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Welcome to the Queen's Major Maps!

Need help finding your way through Queen’s and beyond? Get major-specific advice on academics, extra-curriculars, networking, international opportunities and career development all in one place. These maps provide suggestions - you don’t have to follow all the recommendations. Use them to plan ahead, and find your own way at Queen’s!

While supplies last, print versions of the Major Maps are available at your academic department, Career Services (3rd floor, Gordon Hall) or at the Arts and Science Main Office (Dunning Hall, 1st floor).

More Help

Use this MyMajorMap tool to make your own customized major map.

Are you a high school student deciding between universities and programs? Check out the Program Decision Worksheets to help you decide what's right for you!

Are you an Arts & Science student trying to choose a program?  Don't miss the annual Majors Night event!

Wondering about further education?  Check out the NEW Grad Maps!

If you require an accessible PDF, please contact majormap@queensu.ca for further assistance.

The Major Maps

Art History

Major: [web 1.3 MB]

[print 1.4 MB]

Biochemistry

Major: [web 1.4 MB]

[print 1.7 MB]

Biology

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Chemical Engineering

[web 1.5 MB]

[print 2.1 MB]

Chemistry

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Civil Engineering

[web 1.6 MB]

[print 2.4 MB]

Classical Studies

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.7 MB]

Computing

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Commerce 

[web 1.8 MB]

[print 3.4 MB]

Computer Engineering

[web 1.6 MB]

[print 2.9 MB]

Concurrent Education

[web 1.3 MB]

[print 2.1 MB]

Drama

 [web 1.1 MB]  

[print 0.9 MB]

Economics

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.6 MB]

Electrical Engineering

[web 1.5 MB]

[print 2.2 MB]

English

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Engineering Chemistry

[web 1.3 MB]

[print 1.8 MB]

Engineering Physics 

[web 1.7 MB]

[print 3.1 MB]

Environmental Science

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Environmental Studies

Major: [web 1.6 MB]

[print 1.4 MB]

Film and Media

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Fine Art (Visual Art)

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 1.1 MB]

French Studies

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 1.0 MB]

Gender Studies 

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 1.0 MB]

Geography

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Geological Engineering

[web 1.6 MB]

[print 2.3 MB]

Geological Sciences

Major: [web 1.4 MB]

[print 1.2 MB]

Global Development Studies 

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Health Sciences

[web 0.9 MB]

[print 1.6 MB]

Health Studies

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Hispanic Studies

[web 1.1 MB]

[print 1.3 MB]

History

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Kinesiology

Specialization: [web1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Life Sciences

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 1.1 MB]

Linguistics

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 1.3 MB]

Languages, Literatures, and Culture (LLCU)

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Mathematics

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 1.3 MB]

Math and Engineering: [web 1.6 MB]

[print 2.3 MB]

Mechanical Engineering

Major: [web 1.6 MB] 

[print 2.3 MB]

Mining Engineering

[web 1.6 MB]

[print 2.1 MB]

Music 

Major: [web 1.2 MB] 

[print 1.2 MB]

Music Theatre

[web 1.1 MB]

[print 1.1 MB]

Nursing

[web 1.4 MB]

[print 2.6 MB]

Philosophy

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Physics

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 1.0 MB]

Political Studies

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Psychology

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 0.9 MB]

Religious Studies

Major: [web 1.2 MB]

[print 1.0 MB]

Sociology

Major: [web 1.0 MB]

[print 0.8 MB]

Statistics

Major: [web 1.1 MB]

[print 1.3 MB]

 

 

 

 

CACEE award logoWe would like to acknowledge the generous support we received from Georgia State University for their original idea of a Major Map tool, and the information they shared in the development process. 

The Major Maps were the recipient of the 2015 Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) award for Excellence in Innovation (Student Engagement)

Thank you to all the students and staff and faculty across Queen’s who assisted with the project development, with special recognition to the project team of Sebastian Leck, ArtSci’15 (Project Assistant), Alice Zhu, Commerce’17(Project Assistant), Holly Matthias, ArtSci’16 (Communications), Joyce Hunter (Advising Services Manager, Faculty of Arts & Science), Christine Fader (Communications, Career Services), and Miguel Hahn (Project Lead, Career Services).