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Majors and Minors Fair Set for Sept. 13

Published Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

This is a great opportunity to explore the addition of a second major or minors to an existing program of study.

Are you interested in exploring other majors and minors to make the most of your academic career at the college? Then you are encouraged to attend the Majors and Minors Fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 13 in the Kanter Student Center Atrium.

Your major and general studies courses take up just 78-87 credit hours of the 120 credit hours required to graduate with most Wayne State degrees. That leaves 33-42 required credit hours that students can use to complete two minors or add a non-comprehensive major.

Wayne State has more than 130 programs of study, which provides a wide range of options for students who want to make themselves stronger candidates in their professions.

“The Majors and Minors Fair is an opportunity for you find something interesting and fun that might not even be related to your major, or it could be something that makes you a stronger job candidate by pairing your studies with a related field,” said Josh Piersanti, associate professor of art and design.

Faculty and staff will be on hand to discuss Wayne State’s academic programs and guide you through the process of adding a major or minor to your Wayne State degree.