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM in the Student Union Ballroom
Questions about Meet Your Major Fair? Contact the Colleges of Letters, Arts, and Science Academic Advising Center at 520-621-7763 or by email.
How to Prepare
Before you arrive at the Fair there are some things you can do to prepare so that you have a productive experience.
If you're unsure about how to match your interests to majors, you might want to start by taking the Holland Code Quiz. Pick one up in our office in Bear Down Gym.
Once you know your Holland Code you can explore Degree Search. It offers the opportunity to search by interest area and types of majors. There you will find information on course requirements, career opportunities, and more.
When you arrive at the Fair there will be a list of questions handed to you. These are intended to help you have a conversation with advisors about your potential interests. The questions are listed below.
Top 10 Questions to ask Advisors about Majors
- What would I learn about when studying this major?
- How do I declare this major?
- Is there a minimum GPA required to declare the major?
- Does having this GPA guarantee admission into the major?
- How many units do I take for the major?
- What are the required courses?
- Do I need to declare the major before I can take these courses?
- What level of math and second language are required?
- Does this major require that I complete a minor?
- What are some examples of internships, research opportunities and/or clubs that are associated with this major? Where can I find more information about them?
- What careers are directly associated with this major?
- What do you (the representative) like best about this major?
Who will be there?
Representatives who have attended the Fair in the past and a good indicator of who you will see at this year's Meet Your Major Fair:
Arts & Media
Art (Art History, Studio Art)
English & Creative Writing
School of Theatre, Film & Television
Business & Industry
Agricultural & Resource Economics (Agribusiness Economics & Management, Environmental & Water Resource Economics)
Eller College of Management
Personal & Family Financial Planning
Race Track Industry Program
Retailing & Consumer Science
Sustainable Built Environments
Education & Human Development
College of Education (Early Childhood and Elementary Ed, Literacy, Learning, and Leadership, Special Education (Deaf Studies, Rehabilitation, Cross-Cat Teaching))
Family Studies & Human Development
Aerospace & Mechanical
Agricultural & Biosystems
Electrical & Computer
Mining & Geological
Systems & Industrial
College of Engineering (additional majors)
Nutrition & Food Systems
Pre-Health Professions Advising Center
Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences
Languages & Cultures
American Indian Studies
East Asian Studies
French & Italian
Latin American Studies
Mexican American Studies
Middle Eastern & North African Studies (& Arabic Flagship Program)
Russian & Slavic Languages
Spanish & Portuguese
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Hydrology & Atmospheric Sciences
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Natural Resources & The Environment
Neuroscience & Cognitive Science
Physics & Astronomy
Planetary Science & Astrobiology
School of Animal & Comparative Biomedical Sciences (Animal Science, Animal & Biomedical Industries, Food Safety, Veterinary Science & Microbiology)
Soil, Water & Environmental Science
Statistics & Data Science
Sustainable Plant Systems
Social Behavior & Human Understanding
Care, Health and Society
Criminal Justice Studies
Geography & Development (Geography, Regional Development & Environmental Studies)
Gender & Women’s Studies
Information Science and the Arts
Information Science and e-Society
Information Science and Technology
Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law (PPEL)
Public Management & Policy
Advising Resource Center
General Studies (BGS)
Student Engagement and Career Development
Study Abroad & Student Exchange
Undergraduate Research Programs
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