Students who have not selected a major can schedule an appointment to visit TASP's Program Specialist, Scott Feldman. He sees all of MSU's Undecided students, but before you schedule an appointment, please first consider the following questions:

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Have I applied and received acceptance from MSU? Great, check out the rest of the questions below. Head over to applytexas.org and get the application started. You're welcome to contact your advisor at any point in the process, but they can be most helpful once you're officially accepted to MSU. 
Do I have more than 30 hours? Please note that while you can declare UNDC at any classification, your scheduling options will be more limited.  You have some room to explore various degree plans within the core curriculum. Your schedule might be less limiting. 
Am I bringing in a lot of AP/Dual Enrollment hours? Please note that while you can declare UNDC at any classification, your scheduling options will be more limited.  You have some room to explore various degree plans within the core curriculum. Your schedule might be less limiting. 
Do I already have an associates degree? This situation is incredibly difficult to navigate as an UNDC. Our office recommends seeing a career specialist on campus before declaring a major.  See appointment scheduling information below.
Do I have a few majors I'm considering pursuing at MSU? 

Great, you're ready to set up an appointment!

 

Our office suggests that you visit a career specialist before scheduling. 

Click here to schedule an appointment! 

Are there courses that could help me decide a major?

Yes, our campus offers exploratory courses in various majors that you could select. Additionally, MWSU 1233 College Connections also has a career component and hones in on life skills that can help increase your skill set when you do select a major. Explore your options at MSU!

What can I expect from my advising appointment with Mr. Feldman?

He will begin by exploring the majors you're interested in pursuing and discussing specialty vs general career pathways. After surely sharing a few college experiences of his own, he will then help you build a schedule based on classes that best suit and apply to the various degree plans you've selected. Selecting a major should is an important part of the education process; however, expanding your knowledge by exploring subject areas can be a foundational piece to your liberal arts education. In an effort to help you be a good steward of your time and money, the UNDC advisor's goal is to encourage you to find your passion which will narrow your programs down, which typically happens during the first year.