Listed are minors available with the baccalaureate degree programs offered from the academic departments.

A minor is a second field of study taken along with a major. The selection of courses an academic department offers as a minor may be taken to provide specialization in an academic area different from the major. A minor requires fewer hours than a major. Minors can only be earned with a bachelor’s degree (not an associate degree).

AMERICAN STUDIES
(Department of Liberal Arts)

ART
(Department of Art & Design)

ART HISTORY
(Department of Art & Design)

BIOLOGY
(Department of Biology)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(Department of Business)

CHEMISTRY
(Department of Chemistry)

COMMUNICATION AND NEW MEDIA STUDIES
(Department of Communication and New Media Studies)

COMPUTER SCIENCE
(Department of Computing)

CREATIVE WRITING
(Department of Liberal Arts)

CRIMINOLOGY
(Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice)

EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
(Department of Undergraduate Education)

ENGLISH
(Department of Liberal Arts)

ETHICS (INTERDISCIPLINARY)
(Department of Liberal Arts)

EXERCISE SCIENCE AND FITNESS
(Department of Athletic Training)

FORENSIC SCIENCE
(Department of Biology)

GERONTOLOGY
(Department of Sociology & Social Work)

GRAPHIC DESIGN
(Department of Art & Design)

HISTORY
(Department of Liberal Arts)

LEADERSHIP AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
(Department of Sociology & Social Work)

LEGAL STUDIES
(Department of Legal Studies)

MATHEMATICS
(Department of Mathematics)

MUSIC
(Department of Music)

NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP
(Department of Sociology & Social Work)

PHILOSOPHY
(Department of Liberal Arts)

PHOTOGRAPHY
(Department of Art & Design)

PSYCHOLOGY
(Department of Psychology)

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
(Department of Liberal Arts)

SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGY
(Department of Sociology & Social Work and Department of Psychology)

SOCIOLOGY
(Department of Sociology & Social Work)

SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES
(Department of Chemistry)

VICTIM STUDIES
(Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice)

WEB & MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT
(Department of Computing)