It's OK if you haven't yet chosen a major. In fact, it's probably the sign of an inquisitive mind and a love for learning.
These pages will offer help and encouragement for students who have not yet declared a major.
You are in a good place to explore your options. Huntington's broad approach to liberal-arts education will introduce you to many academic disciplines, help you to examine connections between them, and ultimately choose your own path.
Preparing today for jobs that don't yet exist
It's true. If the averages hold, you will change career paths several times before retirement. And with so much change in our society, some of those jobs may not yet have been invented. Huntington will help you develop skills that are transferable to many settings, including creativity, communication, critical thinking, ethics, teamwork, and leadership.
These skills are much in demand. A recent survey reported that employers are actively seeking liberal-arts graduates.
An education with value beyond the paycheck
Just as importantly, a Huntington education will not only do things for you, it will do things to you. You will be transformed into someone who sees the world through the lens of a Christ-centered worldview.
We will help you prepare for all of life, not just for material gain and not just for a vocation.
In the words of Dr. Kent Eilers, you will become a “well-formed young adult able and ready to participate in society, both for the sake of the common good and for the kingdom of God.”
Start with the Core
Begin your Huntington University experience with courses from our Core Curriculum. These classes will blend knowledge, values, skills, and experience to form a foundation for life.
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