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Exploring the Majors Choosing a major is an important decision to make during the first year of college. The Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming (UAAP) recognizes this significance and provides the information in this section to assist you in the process. Advice on Making Your Choice Step 1: Ask yourself some questions...What do I like to study? What are my interests? Having an interest in a subject does not necessarily mean that you will want to major in it, but examining your interests can be a good way to identify potential fields that you may want to consider as majors. Step Two: Talk with Your Advisor Many advisors have been at MIT for a number of years and can point you to resources within various departments, because they have taught, or advised for those departments. Step Three: Explore Your Options Start by exploring the Course Links provided on this site. These links provide you with nuts and bolts information regarding the various major departments, including
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