Declare or Change your Major

Students who wish to declare or change their major should locate the proper procedure for doing so on this page. Each college and department coordinates major changes differently; this page is designed to bring all of those processes in one place. Prior to submitting a request to change their major, students should consult their academic advisor for assistance.

Declare or Change your Minor

Students who wish to declare or change their minor should consult with their academic advisor regarding requirements for a minor. After consulting with their advisor, students may request to declare or change their minor completing the minor change/declaration form.

Major/Minor Change / Declaration Form

Students who want to pursue a minor in Music must successfully audition before officially declaring a minor in music.

Changes in Wolf Watch (Degree Works)

After your major declaration information is sent to the Registrar's Office, your Wolf Watch (degree audit) will update to reflect your changes within 24-48 hours (during business days). To see how your requested changes will affect your degree progression, you may choose to complete a What-If Analysis in Wolf Watch.

Declaring Certificates

Students who wish to pursue an embedded or stand-alone certificate alongside their degree should complete the appropriate certificate declaration form located on the certificate information page. Embedded certificates are not tracked in Wolf Watch. Students should consult their academic advisor or the academic department offering the certificate for more information.

College-Specific Major and Minor ChangesSpecial Forms and Processes

College of Arts, Culture and Scientific Inquiry

  • Anthropology
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • English
  • Foreign Languages & Literature (Spanish, French, German)
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Social & Behavioral Health
  • Sociology
  • Theatre (Bachelor of Arts)
  • Theatre (Bachelor of Fine Arts)

Change of Major Form

Richards College of Business

The Richards College of Business offers the following undergraduate majors. Students must complete the major change form which is reviewed by the Richards College of Business Advising Center.

College of Business Degrees and Majors  
DegreeMajor
Bachelor of ArtsInternational Economic Affairs
Bachelor of ScienceEconomics
Bachelor of Business AdministrationAccounting
Bachelor of Business AdministrationEconomics
Bachelor of Business AdministrationFinance
Bachelor of Business AdministrationManagement
Bachelor of Business AdministrationMarketing

Richards College of Business Major/Minor Declaration Form

College of Education

The College of Education offers the following undergraduate majors. Students must declare their intent to pursue one of these majors through the College of Education Advising Center.

College of Education Degrees and Majors  
DegreeMajor
Bachelor of ScienceHealth & Community Wellness
Bachelor of ScienceSport Management
Bachelor of Science in EducationElementary Education
Bachelor of Science in EducationPhysical Education
Bachelor of Science in EducationSpecial Education
Bachelor of Science in EducationSpeech-Language Pathology

College of Education Major Declaration Form

Tanner Health System School of Nursing

Students intending to pursue Nursing should complete the Nursing Major Change form and meet with a Nursing advisor. Until students are formally admitted into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, they will be listed as "Focus Area - Health Professions" or "Undecided Health - Nursing Interest."

Tanner Health System School of Nursing Major Change Form

University College

University College Majors and Declaration of Major Change Processes  
MajorDeclaration Process
CriminologyDeclaration Process
Film & Video ProductionOnline Major Form
Organizational LeadershipOnline Major Form
Political ScienceOnline Major Form
Mass CommunicationsOnline Major Form
Global StudiesContact Dr. Neema Noori
Interdisciplinary StudiesContact Dr. Andy Walter