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Bachelor's Degree-Seeking Students: Unsure What to Study?

Do you want to pursue your bachelor's degree, but are unsure what specific major you want to pick?

Consider one of the following six academic focus areas to help you find your path at UNG:

What's Next?

When you apply to UNG as a bachelor's degree-seeking student, you can select one of these six academic focus areas, or choose from one of our other 60+ majors on your application. 

Change your mind about your major? You may make that change at new student orientation!

What is an Academic Focus Area?

Academic focus areas group majors that are related and share similar coursework. Focus areas allow you to begin taking classes in the academic area you are interested in, while giving you time to decide on your major during your first year of studies.

For example, if you can't decide if you want to declare history or criminal justice as a major, then you would choose the social sciences focus area.

If you like science, but aren't sure if you want to get your degree in chemistry or biology, then you would choose the STEM focus area. 

Why Choose an Academic Focus Area?

Choosing a focus area gives you the opportunity to potentially save time and money by avoiding unnecessary credits. It also gives you a little extra time to figure out the major that will help you achieve your academic goals.

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