Choosing your major can be really daunting when you’re only a freshman. A lot of freshmen decide to start out with an undeclared major, which is a great decision! It allows you to take different classes, explore your options, and figure out what you’re interested in. In my first year, I had no idea what to do or who to talk to for help. After trying out new things and getting help from a lot of people, I finally decided what I wanted to major in. Here are some things that helped me figure out my major!
Check out the University Catalog
The first that I would recommend looking at is all the majors that are offered here at DePaul. One thing that helped me was looking through DePaul’s University Catalog. It gives a lot of information like a list of majors, class and degree requirements, course descriptions, and more!
Look over your Degree Progress Report
>DePaul offers a Degree Progress Report on Campus Connect that shows you how much progress you’ve made toward your current degree. You can use the what-if report and see what it would look like if you changed your major or added a minor, and what classes you would need to complete.
Talk to the Office of Academic Advising Support
Sometimes your academic advisor won’t always be available for a meeting, especially during registration time. Talking to an advisor from the Office of Academic Advising Support can be really helpful. My advisor helped me a lot with figuring out what majors would be best suited to my interests.