Menu

School of Arts & Letters Minors

The School of Arts and Letters minors are listed below as well as information about the IU Southeat BASES Program.

BASES Program

BASES stands for Business + Arts & Sciences + Education + Society. It's a new way for students to combine skills, talents, convictions and interests in ways that make them better able to succeed in today's cross-disciplinary working world.

BASES allows you to pursue a minor in another School or discipline to round out your degree, providing you with additional career options and paths post-graduation. Learn more about how your major pairs with a minor in another area of study by visiting the BASES website.

Minor in Art History

The minor in Art History is open to all students who have an interest in the history of art regardless of their major. At least 18 credit hours are required, including A 101 Ancient and Medieval Art, A 102 Renaissance Through Modern Art, A 458 Topics in the Ethnographic Arts, plus a minimum of three other courses above the 200 level. At least one of these additional courses must cover a European, Euro-American, or Euro-Australian topic. At least one must concentrate on the arts of an indigenous people (e.g., Native American, African, South Pacific, or Asian). Art history minors must meet with a Fine Arts departmental advisor for program planning.

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Communication

To earn a minor in Communication, a student must complete 15 credit hours. Minors must complete the two classes listed immediately below and three additional classes in communication; two of the three must be at the 300 level or above.

Course # Description Credit Hours Minimum Grade Prerequisite/Co-requisite
SPCH-S 121 Public Speaking 3 C ENG-W 131
SPCH-S 122 Interpersonal Communication 3 C
Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Creative Writing

Creative Writing Minor & Certificate

Policies:

  • All courses and prerequisites fulfilling the requirements for minors or certificates in English must be completed with a grade of C or higher.  
  • The overall GPA for any English minor or certificate must be 3.0.
  • English majors may count no more than two online and/or correspondence courses toward the minor or certificate. Students may request departmental consent for exception.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Knowledge of Craft Terms and Concepts: The student will become knowledgeable in essential craft terms and concepts in fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.
  2. Competency in Creative Writing: The student will develop competency in creating original works in fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.
  3. Competency in Revision: The student will be able to meaningfully revise original creative writing and incorporate suggestions from peers and instructors.
  4. Competency in Critiquing Creative Writing: The student will learn to meaningfully critique drafts of other student writers applying craft terms and concepts, participate in workshops, and prepare workshop reports.
  5. Competency in Analyzing Creative Writing: The student will be able to analyze works by major authors of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction in analytic essays and scholarly articles.
  6. Appreciation of Literature and Literary Culture: The student will develop aesthetic values and appreciate literature and literary culture by reading important works and analyzing them, participating in university and community events featuring readings and lectures, participating in the university and community literary scene, and attending cross-cultural and cross-media events such as plays and gallery shows, to understand the interrelatedness of the arts.

Creative Writing Minor Requirements

The Creative Minor requires a total of eighteen (18) credit hours with a minimum grade of a C in each class.

Required

  • ENG-W 203 - Creative Writing (3 credit hours)
  • ENG-L 371 - Literary Interpretation (3 credit hours)

Two of the following three are required

  • ENG-W 301 - Fiction (3 credit hours)
  • ENG-W 303 - Poetry (3 credit hours)
  • ENG-W 311 - Creative Nonfiction (3 credit hours)

One of the following is required

  • ENG-W 401 - Advanced Fiction (3 credit hours)
  • ENG-W 403 - Advanced Peotry (3 credit hours)
  • ENG-W 411 - Advanced Creative Nonfiction (3 credit hours)

Complete one additional English Literature Elective

  • ENG-L varies - one 300-400 level English Literature elective (ENG-L 351, ENG-L 352, or ENG-L 354 may be used to satisfy the requirement) (3 credit hours)

Michael Jackman, Senior Lecturer in Writing, discuss new trends in creative writing

Minor in Education

The Secondary Education Minor is open to all majors for those the School of Education is approved to license (i.e. English, History, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology). This gives undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in a career as a teacher in Indiana/Kentucky, based on state licensing requirements.

The program allows students to complete a teaching credential program while majoring in a related program (i.e. fine arts-theatre, Spanish, economics, geography, natural sciences) or any academic area in which the state offers a content area exam that the School of Education has approval to license. The Secondary Education Minor for teacher licensure has the same program acceptance requirements for students minoring in Education, as well as, students majoring in Education.

Required Courses

  • EDUC-W 200
  • EDUC-M 300

*Candidates must be admitted to the Secondary Education Program to enroll in any of the professional education blocks below (passing scores for all Praxis I tests, prior to 5/31/2014 or CASA or other state approved alternatives based on Indiana Required Standards).

