Undergraduate Studies

Minors

Every undergraduate must complete the requirements of a major. While most students complete authorized clusters to complement their majors (see clusters for more details), students may, in addition to their major, select one or more minors and a second major, and may choose to complete one of the interdepartmental certificate programs noted below.

The College Center for Advising Services can provide more detailed information regarding the process students use to declare majors, minors, and certificates.

Click on the links listed below to learn the details about each minor.

African & African American Studies Journalism
American Sign Language Latin
American Studies Latin-American Studies
Anthropology Legal Studies
Arabic Linguistics
Archaeology, Technology & Historical Structures Materials Science
Art History Mathematics
Astronomy Mechanical Engineering
Audio and Music Engineering Medical Anthropology
Bioethics Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Biology Movement Studies
Biomedical Engineering Music
Brain & Cognitive Sciences Music Cognition
Business Music & Linguistics
Chemical Engineering Optics
Chemistry Philosophy:
Chinese Ethics
Classical Civilization History of Philosophy
Comparative Literature Philosophy
Computational Biology Philosophy of Science
Computer Science Physics
Creative Writing Political Science
Dance Psychology:
East Asian Studies Clinical Psychology
Economics Health Psychology
Electrical & Computer Engineering Organizational Psychology
English Literature Psychology
Environmental Engineering Psychology as a Natural Science
Environmental Geology Psychology as a Social Science
Epidemiology Social & Emotional Development
Film & Media Studies Public Health-related Programs:
French Bioethics
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Epidemiology
Geological Sciences Health, Behavior, & Society
German Health Policy
Greek Religion
Health, Behavior, & Society Research in Visual Science
Health Policy Russian
Hebrew Russian Studies
History Spanish
Interdepartmental Studies Statistics
International Relations Studio Arts
Italian Sustainability
Japanese Theater
Jewish Studies Visual Science