Majors & Minors Fair

Explore Your Options

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Fall 2024 Majors and Minors Fair
Late September- exact date TBA
10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Cistern Yard (rain location: Stern Center)

 Logo of the Majors & Minors Fair


The Academic Advising and Planning Center, in collaboration with the Office for the Academic Experience and the Career Center, hosts the annual Majors & Minors Fair event each fall where undergraduate students across the university are invited to come explore the various options College of Charleston offers.

The purpose of the Majors & Minors Fair is to provide all undecided, re-deciding and exploring students the opportunity to speak personally with faculty, staff and student representatives from academic programs and campus resources in one location to learn about specific requirements for majors, minors, and career options.

In past years, participating departments have included: 

• African American Studies • African Studies • Anthropology 
• Archaeology • Arts Management• Asian Studies 
• Astronomy • Bachelor of Integrated Studies • Biochemistry 
• Biology • Chemistry • Classics 
• Coaching• Communication • Computer Information Systems 
• Computer Science• Computing in the Arts• Crime, Law and Society 
• Dance • Data Science • Engineering 
• English • Exercise Science • Film Studies 
• Fr & Francophone Studies • Geography • Geology 
• German Studies • Health Informatics • Health Services Admin & Management 
• Hispanic Studies • History • International Studies 
• Italian Studies • Jewish Studies • Latin American & Carribean Studies 
• Linguistics• Mathematics• Music
• Neuroscience• Philosophy• Physics
• Pre-Health• Pre-Law• Psychology
• Public Health• Religious Studies• Russian Studies
• School of Business• Sociology• Software Engineering
• Southern Studies• Studio Art• Teacher Education
• The Graduate School• Theater• Urban Studies
• Women & Gender Studies

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