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You may be part of Undergraduate Education's Exploratory Studies Program for one of three reasons:

  1. You selected an Exploratory Track as your major because you are not certain of your major choice and would like to have professional assistance. In an Exploratory Studies Program you will receive immediate guidance which saves you time, money and the frustration caused by lack of direction.

  2. You have applied as an entering freshman to an Architecture or Arts program that requires a portfolio or audition. You will be placed in Exploratory: Humanities and the Arts until you have been accepted by the College of Architecture and the Arts.

  3. You have applied for admissions as a Transfer Student and have selected one of the “Selective Admissions” programs. These include   Art, Accounting, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Management, Management Information Systems, Real Estate, Music, Nursing, Journalism, Social Work, and Theater. You will be placed in an Exploratory Track pending the decision of the department or until you have met the specified criteria for admissions.

There are six Exploratory Tracks from which to choose:

  1. Physical Sciences and Engineering
  2. Biological and Environmental Sciences
  3. Health Science
  4. Global and Social Sciences
  5. Humanities and Arts
  6. Administration and Management

 

1. The Physical Science and Engineering exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who have an interest in pursuing engineering and computing fields or who are considering studies in chemistry, physics, or mathematics.

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2. The Biological and Environmental Sciences exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who have an interest in pursuing careers in medicine or who are considering studies in earth or environmental studies..

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3. The Health Sciences exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who have an interest in pursuing careers in nursing or nutritional counseling.

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4. The Global and Social Sciences exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who are interested in pursuing careers in the social sciences such as psychology and education or who are considering studies in law.

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5.The Humanities and Arts Exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who are interested in pursuing careers in artistic and creative fields or who are considering studies in law.

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6. The Administration and Management exploratory area contains majors that are ideal for students who are interested in pursuing careers in business or managerial positions in different professions ranging from the hospitality industry and health care industry to careers in the public and nonprofit sectors.

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The table below shows the FIU majors related to each Exploratory Track:

Global and Social Sciences
Health Sciences
Humanities and Arts
Biological and Environmental Sciences
Administration and Management
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Advertising
Anthropology
Asian Studies
Broadcast Media
Communication Arts
Criminal Justice
Digital Media Studies
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Geography
Interdisciplinary Studies
International Relations
Journalism
Liberal Studies
Political Science
Pre-Law (not a major)
Psychology
Public Relations
Religious Studies
Sociology
Special Education
Women's Studies
Dietetics & Nutrition
Nursing
Physical Education
Sports & Fitness
Recreational Therapy
Pre-Athletic Training
(not a major)
Pre-Occupational Therapy
(not a major)
Pre-Physical Therapy
(not a major)
Pre-Speech-Language Pathology
(not a major)
Architecture
Art
Art History
Communication Arts
Digitial Media Studies
English
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
Interior Architecture
Landscape Architecture
Liberal Studies
Modern Languages
Music
Music Education
Philosophy
Pre-Law (not a major)
Theatre
Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Earth Science
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Studies
Geosciences
Interdisciplinary Studies
Liberal Studies
Marine Biology
Pre-Dental (not a major)
Pre-Medical (not a major)
Pre-Optometry (not a major)
Pre-Pharmacy (not a major)
Pre-Physician Assistant (not a major)
Pre-Veterinary (not a major)
Sustainability
Accounting
Construction Management
Economics
Finance
Health Services Administration
Hospitality Management
Human Resources Management
Information Technology
International Business
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Public Administration
Real Estate
Recreation & Sports Management
Biomedical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Informational Technology
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Physics
Statistics
 
     
 
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