Undeclared in ENSP
All incoming ENSP students begin as "Undeclared in ENSP" in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, where they explore concentrations and careers; internships, and campus activities. Your advisor will help you choose courses that help you explore your interests while keeping options open. Students must meet for advising at least once each semester, but may meet as often as they wish.
During this time students complete:
- ENSP Math requirements - by enrolling in Math each semester until requirements have been met.
- ENSP Benchmarks - the entry-level courses that help students confirm that this is an appropriate major
- Beginning coursework in concentration(s) of interest - see menu to LEFT on this page.
At 40 credits completed, students develop a "graduation plan" and declare their concentration.
- Students may request a one-semester extension to confirm their interests, if needed.
- Students with numerous AP credits may also request an extension.
- Students who wish to declare ENSP who already have more than 40 credits completed must have a graduation plan in-hand at the time of their meeting with Angela.
Advisor contact information: