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Major Selection at FSU

brysiabrysia Registered User Posts: 159 Junior Member
edited September 2009 in Florida State University
DD keeps changing her mind about her major (they are not on the limited access list).
How easy is it to switch from the School of Art to the School of SS and vice versa?
Which school is easier to get into? Is it possible to major in one school and minor in another?
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Replies to: Major Selection at FSU

  • satscholarsatscholar Registered User Posts: 481 Member
    I would say that it depends on the classes your D took because if the requirements for the major she switches are not the same requirements for the original major, then that first major/courseload will have been a waste.
  • sunnyfloridasunnyflorida Registered User Posts: 4,790 Senior Member
    Each major has an academic map. When you change majors, you have to be able to be on track for that major within a semester or two. Academic Program Guide, Majors and Academic Maps | fsu.edu. Check out the M's for the MAP for each major. The first two years, the gen ed requirements make most majors interchangable, unless you are looking at engineering, chemistry, etc. The longer you wait to change the trickier it becomes.
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