CONNECT with advisers and faculty from different academic departments to learn more about what their programs can offer.
EXPLORE some of the University's 140+ majors and 130+ minors at the Expo and academic/career resources.
DECLARE your major or minor after attending the exp and make a plan to get started on your goals.
Open to all students.
No registration required.
Games, prizes, and food!*
*while supplies last
What should I expect at the event?
Coffman's Great Hall will be filled with advisors and faculty from a wide range of the majors and minors on campus. Check out which booths you're interested in to learn what coursework, common career paths, and opportunities are like!
For all the insider details, download the Guidebook app.
Do I need to dress up?
The people at the Major/Minor Expo are interested in you, not what you're wearing. Just come wearing the clothes you normally would wear to class.
Do I need to register for the Major/Minor Expo?
No registration is required for the Major/Minor Expo—you can walk in for five minutes if that's all you have time for, or you can stay for three hours talking with every major/minor representative.
No cost, no RSVP, just come through the doors of Coffman's Great Hall.
Do I need to bring anything?
Nope! Not sure how to get the conversation started? Check out these prepped questions.
Following is a list of majors and minors that have attended the expo in previous years.
* Indicates majors with corresponding minors
+ Indicates minor only
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
African American and African Studies*
Agriculture and Food Business Management*
Agriculture Communication and Marketing
American Indian Studies*
Applied Psychology in Educational and Community Settings +
Asian American Studies +
Asian Languages and Literatures*
Behavioral Biology +
Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Biology, Society and Environment
Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering*
Business Analytics +
Business and Marketing Education
Business Law +
Creative Writing +
Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature*
Digital Media Studies+
Early Childhood Education: Foundations
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
Elementary Education: Foundations
Environmental Geosciences +
Environmental Sciences, Policy, and Management*
Family and Community Engagement +
Family Financial Counseling +
Family Social Science*
Family Therapy +
Family Violence Prevention +
Fashion Studies +
Finance and Risk Management Insurance
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology*
Forest and Natural Resource Management*
French and Italian Studies
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Studies +
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies*
Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development
Geographic Information Science +
German, Scandinavian, and Dutch
Health Psychology +
Health Services Management*
History of Science, Technology, and Medicine+
Human Resource Development
Human Resources and Industrial Relations*
Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major
Information Technology +
Information Technology Infrastructure
Inter College Program
Interdisciplinary Design +
Interior Environments +
Landscape Design and Planning*
Management Information Systems*
Manufacturing Operations Management*
Marine Biology +
Mass Communication +
Materials Science and Engineering
Medical Laboratory Science
Outdoor Recreation and Education +
Portuguese Studies +
Product Design +
Public Health +
Recreation, Park, and Leisure Studies
Social Justice +
Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance*
Spanish and Portuguese Studies
Studies in Cinema and Media Culture*
Supply Chain and Operations Management*
Sustainability Studies +
Sustainable Systems Management
Technical Writing and Communication*
Learn more about classes, careers, and the student perspective with CAPE's Major Profiles
Visit CAPE to meet with a CAPE Coach and go more deeply into the decision-making process
Talk to an advisor about what you need to get into the major or minor