Minors

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.

Art
Art History
Behavioral Science
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Forensics
Computer Networking
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Cybersecurity – not open to Computer Science majors
Drama
English
Forensics and Investigation Minor
Forensic Psychology
Gender/Multicultural Studies
Gerontology
Globalization
Health Fitness – open to all majors except for Health and Wellness Management
History
Homeland Security and Administration Minor
Human Development
Information Technology
Marine Science
Mathematics
Music (Recording)
Music (Vocal)
Political Science
Psychology
Public Safety and Health Administration
Religion
Sociology
Technical Theatre