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Undergraduate Studies

Minors

Every undergraduate must complete the requirements of a major. While most students complete authorized clusters to complement their majors, some students also select one or more minors.

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

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


African and African American StudiesItalian
American Sign LanguageJapanese
American StudiesJewish Studies
AnthropologyJournalism
ArabicLatin
Archaeology, Technology and Historical StructuresLatin-American Studies
Art HistoryLegal Studies
AstronomyLinguistics
Audio and Music EngineeringMaterials Science
BioethicsMathematics
BiologyMechanical Engineering
Biomedical EngineeringMedical Anthropology
Brain and Cognitive SciencesMedieval and Early Modern Studies
BusinessMovement Studies
Chemical EngineeringMusic
ChemistryMusic Cognition
ChineseMusic and Linguistics
Classical CivilizationOptics
Comparative LiteraturePhilosophy:
Computational Biology  - Ethics
Computer Science  - History of Philosophy
Creative Writing  - Philosophy
Dance  - Philosophy of Science
Digital Media StudiesPhysics
East Asian StudiesPolitical Science
EconomicsPsychology:
Electrical and Computer Engineering  - Clinical Psychology
English:  - Health Psychology
  - Creative Writing  - Organizational Psychology
  - English Literature  - Psychology
  - Journalism  - Psychology as a Natural Science
  - Theater  - Psychology as a Social Science
English Literature  - Social and Emotional Development
Environmental EngineeringPublic Health-related Programs:
Environmental Geology  - Bioethics
Environmental Humanities  - Epidemiology
Epidemiology  - Health, Behavior, and Society
Film and Media Studies  - Health Policy
FrenchReligion
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's StudiesResearch in Visual Science
Geological SciencesRussian
GermanRussian Studies
GreekSpanish
Health, Behavior, and SocietyStatistics
Health PolicyStudio Arts
HebrewSustainability
HistoryTheater
Interdepartmental StudiesVisual Science
International RelationsWriting Studies