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Students have the option of a minor concentration, either to enhance the major or to serve as another area of complementary study. A minor requires 18 – 24 credits or six courses in a given discipline. Minor concentrations must be developed in consultation with a faculty advisor and approved by the Dean of the School in which the minor is offered. Optimally, the decision to declare a minor concentration should be determined in the Fall semester of the Sophomore year. In a declared minor structured by the University, only six credits may be transferred from another institution.
Disciplines in the School of Arts and Sciences have designated structured courses for a declared minor: Actuarial Science, American Studies, Art-Studio, Chemistry, Communications, Criminal Justice, Literature, History, Mathematics, Middle School Mathematics, Natural Science, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish and Writing.
Disciplines in the School of Business Administration which currently offer a minor are Actuarial Science, Computer Management Information Systems and Management-Marketing.