Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Undecided
This program allows you to explore multiple majors in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences before declaring the one that’s right for you.
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What is Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Undecided?
This option allows you to explore majors in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences with a dedicated academic advisor. You will be enrolled in a specific first-year experience course which will give you time and resources to explore your strengths, interests, and goals.
Why Study Liberal Arts Here?
We understand your challenge: with over 30 majors, narrowing your choice to only one or two can be tough. Fortunately, we offer an undecided designation which allows you to explore multiple majors before declaring the one that’s right for you.
Example Freshman Schedule
First-Year Experience for Liberal Arts
What You'll Study
Selecting a major is a process that takes time. We provide a supportive academic environment for you to complete degree requirements while learning more about your interests. As an incoming freshman, you will work with a dedicated academic advisor to explore your strengths, interests, and goals before choosing the right major. Your course schedule will be created individually and tailored for your interests while fulfilling general education requirements. You have up to two years to explore, but most students declare a major much sooner.
In the first-year experience course, you will explore different topics, ideas, majors, and careers. Most of our students graduate in four years as long as they work closely with their advisor, earn passing grades, and declare a major in two years.
Our majors are constantly changing and evolving. We will work with you to create a course of study that is tailored to your own interests.
- Childhood Pre-Education
- Classical Studies
- Communication Science and Social Inquiry
- Consumer Studies
- Creative Writing
- Family and Consumer Sciences
- Fashion Merchandising and Design
- Human Development
- Humanities for Public Service
- International Public Policy
- International Relations
- International Studies
- Liberal Arts and Human Sciences (undecided)
- Multimedia Journalism
- National Security and Foreign Affairs
- Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
- Political Science
- Professional and Technical Writing
- Property Management
- Public Relations
- Religion and Culture
- Residential Environments and Design
- Sports Media and Analytics
- Theatre Arts
Beyond the Classroom
By working in the field, you'll earn job experience and apply your knowledge. You will have the opportunity to explore potential career paths and network with professionals.
Come With Us
Studying abroad gives you the opportunity to connect with a different culture, experience new ways of thinking, and explore new places, all while gaining unique understanding and perspectives. Over 1,300 students study abroad each year, going on faculty-led trips, enrolling in international programs, or studying at partner universities.