First Block

  • EDUC-K 200
  • EDUC-P 312
  • EDUC-P 313
  • EDUC-M 303

Second Block - last fall semester

  • EDUC-F 401
  • EDUC-M 301
  • EDUC-M 314 (Fall Only)
  • EDUC-M 464

Third Block - last spring semester

  • EDUC-F 401
  • EDUC-M 441 or M446 or M452 or M457 or S490 (Spring Only)
  • EDUC-M 480 student teaching

Admissions Requirements

To be admitted to the Secondary Education Program (SEP), candidates must meet all the requirements for Summative Decision Point I as listed below:

  1. Completed EDUC-M 300 and earned a grade of at least 2.0 (C)
  2. Possess an overall GPA of at least 2.75
  3. Possess at least a grade of 2.0 (C) in each course in the licensing area(s) and an overall average in each licensing area of at least 2.75
  4. Have passing scores on the CASA or other Indiana approved alternatives (ACT/SAT)
  5. Have positive recommendations from the EDUC-M 300 instructor or equivalent diversity course instructor
  6. Submit a completed application to the SEP with a copy of the official CASA or Indiana Approved Alternative test scores

Advising

For additional information on requirements, admissions materials, or requirements for specific blocks, please contact your school’s advisor.

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Fine Arts - General Studio (Non-Majors)

The minor in studio arts is designed for students majoring in a subject outside of the fine arts program. This curriculum provides a broad overview of the studio art curriculum.

Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-F 100 Fundamental Studio - Drawing 3
FINA-F 101 Fundamental Studio - 3D 3
Choose 1 of the following
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-D 210 Digital Art: Survey and Practice (For Track 1) 3
FINA-F 102 Fundamental Studio - 2D (For Track 2) 3

Select one of the following tracks

Track 1 (pre-requisites: FINA F100, F101, D210)

Track 1 - Select 2 of the following
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 260 Ceramics 1 3
FINA-S 250 Graphic Design 1 3
FINA-S 217 Video Art 3
Select a 300-level studio course (See below)
Select a FINA 300-level studio course with the appropriate
200-level pre-requisite.
3

Track 2 (pre-requisites: FINA F100, F101, F102)

Track 2 - Select 2 of the following
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 260 Ceramics 1 3
FINA-S 200 Drawing 1 3
FINA-S 230 Painting 1 3
FINA-S 240 Printmaking 1 3
Select a 300-level studio course (See below)
Select a FINA 300-level studio course with the appropriate
200-level pre-requisite.
3

Total: 18 credits for each track

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Fine Arts - General Studio (Fine Art Majors)

The minor for students pursuing the BFA or BA in studio allows fine arts students to gain more experience in an area outside of their BFA or BA curriculum. The studio minor facilitates an even broader experience in studio studies by providing students the opportunity to explore another studio area of focus with greater depth.

All are 15 credit hours

Painting

Painting - Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 345 Life Drawing 3
FINA-S 438 Water media 3
FINA-S 331* Drawing II 3
FINA-S 431* Painting III (take 2xs - 6 credits)

Drawing

Drawing - Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 345 Life Drawing 3
FINA-S 438 Water media 3
FINA-S 301* Drawing II 3
FINA-S 401* Drawing III (take 2xs - 6 credits)

Ceramics

Ceramics - Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 361* Ceramics II (take 2xs - 6 credits)
FINA-S 461* Ceramics III (take 2xs - 6 credits)
FINA-S 463 Topics in Studio Ceramics 3

Printmaking

Choose three 300-level courses (not repeated) - 9 credits

Choose three 300-level courses (not repeated)
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 341 Printmaking II - Intaglio 3
FINA-S 343 Printmaking II - Lithography 3
FINA-S 344 Printmaking II - Silkscreen 3
FINA-S 348 Printmaking II - Relief 3

Choose two 400-level courses (not repeated - students demonstrate advanced-level proficiency in two printmaking media) - 6 credits

Choose two 400-level courses (not repeated)
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 441 Printmaking III - Intaglio 3
FINA-S 443 Printmaking III - Lithography 3
FINA-S 445 Relief Printmaking Media 3

Graphic Design

Graphic Design - Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA-S 310 Photography 3
FINA-P 323 Web Design 3
S351 Typography 3
S305* Design Center (up to 6 Credit Hours)
S451* Advanced Graphic Design (up to 6 Credit Hours)

If this course has been taken as an elective or is required by a BFA concentration area, e.g. DAIM, students would need to take more of S305 and S451.

DAIM (Digital Art and Interactive Media)

DAIM - Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
FINA S310 Photo 3
FINA P323 Web Design 3
FINA D310* Interactive Media (up to 6 credits)
FINA D 410* Advanced Multimedia (up to 9 credits)

If this course has been taken as an elective or is required by a BFA concentration area, e.g. Graphic Design, students would need to take more of D 310 and D 410.

*Repeatable studio courses

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in French

Requirements for Minors in Modern Languages

15 credit hours, including

  • F 200 Second-Year French I (3 cr.)
  • F 250 Second-Year French II (3 cr.)

