Minors & Double Majors
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | DEGREES AND MAJORS | REQUEST A MINOR OR DECLARE A DOUBLE MAJOR FORMS
Are you interested in adding a minor to complement your major? Have you considered double majoring? Our School of Arts and Sciences offers a variety of minors and double major options through its six departments: Criminal Justice and Intelligence Studies, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Literary Arts, Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology and Psychology.
The required courses for each minor listed below can be found at the end of the each department's description in the School of Arts and Sciences section of the undergraduate catalog.
Criminal Justice and Intelligence Studies
- Criminal Justice
- Intelligence and National Security
- Middle School English
- Middle School Mathematics
- Middle School Science
- Middle School Social Studies
- Special Education
Humanities and Social Sciences
- French Studies
- Global Cultural Studies
- Hispanic Studies
- Modern Languages
- Political Science
- Creative Writing
Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology
- Biological Sciences
- Civil Engineering Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Health
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Behavioral Sciences
- Psychology (Sequences available in business leadership, child development and counseling.)
- A minimum of 18 credits is required to complete all minors in the School of Arts and Sciences;
- Students can access the "Request for a Minor" form on the Registrar's Office forms page;
- Minors can be declared during your second semester;
- Classes in your minor can start as early at the beginning of your sophomore year; and
- Your minor is awarded, recorded and represented on your official transcript.
- Double majors are available for most of the bachelor's degrees offered in the School of Arts and Sciences.
- Students can request a minor "Double Major Declaration" form on the Registrar's Office forms page.
- The number of credits required to double major depend on the majors you choose.
- Check with your advisor to determine the exact number of credits needed for graduation.
- Double majors can be declared during your second semester.
- Classes in your double major can start as early at the beginning of your sophomore year.
- Both of your majors are recorded and represented on your diploma(s) and official transcript.