EXPOExplore over 80 academic departments!
Open HousesHave lunch with department advisors and professors!
The Major Exploration EXPO is an event showcasing the tremendous opportunities available to U of U students and prospective students. U of U academic departments will gather in one location to share information about their majors, minors, certificates, and/or services that are available to U of U students or potential students.
The Major Open Houses give students the opportunity to meet with advisors, professors, delcared students, and even alumni to learn more about related majors, minors, and certificate programs. Students who attend can enjoy FREE food and a relaxed environment. All Major Open Houses are held from 11:30-1:00 in the Gould Auditorium in the Mariott Library.
Political Science, Pre-Law Advising, English, Philosophy, Writing & Rhetoric Studies, Economics, Hinckley Institute, Communication, Social Work, Peace & Conflict Studies, International & Area Studies, and Career & Professional Development CenterNOVEMBER 2 - CRIMINOLOGY, SCIENCE, AND INTELLIGENCE
Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work, Geography, Pre-Law Advising, Medical Laboratory Science, and Environmental & Sustainability Studies
Chemistry, Environmental & Sustainability Studies, Parks Recreation & Tourism, Biology, Geography, Office of Sustainability, College of Engineering, and College of Mines & Earth Sciences
January 30 - Education
Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, Biology, History, Art, Modern Dance, Theatre, Mathematics, Earth Science Composite, French, Spanish, Kinesiology, and the Career & Professional Development Center
Februrary 13 - Pathways to Health Professions
Health Society & Policy, College of Health, Pre-Professional Advising, Human Development & Family Studies, Anthropology, Communication, Psychology, Social Work, International Studies: Global Health, College of Nursing, Office of Undergraduate Research, and the Bennion Center
March 6 - Mini Major Expo
College of Humanities, College of Social & Behavioral Science, School of Cultural & Social Transformation, David Eccles School of Business, College of Fine Arts, College of Engineering, College of Mines & Earth Sciences, College of Health, College of Nursing, College of Social Work, and College of Education