We have our own podcast, titled I Do Declare!, which offers a direct inside look at some of the University’s 100+ majors, minors and programs.
Hosted by members of University College’s Academic Programming Team, each episode is crafted to explore a specific program from the inside out, to provide more context into what a specific major or minor entails, how to take advantage of their open opportunities (either through programs and events, taking a specific course, or by connecting with faculty), and gain insight into where it may lead you career-wise.
New episodes of I Do Declare! will be available throughout each semester. These free podcasts are available to all members of the Montclair State community and are available on streaming platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Listen Notes and more! Listen wherever you stream.
Check out our episodes!
Ready to declare your major, but not sure where to start? Feeling like there’s so much to explore, but so little time to do it?
Check out our first episode of I Do Declare!, where we’re joined by two of our own academic advisors, Robert Schneider and Jaffir Rice, to give some important advice and insight into declaring a major, important dates you should always be thinking about, and some of the University’s “underrated” majors.
Life as a Journalism major has allowed ZW Gleason, a student in the program, to find a way to blend all of their interests together.
Here, we get a double-feature as ZW walks us through their own exploration of the School of Communication & Media and different career options for a Journalism major, and how a Minor in American Sign Language is helping them create an educational plan that brings all their passions together.
Not sure where a certain major may lead you? We’re joined by the Director of Career Development, Mr. Adam Mayer, to talk through some different and unexpected career options for a variety of majors on campus.
Thinking to yourself, “What is Medical Humanities?” We’re joined by Montclair State’s Medical Humanities expert, its program director Dr. Jeff Gatrall, and current student in the major, Gisele Lewis.
Learn more about this new up-and-coming field and how to apply or get involved with the College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ new major!
As one of the most popular majors on campus, Family Science and Human Development prepares students for careers in diverse fields, from teaching to social justice and everything in between!
Tune in to learn more about this interdisciplinary major from Dr. Lyndal Khaw, Department Chairperson, Shannon Bellum, Department Administrator, and Kaelyn Rice, an FSHD student!
At first, TJ Lewis ’22 wasn’t sure what he wanted to major in when he first came to Montclair. It wasn’t until he explored his options and interests with his advisor, Rob Schneider, that he turned some of his passions into plans and chose to major in Television and Digital Media. Listen in as TJ shares his University College story, how he got his start on campus, and learn about how his other interests in creating and advocating for underrepresented communities led him to a Minor in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Studies.
We’re joined by Dr. Scott Kight, Associate Dean for the College of Science and Mathematics (CSAM), to learn more about all of your academic options in the sciences and how to connect them to future career paths. Whether you’re passionate about health, wellness and helping other people or animals, or if you’re interested in collecting data and crunching numbers, CSAM may be home to the major you’ve always been looking for!
Discover the fascinating world of neuroscience alongside Dr. Julian Keenan, Professor of Biology in the College of Science and Mathematics (CSAM). This interdisciplinary field combines elements of physiology and anatomy with developmental and molecular biology, and more! Learn all about how students from different majors, including Philosophy, Communication Studies, Political Science, Psychology and Biology, are exploring their curiosities in exploring and understanding human nature and animal behavior through a creative lens in different science labs on campus, and how you too can start exploring neuroscience at Montclair!