Untap your potential and pursue your passion through a rewarding exploration of many different paths. With a variety of majors to choose from, your options are vast. As an undeclared student, we will help you find where your interests and talents intersect to focus on a meaningful career path tailored to your values and goals.
Take Your Time to Find Your Path
As you transition from high school to college, it can be difficult to choose from the wide assortment of academic programs available at Quinnipiac. Our Exploring and 360 programs are designed to provide students with the freedom and flexibility to explore their particular areas of interest under the support and guidance of academic and career advisers.
Available in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Schools of Business, Communications, Computing and Engineering, and Health Sciences, these programs encourage students to register for a variety of classes that best align with their interests. Our advisers then guide students towards an appropriate major that aligns with their personal and professional goals.
Do you see yourself reporting on the major issues of the day, designing the next big video game or helping companies find their unique voice? Learn more about Communications 360. Do multiple career paths within the engineering field appeal to you? Engineering 360 gives you a feel for our four programs — civil, industrial, mechanical and software. If you have an interest in computers and technology, whether it’s big data, e-sports, human-computer interaction (HCI), or web development and virtual/augmented reality, we have a program for it. Computing 360 gives you an overview of our many programs and the opportunity to take introductory courses in any or all of them. If you still aren’t sure which path is for you, our College of Arts and Sciences will help guide you to the heart of your passion. We recognize that your unique skillset is like no other, and we want to support you along every step of your journey here at Quinnipiac.
Learn More About Undeclared Programs
Our undergraduate admissions counselors are here to answer any questions you may have and help you navigate the application process.