Marine biology? Got it. Product design? Got that, too. Plus Chinese and a host of other language programs, economics, advertising, and a whole lot more. If you’re an explorer—a student undecided about a major or minor—know that you are in good company: one-fourth of incoming UO students aren’t sure about their majors when they enroll.
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Making the transition to college can make you feel like a small fish in a big pond, especially when you're undecided about your major. But don't worry—25 percent of incoming UO students aren’t sure about their majors when they enroll. You’ll be in great company as you explore your academic opportunities.
One benefit to being undecided about your major is that your mind is open—a lot like your future. Among the hundreds of academic programs you'll find here at the UO, there will be many you've never imagined. Each term, you'll find more than 3,000 classes to choose from in cutting-edge areas such as nanotechnology, sports marketing, product design, landscape architecture, ethnic studies, and many, many more.