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You are able to choose your electives to earn a Minor in any of several disciplines that will uniquely complement your degree.  A Minor may allow you to broaden your career preparations by adding knowledge and skills in another field of interest.

As examples, if you choose your options carefully you could choose to earn a professionally-related Minor in:

  • Accounting
  • Business Communication
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Geography
  • Human Resources Management
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • News Studies
  • Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management
  • Politics
  • Public Administration
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

For a complete list and description of available Minors and information on individual Minor requirements and restrictions, please see the Minors Policy section of the current Undergraduate Full-Time Calendar.

Other Minors may be available.  If all of the courses necessary to satisfy the requirements of a Minor you find interesting are not available as options in your program, it does not necessarily mean that you cannot complete the Minor.  According to the University’s Minors Policy, you may pursue any Minor if at least one-half of the Minor’s courses are included in the program.  So if at least three (3) courses required by the Minor are in the course option tables of the program, you can probably complete the Minor—but you should consult the Program for advice before proceeding.