What is a Minor?
Enhance your bachelor's degree by adding a minor. Earning a minor enables you to pursue a personal interest, gain specialized knowledge that complements your major, or counterbalance your major with a completely different field of study.
- A minor is an academic program that supplements your baccalaureate study.
- It typically requires six or seven courses (18 - 21 credits) to complete.
African American Studies Minor (AFAMR)
American Studies Minor (AMSTD)
Bioethics & Medical Humanities Minor (BMH)
Civic and Community Engagement Minor (CIVCM)
Communication Arts and Sciences Minor (CAS)
Corporate Communication (CC_UMNR)
Global and International Studies Minor (INSTD)
Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS)
Information Sciences and Technology Minor (IST)
Latina and Latino Studies (LTNST_UMNR)
Rehabilitation and Human Services (RHS_UMRN)
*We do not offer RHS 410 at this campus.
RHS 410 (Substitutions = RHS 401, RHS 402, and RHS 400W)
Security and Risk Analysis (SRA)
Special Education Minor (SPLED)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Business Administration (BADMN)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor
Management Information Systems (MISBC_UMNR)