Structured minors are sets of courses designed to strengthen your background and enhance the competency you've gained in your major.
By adding a minor to your degree program, you can explore other academic interests, while complimenting or counterbalancing your main area of study.
- Set your resume or graduate school application apart from other applicants
- Quick path to specialization
- Having a secondary area of study can signal to a job interviewer that you have concrete expertise
Most minors involve 15 – 18 additional credit hours of courses.
- Fine Arts
- Religious Studies
- Spanish for the Professions
- Written Communication