Agriculture: 15 hours (including 6 upper division hours) approved by the student’s academic advisor.
Art: A minor in art is ART 1340 - Foundations Studio I or ART 1350 - Foundations Studio II , ART 1035 - Introduction to Art , ART 1045 - Drawing I , and Studio Electives—6 credit hours.
Business: A minor in Business shall consist of ACCT 3720 , BMGT 3510 , MKT 3400 , FIN 3210 , and LAW 2810 . Students must also complete ECON 2010 -ECON 2020 for the Social Science component of their General Education requirements or as General Electives.
Chemistry: A minor in Chemistry will consist of 18-20 hours including CHEM 3010-3020 and 3410 plus two additional courses chosen from CHEM 2010, 3500, 3510, 3520, 4520, 4610, 4620, 4710. The minimum average GPA in these courses must be 2.0
Coaching: Students must complete 18 hours and must include EXPW 1150 , EXPW 3091 or EXPW 3092 , EXPW 3180 , EXPW 4032 , EXPW 4171 , EXPW 4540 or EXPW 4550 .
Communication: A minor in communication will consist of COMM 2025 or PC 2500 and at least 4 courses from the offered by the Communication Studies Program, two of the courses must be upper division (3000 and above). JOUR 2200 - Mass Communication in a Changing Society can be applied to the minor in communication.
Computer Science: Students (except Computer Engineering majors) must complete fifteen (15) semester hours of CSC courses including CSC 1310 and at least six (6) upper division CSC hours.
Computer Engineering majors may earn a Computer Science minor by completing the following courses in addition to the computer sciences coursework in the Computer Engineering major: CSC 4570 IT Security (3 hours), CSC 4575 (5575) Information Assurance and Cryptography (3 hours).
Education: Any combination of 15 semester hours chosen from Art Education (ARED), Early Childhood Education (ECED), Educational Psychology (EDPY), Elementary Education (ELED), Foundations of Education (FOED), Music Education (MUED), Reading (READ), Secondary Education (SEED), and Special Education (SPED).
Environmental Studies:1 A minor will consist of at 15 hours of coursework, with a minimum of 6 upper-division hours, including the following: (a) HIST 3900; (b) One of the following: SOC 3600 or AGBE 4120; (c) 9 additional semester hours chosen from: AGET 3110, AGRN 1100, AGRN 1110, AGRN 3230, AGRN 4220, AGRN 4230; BIOL 3120 or 3130 or WFS 3130; BIOL 4130, BIOL 4610, BIOL 4840, ESS 3710, CHEM 4710; ENGL 4930 or ENGL 4931; GEOG 1010, GEOG 3330, GEOL 4100, GEOL 4150, GEOL 4410, GEOL 4650, GEOL 4711, SOC 3600, WFS 4500, including at least one course at the 3000-4000 level and two of the following areas of study: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, and Sociology (note: WFS is considered to be Biology).
Exercise Science: Students must complete 18 hours and must include EXPW 3032, EXPW 3170, EXPW 3410, EXPW 4032, EXPW 4420, EXPW 4440.
Foreign Language: A minor in French, German, or Spanish will consist of at least 15 credit hours of coursework including FREN, GERM, SPAN 3010 and FREN, GERM, SPAN 3020 and may not include FREN 2510/3510, GERM 2520/3520, SPAN 2510/3510, or SPAN 2550/3550.
Human Ecology: The minor in Human Ecology consists of 15 semester hours of courses offered by the School of Human Ecology as follows: HEC 1010 , HEC 1020 , HEC 3011 and eight credit hours of HEC electives (3 hours must be upper division).
Humanities: Any combination of 15 semester hours chosen from Art (ART), English (ENGL), Foreign Languages (FREN, GERM or SPAN), Music (MUS), Philosophy (PHIL), and Theatre (THEA). Note: ENGL 1010 -ENGL 1020 may not be included in the minor.
Leadership and Military Science: A minor in military science requires the completion of 15 semester hours, including 6 upper-division hours.
Manufacturing and Engineering Technology: Students must complete fifteen (15) semester hours to include nine (9) lower division MET hours and six (6) upper division MET hours.2
Music: A minor in music is MUS 1030 - Music Appreciation , MUS 1120 - Harmony I , MUS 3010 - Music History and Literature I 1, MUS 3020 - Music History and Literature II 1, MUS Applied Study2, and MUS Ensemble.
1 Prerequisite: MUS 1030 .
2 Two semesters required.
Professional Communication: A minor in Professional Communication will consist of: PC 2500 or COMM 2025; and at least 12 additional hours of coursework from the following:PC 3250, PC 3700, PC 3750, PC 4850, PC 4940, PC 4970, PC 4990.
Religious Studies: A minor will consist of HIST 2310, RELS 2010 and at least six credits from: ENGL 3600, HIST 4330-4339, HIST 4520, HIST 4530, HIST 4730, PHIL 3010, RELS 3300, RELS 4041-4040, RELS 4093, RELS 4100, RELS 4300 and three credits from: ASTR 1010, BIOL 1010, ENGL 2330, ENGL 3500, GEOL 1040, HEC 3565, HIST 2220, NURS 3010, NURS 3020, NURS 3030, SOC 4120, PHIL 2250 or three credits from the previous listing.
Science: Any combination of 15 semester hours chosen from Biology (BIOL), Chemistry (CHEM), Geology (GEOL), and Physics (PHYS).
Social Science: Any combination of 15 semester hours chosen from Criminal Justice (CJ), Economics (ECON), Geography (GEOG), History (HIST), Psychology (PSY), Political Science (POLS), and Sociology(SOC).
Web Design: A minor in Web Design will consist of the following courses: CSC 1070 or an approved programming course, WEBD 1500, WEBD 2300, WEBD 4950, WEBD 4975.
Women and Gender Studies: A minor in Women and Gender Studies requires completion of WGS 2010 and a minimum of 12 additional hours of course work (including 6 upper division hours) in approved courses. A minimum of 6 credit hours must be chosen from the following core courses: ENGL 4731, HIST 4350-4359, HIST 4370, POLS 3400, SOC 2200. The remaining 6 credit hours may include additional core courses listed above or approved courses that contain a significant focus on women and/or gender, or in which a student may individually contract with course instructor to focus on women and/or gender issues. These courses include but are not limited to the following: ENGL 4920, HIST 4360-4369, HIST 4440-4449, POLS 3200, POLS 3800, POLS 4610, SOC 2630, SOC 4210, SOC 4610, HON 4010 and 4900 in various disciplines.
1Exception: Except for Biology majors, students who did not take BIOL 1010-BIOL 1020 must take BIOL 3120 or BIOL 3130/WFS 3130 as part of the 9 additional hours.
2Exception: A minor in Business for Manufacturing and Engineering Technology consists of ECON 2010 , ECON 3610 ; BMGT 3510 , DS 3520 , ACCT 3720 and BMGT 3630 or BMGT 4520 (5520) or DS 3620 or DS 3540 or MKT 3400 .