Because the above programs share a common one-year foundation, all of the courses successfully completed in Undeclared Arts are credited to the student's program of choice.
Students who have already decided which of the above major programs they are interested in should apply to those programs directly, and should consult the relevant pages of this calendar for program details.
Students interested in one of the above double major programs must apply to one of the major programs or to Undeclared Arts, from which they can apply to transfer in their second semester of studies to one of the approved double major programs. Students are not admitted into a double major in first year. Double major programs other than those listed above have not been approved and thus may not be taken. Students who are completing, or have already completed post-secondary studies, must apply to one of the major programs. Transfer credit/Advanced Standing cannot be granted for the Undeclared Arts option.
Semesters One and Two: Undeclared Arts students learn more about the program areas by selecting foundation courses in the social sciences and humanities. Two required first-year courses in Academic Writing and Research and in Critical Thinking develop essential skills and competencies that will enhance students' success in university and career preparation. Students also choose additional electives from a wide range of areas, including business, the natural sciences, media, and fine arts, and any one of these can lead to a Minor. Visit the Undeclared Arts website for further information.