Students in Professor Julie Hruby's "Introduction to Classical Archaeology" class examine artifacts in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center in the Hood Museum of Art. (Photo by Eli Burakian '00)
Getting started with your major or minor
A student contemplating a major or minor should arrange a meeting with a regular faculty member whose teaching and research are focused in the relevant major/minor track, or may choose to meet with the department’s designated undergraduate advisor(s) or the Chair.
The faculty member and student should confer and fill out the major/minor worksheet, and the student should enter the proposed enrollment plan in DartWorks on the Registrar's website.
The student should then make an appointment with the Chair who will confirm the planned major/minor with the student and approve it in DartWorks.
Any subsequent changes to the major/minor plan must be approved by the major advisor and the Chair.