Wednesday, February 27, 2019 | 1-4 p.m. | Coffman Union, Great Hall
Open to all students, no registration required. | Games, prizes, and food!
The U of M's 140+ majors and minors can be overwhelming, so that's why we've gotten all of them in one room ready to answer questions, give advice, and offer guidance!
with advisors and faculty from different academic departments to learn more about what their programs can offer.
some of the University's 140+ majors and 130+ minors at the Expo plus academic/career resources.
your major or minor after attending the expo and make a plan to get started on your goals.
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.
Majors & Minors
Major/Minor list key: * Indicates majors with corresponding minors + Indicates minor only
Adult Education Certificate
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
African American & African Studies*
Agricultural and Food Business Management*
Agricultural Communication and Marketing
American Indian Studies*
Applied Psychology in Education and Community Settings+
Asian Languages and Literatures*
Biology, Society, and Environment
Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering*
Business and Marketing Education
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience+
Cellular and Organismal Physiology
Chicano & Latino Studies*
Construction & Facility Management*
Corporate Environmental Management+
Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature*
Digital Media Studies+
Ecology, Evolution and Behavior
Elementary Education: Foundations
Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management*
Family and Community Engagement+
Family Financial Studies+
Family Social Science*
Family Violence Prevention+
Finance & Risk Management Insurance
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology*
Forest and Natural Resource Management*
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender+
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies*
Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development
Geographic Information Sciences+
Health and Wellness Promotion+
Health Services Management*
History of Science, Technology, and Medicine+
Housing & Community Development+
Human Resource Development
Human Resource Development Certificate
Human Resources & Industrial Relations*
Individually Designed Interdeparetmental Major
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Information Technology Infrastructure*
Landscape Design & Planning*
Management Information Systems*
Materials Science & Engineering
Medical Laboratory Sciences
Native American Environmental Knowledge+
Plant and Microbial Biology*
Public & Nonprofit Management
Public Interest Design+
Racial Justice in Urban Schooling+
Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance*
Spanish and Portuguese Studies
Studies in Cinema and Media Culture*
Supply Chain & Operations Management*
Sustainable Systems Management
Teaching English as Second Language+
Technical Writing and Communication*
Have more questions?
Email The Center for Academic Planning & Exploration at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 612-624-3076, or stop by Bruininks 511.
To request disability accommodations, please contact CAPE at least 2 weeks prior to the event at email@example.com or 612-624-3076.