Minor Requirement (12 Credits)
A minor, which normally consists of twelve credits of related courses beyond the 100 level in a department or approved program (including professional programs, such as teacher education), is required of most students. Normally, at least six of the twelve credits must be taken in 300- and 400-level courses. Students must select their minor by the time they have earned 80 credits and must record their choices in the Office of the Registrar (Shuster Hall, Room 108).
With the approval of an appropriate adviser, students may construct their own minor from related courses offered by two or more departments. Instructions on how to fulfill the minor requirement are available from the Academic Information and Advisement Center (Shuster Hall, Room 280).
NOTE: The College permits students in a few major programs to waive the minor requirement. Students should consult the Academic Information and Advisement Center (Shuster Hall, Room 280) or the department or interdisciplinary program of their major to ascertain whether the College has waived the minor for them.
Last modified: 9/16/2013