Munch with Your Major
ALBANY, N.Y. (Oct. 24, 2016) – Faculty and staff chatted with undecided sophomores about possible majors at a recent Munch with Your Major session in the Campus Center Ballroom.
These sessions, new this year, help students dine with faculty and staff who can tell them more about their area of interest. Students learn about the major, career paths, research opportunities, activities and clubs.
Run through Student Engagement in the Office of Undergraduate Education, the sessions are a part of the Second Year Experience. Students learn more about tracks or concentrations, prerequisites and capstone classes, internships, post-graduate paths, and student clubs affiliated with each major. For more information, see Munch with Your Major.
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