Major Maps Project
Design your journey
The Major Maps Project supports the university's goal of improving the UC Berkeley student experience by providing a tool to help undergraduate students Explore their major, Connect and build community, Discover their passions, Engage locally and globally, and Reflect and plan for their future.
What are Major Maps?
Major Maps are a new resource created to help students design and plan their UC Berkeley undergraduate journey, based on their intended major or field of interest. These Major Maps include tips and resources for students to consider, from what types of courses to take when, to opportunities for campus and community, to career planning resources, and more.
View the UC Berkeley Pilot Major Maps.
Who will use Major Maps?
The primary users of Major Maps are undergraduate students (both first-year entering and transfer). Students will use Major Maps to plan and guide their experience at Berkeley. The Maps include available academic, co-curricular, and discovery opportunities – and more.
Students who have not yet enrolled at UC Berkeley may use Major Maps to get an idea of what to expect if they attend the university. Major Maps can help prospective students explore different major paths and aid them in their decision of which major to pursue.
Staff and Faculty
Staff and faculty who support students may use Major Maps to guide their advising conversations and help students develop plans of action to achieve their Berkeley goals.
Parents and Guardians
Parents, guardians, families, and others who provide support to prospective and current students will also benefit from Major Maps.
High School, community college, and UC Berkeley counselors and admissions staff will have access to Major Maps to help advise prospective Berkeley students.
Anthony Yuen, Project Lead
- Sarah Fullerton, Design and Production Lead
Aria Bezai, Communications Assistant – Research
Soohyun Cho, Communications Assistant – Design
Emily Kim, Communications Assistant – Design
Rachel Kroll, Communications Assistant – Research
- Malachi Tran, Communication Assistant – Production Tools
Monica Garcia, SACUE Staff Liaison
Habiiba Malingha, SACUE Student Liaison
Strategy Working Group
Sean Burns, Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarships
Carolyn Clark, Sociology and Demography
Amber Dillon, Summer Sessions & Study Abroad
Susan Hagstrom, CED Office of Undergraduate Advising
Sue Harbour, Career Center
Adam Hillier, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Rebecca Sablo, Office of the Registrar
Christina Teller, Letters & Science
Lorena Valdez, Transfer Student Center
Design and Development Working Group
Juliana Golden, Office of the Registrar
Hulda Nelson, Communications and Public Affairs
Matthew Skinner, Student Information Systems