Students receiving a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree (except for double majors and certain degrees with Teaching Certification) must have a recognized minor. Unless otherwise indicated, a minor consists of a minimum of 18 hours. Certain minors require more; see "Recognized Minors" below. Six hours in the minor field must be on the advanced level. Electives in any minor are limited to 6 hours above the minimum number of hours required in that field.
In addition, anybody of courses which leads to a specific state-recognized teaching certification or similar endorsement, and which meets the minimum requirements indicated above for all minors, may be accepted as a minor, subject to approval by the dean and by the student’s major department. An interdisciplinary or other specialized minor which meets the minimum requirements indicated above, may be recognized in individual cases, subject to approval by the student’s major department, the dean and any department in which at least 9 hours of the proposed minor will be taken. The dean’s office will circulate a list of minors that has been approved under either of these conditions.
Generic Special Education
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