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Discover Programs

You might be curious and passionate about many subjects, and chances are you could be successful in many different fields. Through our Discover Programs, you’ll have time to discover your abilities and realize your potential. And by exploring your passions and different academic disciplines, you can find exactly the right major for you. We recognize that every individual has unique gifts to share with others, a combination of skills, talents, knowledge, interests and experience no one else possesses. At UD, you’ll be preparing yourself for a vocation you’ll pursue later in life, while at the same time discovering talents and interests you didn’t know you had. We will work with you all four years to help you discern and realize your own personal vocation. But first, you have to enroll.


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Recent Employment Destinations

Aerotek, AmeriCorps, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Crown Equipment Corporation, The J.M. Smucker Company, Oracle, Procter & Gamble, ScribeAmerica, Teradata, Yelp

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From investigating the changing perceptions of law enforcement, to helping turn an old parking lot into a new sustainable garden with The Foodbank Inc., to conducting research with our talented professors, you’ll have countless opportunities to engage with topics you’re passionate about so you can take the first step at making a difference in people’s lives.


At UD, learning always extends far beyond the classroom. Study or serve abroad — for a week, a month or a semester. Intern or co-op with local, national or international companies — and gain valuable real-world experience. Or design your own experiential learning opportunity. Our commitment to experiential learning is one of the reasons we’re ranked No. 14 “Best Schools for Internships” in the nation by The Princeton Review.