Undergraduate Advising

Choosing a Major

Choosing a major is quite a challenge for some people, especially those with a wide range of interests. At the UW, you generally need to declare a major by the time you have earned 105 credits.

 

The Undergraduate Advising Office, part of the Center for Undergraduate Advising, Diversity & Student Success (141 Mary Gates Hall) has a workshop offered frequently throughout the year on "How to Choose a Major and Career." This hour-long group session helps students to zero in on their interests and strengths, and is a good starting point for those in the process of selecting a major.

The link to the Center is: http://depts.washington.edu/mgh141


Choosing courses

Choosing intro courses or deciding on which organic courses to take?

 

Choosing intro courses or deciding on which organic courses to take? There's help available.

 

Please feel free to visit departmental advisors whether you're a declared major or not.  

 

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