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Many students (and their parents) are a little nervous about starting out with an uncertain path, while being very concerned about the ability to graduate within four years. Being undeclared does not mean you will fall behind or will be at a disadvantage when you graduate.
Remember, you don't have to declare a major until prior to the first semester of your junior year. You can even work with us to develop an individualized study program to customize a major to fit your unique needs.
Employers are often more interested in candidates who present broad interests and varied experiences. In fact, three out of five college grads never work in the field they major in. Ask us about our three-step Career Study Plan and we'll show you a systematic, rational approach to your career path.
Because of the intimate, supportive atmosphere at Wilkes our undeclared students get the personal attention they need to make informed major and career decisions. We can help you too.