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!
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