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Majors

Students must declare a major by the time they have reached 90 units. With all major departments, students have access to an Academic Advisor who can assist them with their progress through the major. View a complete list of undergraduate majors and degrees at UCSD on TritonLink.

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Double Majors

Students who wish to explore a second academic program in depth, may petition to declare a double major. Double majors must be outside of the student’s current academic department (or school), and are available to students who are in good academic standing (UC cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better) at the time of application. Find out if double majoring is right for you. Come in to speak with an academic counselor today to review a possible double major and the petitioning process. Double majors must be completed in twelve quarters for students entering as Freshmen and in six quarters for students entering as Transfers.

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Undeclared

Are you unsure what major to declare? Review the steps below to help you find the best major for you!

  • Discuss your academic interests with a Marshall academic counselor. 
  • Visit academic departments to further explore majors of interest. 
  • Talk to faculty advisors in the department(s) you’re considering.
  • Attend one of the workshops or events sponsored by the Career Center in order to explore the major to career pathway. 
  • Develop an academic plan with your new major department.