A Minor is an opportunity for you to explore a secondary area of undergraduate study either for personal interest beyond your degree program, or as an area of specific expertise related to your degree program.
A minor consists of six single-term courses mainly outside the major, selected by a student from an established minor curriculum. Minors are noted on a student's Official Transcript.
NOTE: Student's priority should be given to enrolment in, and the completion of, their program’s graduation requirements. Students are cautioned that taking courses over and above basic program requirements in order to earn a Minor, may adversely affect overall academic performance and jeopardize Academic Standing. Students on PROBATIONARY Standing will not be authorized to take extra courses for the purposes of earning a Minor.
For complete details go to the Undergraduate Calendar.
Graduating with a Minor
It is your responsibility to apply for the Minor at the time you submit an Application to Graduate on RAMSS. Step by Step instructions are available through RAMSS Support.
Your eligibility to graduate from your program will not be affected in the event that you do not meet graduation requirements of the Minor(s).