If you are still deciding on a major, there are several items you may want to consider.
1. Meet with an academic advisor before you leave for campus for the summer.
– Biomedical Mr. Mike Labeau (344 M&M, email@example.com)
– BSE & Engineering Undecided Ms. Amy Monte (112C Dillman, firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Civil & Environmental Ms. Julie Ross (103 Dillman, email@example.com)
– Chemical Ms. Katie Torrey (202M Chem Sci, firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Computer Mr. Trever Hassell (131 EERC, email@example.com)
– Electrical Ms. Judy Donahue (131 EERC, firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Geological Ms. Kelly McLean (627 DOW, email@example.com)
– Materials Dr. Daniel Seguin (U-101 M&M, firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Mechanical Mr. Ryan Towles (205A MEEM, email@example.com) & Mr. Pete Chosa (204B MEEM, firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. Take an engineering seminar course Fall 2017 to see if a particular major is right for you. The courses that are offered are listed below.
– Biomedical BE2100
– Chemical CM1000
– Civil CE1000
– Computer EE1111 (Track B, go to 131 for registration waiver)
– Electrical EE1111 (Track B, go to 131 for registration waiver)
– Environmental ENVE1501
– Geological GE1100
– Exploring Majors at Michigan Tech – Sciences and Arts Undecided SA1000
– Career Development Foundations UN2525
3. Meet with Career Services for career guidance, discuss your MyPlan results, or gain career development strategies.
4. Check out the information about different engineering fields at the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.