Undeclared Engineering

Not Sure What You Want to Study?

Watch our video to learn what undeclared engineering means and how it can help you discover which major is right for you!

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The Real Deal

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Major and Emphasis Combos

Read about our students’ perspective on all of our majors, from electrical engineering to industrial and systems engineering

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What are you
interested in?

What classes you take are important, but so is the amazing hands-on experience you can get in student orgs! No matter what your major is, you can get involved in a project you love.

Meet Students Who Started in Undeclared!

Emily and Lauren talk about the advantages of undeclared.

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I started undeclared engineering because I had no idea what each engineering discipline was about but I knew I liked math and science so I figured engineering was a good bet for me – Viterbi also made it really obvious that you could switch engineering majors with little to no setbacks so there was no harm in it.
– Emily
Viterbi provided me with many opportunities to learn about the different majors: information sessions, professors willing to discuss why they love their field, students who shared why they chose their major, and mentors/advisors who helped me find the major that was best for me and my goals.
– Lauren

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Related Student Orgs

Design teams are the perfect combination of hands on and theoretical. By combining and applying students skills, design teams allow students to transform their creative ideas into something great for the public.

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Entrepreneurial student organizations take the initiative to empowering students to realize their innovative potential. They encourage creative thinking, independence and often organize events to connect students to startup or smaller companies looking for talent.

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Professional student organizations provide students to not only network with other engineering students with similar interests but also graduate students, professors and industry representatives. These organizations often inform students the possible opportunities available after graduation through a variety of networking events.

Check out our Professional and Academic Orgs page!