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Undergraduate Change of Major/Program

After consulting with your academic advisor, you may request a change of major or minor by completing and submitting the online Change of Major/Program form. You should carefully consider the decision to change a major or minor, and should consult with your academic advisor prior to submitting the form to ensure that your major/minor selection meets your career goals as well as abides by University policy. You will also want to consult with the MT One Stop to discuss any potential impact a change of major or minor may have on your financial aid and/or scholarships.

Important information to consider when planning to change major or minor:

  • Certain majors require specific minors or may limit minor choices.
  • Changing your major may have an impact on your financial aid.  You can contact the MT One Stop to discuss any implications due to the change.
  • Students cannot double major, nor double minor in the College of Business.
  • Some majors in the College of Liberal Arts offer a choice of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS). Students should see an advisor for further explanation.
  • Requirement related to minors vary by major. For example, some majors do not require minors, some have built-in minor(s), some require one minor while others require two minors. Students should consult the Undergraduate catalog or their advisor for more information.
  • If you have already turned in an Upper Division and Intent to Graduate form for any major, you may no longer use the online Change of Major/Program form. Students should complete an Upper Division and Intent to Graduate form for the new major and submit it to the appropriate college Graduation Coordinator: Please consult with your academic advisor and the MT One Stop for more information and assistance.

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