Nine (9) creit hours in French beyond F250 Studnts much complete three courses at the 300 level.

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in German

Students muct complete three courses at the 300 level.

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Leadership

The interdisciplinary minor in leadership provides students with an opportunity to develop fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to assume leadership, supervisory or management positions in private companies and nonprofit organizations.

Students may choose from the list of courses below.

Students must complete 18 credit hours, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for all courses in the minor.

(A cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for admission to the minor, which must be added before a student completes 90 credit hours.)

Core Requirements
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
EDUC-U 495 Leadership Training
Minimum Grade: B
1

Leadership

Leadership Requirement: Choose two courses
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
BUS-Z 200 Introduction to Human Resources Management 3
BUS-N 221 Principles of Leadership 3
BUS-N 220 Conference Leadership Training 3
HPER-R 272 Recreation Act/Ldr Methods 3
PSY-B 366 Concepts and Application of Organizational Psychology 3
PSY-B 378 Introduction to Industrial Psychology 3
POLS-Y 404 Political Issues in Public Personnel Management 3
SUPV-S 300 Frontline Leadership 3

Ethics

Ethics Requirement: Choose one course
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
PHIL-P 140 Introduction to Ethics 3
PHIL-P 240 Business & Morality: Ethics in Context 3
BUS-N 120 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3

Communication

Communication Requirement: Choose two courses
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
CMCL-C 205 Introduction to Communication and Culture 3
CMCL-C 380 or SPCH-S 380 Nonverbal Communication 3
COMM-C 102 or SPCH-S 122 Interpersonal Communication 3
CMCL-C 450 or SPCH-S 450 Gender and Communication 3
COMM-C 101 or SPCH-S 121 Public Speaking 3
SPCH-S 229 Discussion & Group Methods 3

Community Development

Community Development
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
COAS-R 399 Topic: Community/Campus Involvement 2

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Literature

Requirements for a Minor in English

Eighteen (18) credit hours at the 200 level or above, including:

  1. L 371 Critical Practices (3 cr.)
  2. Nine (9) credit hours in literature survey courses chosen from the following: L 297, L 298, L 299, L 351, L 352, L 354
  3. One of the following (3 cr.):
    1. L 313 Early Plays of Shakespeare
    2. L 314 Late Plays of Shakespeare
  4. One elective

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Music

A minimum of 20 credit hours in music is required to earn a minor in music. The required courses for a minor are listed below.

An audition is not required to obtain a minor in music.

Advising with full-time music faculty is not required for the Music minor.

Music Minor Requirements
These requirements are in addition to university distribution requirements
Course Number Course Title Credits
T113-114 Music Theory I and II* 6
T115-116 Ear Training I and II 2
M201-202 Literature of Music I and II 6
Applied Instrumental/Vocal Study 4
Ensemble Participation † 2
Total Credits 20
* NOTE: Some students may need to enroll in Rudiments of Music (MUS-T 109) to prepare for the work in MUS-T 113 Music Theory. Please contact the Music Department for advising.
† NOTE: For students whose ensemble is choir, it is not permissible to double-up on credits by enrolling in both Concert Choir and Community Chorus, unless the student is graduating in that semester and they have received permission from the Choral Director.
Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Music Recording and Production

The Minor in Music Recording provides students with the opportunity to obtain knowledge and experience in audio production and allows those who want to obtain a degree in a different discipline, or do not have a formal music background, with a concentration in Audio Production. Students in other areas of the music program, such as music business, music education, performance or composition would also benefit from the additional expertise obtained through this minor.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 18 credit hours in music is required to earn a minor in audio production. The required courses for a minor are listed below.
  • An audition is not required to obtain a minor in music.
  • Advising with full-time music faculty is not required for the audio production minor but is available as needed.
  • A minimum grade of C is required in all minor courses.
  • Students must complete the general education requirements for a bachelor's degree and requirements for a major in another subject area as the certificate is not the equivalent of a major. Students may major in any subject and still obtain an audio production minor.
Required Courses
Course Number Course Title Credits
T109 Fundamentals of Music* 3
M174 Music Appreciation 3
A101 Intro to Audio Recording 3
A270 Multi-track Studio I 3
A301 Electronic Studio I (3 hour Section) 3
A302 Electronic Studio II 2
P100 Piano Class 1
Either two semesters of Ensemble (no credit) or Performance Class or one of each is required.
If the student cannot pass an audition for an ensemble they would be required to take the performance class.

