February 10, 2022, from 4-7pm
Location: Online via Brazen and Zoom.
What is Majors Night?
Choosing a program is one of the largest decisions students make in university. It’s important to make an informed choice – but it doesn’t have to stress you out. Majors Night was created to help you ask questions and learn about each Arts and Science program. It is an annual event.
What Can I Expect at Majors Night?
Members from each Departmental Student Council (DSC) will be available to answer questions about their experiences with the programs offered by each department. You’ll be able to compare the different programs you’re considering and explore whether they fit your interests and future goals.
Advisors from Academic Advising, Career Services, and PASS will also be available to answer specific questions about choosing a program and where to find career resources at Queen’s.
Majors Night is a partnership between Career Services, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS), the Arts and Science Departmental Student Councils and the Faculty of Arts and Science.
Online Information Sessions
From Brazen you will be able to access Zoom links for these information sessions:
Choosing a Plan - 4:30, 6:30
Certificates - 5:00
International Opportunities - 5:30
Stand Out with Experiential Learning - 6:00
For more information about choosing a major, please visit the Major Maps page.
If you are a student with a disability and/or require form of accommodations, please contact email@example.com