Degree-seeking students can choose to complete coursework for one or more minors in addition to the coursework required for a degree/major. In order to have completion of the minor(s) noted on the official transcript, all requirements for each minor being pursued must be completed, and additional minors must not have more than 6 semester hours of course requirements in common with any other minor.
Students cannot receive credit for completing minors that clearly overlap any majors being completed; for example, a student majoring in Biology cannot receive credit for completion of a minor in Biology.
Some degree programs require students to complete a minor (approved by the academic advisor) in addition to the coursework required for the degree/major. Some degree programs also require students to choose from a specific list of minors. These degrees and program-specific requirements are published in the appropriate degree/major section of the University catalog.
Cybersecurity – not open to Computer Science majors
Forensics and Investigation Minor
Health Fitness – open to all majors except for Health and Wellness Management
Homeland Security and Administration Minor
Public Safety and Health Administration