You're not alone. College is a time of learning and understanding. A great deal of that learning process is to help you decide what you will do in your professional lifetime.
How can you choose just one program when there are so many great programs to choose from at Newman? The best way to answer this question is to declare your major as Exploratory while taking prerequisite courses. After having experienced a broad range of classes from psychology to biology, you will gain an understanding for what you are skilled at and most importantly - what your passion is.
Most students end up changing their major at least once during their undergraduate career. There is nothing wrong with that except doing so could possibly extend your graduation date by taking additional credits that may not directly apply to your final major choice. The Exploratory program is designed in a way that allows you to experience a good mix of prerequisites to help you find your passion and to help identify your skill strengths - all while maintaining your expected graduation date.
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