A survey of colleges and universities nationwide reveals that 60% of undergraduate students change their major at least one time before graduating. If you are contemplating this decision, you are not alone!
Review the information below to help you decide whether it is time for you to make a switch. Talk with an academic advisor to discuss your thoughts and to help guide you in the decision making process. Advisors can also help you chart a new plan of study so you can aim to complete your degree in 4 years.
If you identify with three or more of these questions, then it is probably time for you to make a change. Even if you identified with only one or two of these statements, a change may be needed.*Five Signs You Should Change Your Major, by Peter Vogt
Last updated: May 05, 2014 2:15 pm EST
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