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Choosing a Minor

 

70201_Question Pursuing a minor in addition to the academic requirements for a major in business can be challenging, but it is also personally and professionally rewarding. Below are guidelines for ensuring that you seek out the best advice for choosing your minor, and that the minor requirement is met before graduation.

Questions

1. How do I choose a minor?
2. Who can I talk to about my minor?
3. When do I declare my minor?
4. Who declares my minor?
5. Do I need a minor to graduate?

 



 
70-201 Answers

1. Choosing a minor requires a lot of thought as well as exploration. You should "try out" different minors through courses that can also satisfy your breadth requirements. This is a good way to explore other disciplines early on, while also fulfilling a breadth requirement for the undergraduate major.

 


 

2. Students should talk to your home advisor about your different interests and ways to be thoughtful and strategic when planning your schedule to include courses in these other interest areas. Students should also talk to advisors in departments in which you are thinking about minoring in to get get good information about the fields to study, degree requirements, etc.


 

3. Your minor should be declared by the junior year. You should spend your first two years exploring different interest areas, so that by your junior year, you are ready to make a decision about which minor is the best fit, and you can then spend your junior and senior years completing the minor requirements.


 

4. The advisor in the minor's department must declare the minor. No advisor in undergraduate business can declare minors outside of business.

 


 

5. Yes! 

 


 

 

MORE QUESTIONS?

If you have questions or concerns about choosing your minor, feel free to contact Dr. Milton Cofield.
 

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