*(or T113 for students that qualify on theory placement exam)

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Philosophy

By completing 15 credit hours in philosophy, including 3 credit hours in logic and 9 credit hours at the 200 level or above, students can receive a minor in philosophy. Minoring in philosophy offers students working toward another major the opportunity to expand their studies and inform their work in other disciplines. It gives students a chance to address some of the ethical questions that will undoubtedly arise within the context of their chosen field, as well as to gain a stronger grasp of the philosophical and historical elements that contribute to the foundations of their discipline. In addition, minoring in philosophy helps the student to sharpen his or her analytic skills and to achieve a greater cultural awareness.

Visit the IU Southeast bulletin webpage for more information on Philosophy major and minor requirements.

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Professional Writing

IU Southeast graduates seeking employment will benefit greatly from the skills learned in the Professional Writing Minor offered by the English Department, including the ability to work in teams and to analyze, communicate, and create information across a wide range of professional writing, such as business writing, technical report writing, writing for online media, and writing for publications such as magazines and brochures. A 2009 survey of employers conducted by the American Association of Colleges and Universities found that the employers surveyed valued the knowledge offered by this minor, which is open to students from any major.

Requirements:

  • A minimum grade of C in each course is required for the minor to be awarded.
  • One course taken for this minor may be taken online.

Courses Required for the Professional Writing Minor

  1. ENG-W 234 Technical Report Writing (3 cr.)
  2. ENG-W 315 Writing for the Web (3 cr.)
  3. ENG-W 331 Business and Administrative Writing (3 cr.)
  4. ENG-W 364 The Art of Magazine Editing for Publication and Production (3 cr.)
  5. ENG-W 395 Independent Study of Writing when taught as The Art of Magazine Writing
  6. ENG-W 398 Internship in Writing or COAS-S 399 Internship (must involve a substantial writing and/or communication component and must be approved by writing faculty)

Total: 18 credit hours

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Recreation

The General Studies Program at Indiana University Southeast offers a minor in Recreation, consisting of 17 credit hours minimum. All of General Studies’ minors and certificates require all course grades to be a C- or higher and the overall GPA of those courses to be a 2.0 or higher.

Core Coursework
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
HPER-R 160 Recreation and Leisure 3
HPER-R 271 Dynamics of Outdoor Recreation 3
HPER-R 272 Recreation Activities and Leadership Methods 3
HPER-R 324 Recreational Sports Programming 3
HPER-H 363 Personal Health 3

Other courses offered on a rotating basis to complete the required 17 hours

Rotating Courses
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
HPER-C 366 Health Problems in the Community 3
HPER-E 181 Tennis 1
HPER-E 185 Volleyball 1

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Religious Studies

Students can minor in religious studies by completing 15 credit hours of religious studies courses with 9 credit hours at the 200 level or above. PHIL-P 371 Philosophy of Religion (3 cr.) may be counted in the 15 credit hours.

Introductory Level Course

  • REL-R 100 Any religious studies course at 100 level ( 3 cr. hrs.)
    • minimum grade CUpper Division Level Requirements
  • REL-R 200/300/400 3 courses (9 units) in Religious Studies at 200 level or higher And/Or ( 9 cr. hrs.)
    • minimum grade C-
    • prerequisite/co-requisite:
  • PHIL-P 371 Philosophy of Religion ( 3 cr. hrs.)
    • minimum grade C-
    • prerequisite/co-requisite: ENG-W 131 and 3 prior credits in philosophy.

Open Elective

  • REL-R 100-400 One additional REL-R course at any level. ( 3 cr. hrs.)
    • minimum grade C

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Safety

All of General Studies' minors and certificates require all course grades to be a C- or higher and the overall GPA of those courses to be a 2.0 or higher.

Required Courses (9 Credits)
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
SPH-S 101 Introduction to Safety 3
SPH-S 151 Legal Aspects of Safety 3
SPH-S 345 Safety Program Management 3

Elective Courses: Select 2 courses (6 credits; at least one course must be 300/400 level)

Elective Courses - Select 2 courses, one Course at 300/400 Level (6 Credits)
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
SPH-H 160 First Aid & Emergency Care 3
SPH-S 231 Safety Engineering and Technology 3
SPH-S 251 Incident Investigation & Analysis 3
SPH-S 415 Safety Ed. and Training 3
SPH-S 430 Exploring Safety Culture 3

Other course electives as approved by advisor (3 cr.)

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Spanish

15 credit hours, including

  • S 200 Second-Year Spanish I (3 cr.)
  • S 250 Second-Year Spanish II (3 cr.)

Nine (9) creit hours of Spanish beyond S 250 (Choose 3 courses from the following: S 275, S 291, S 312, S 317 or another 300- or 400-level course)

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Supervision

The General Studies Program at Indiana University Southeast offers a certificate as well as a minor in supervision. The minor consists of 24 credit hours. Students, who complete the Certificate in Supervision, can also complete the Minor in Supervision by completing 6 additional credit hours. Students may select the 6 addition credit hours from four different areas.

The courses are designed to prepare trainees and entry-level supervisory personnel, but also to allow students to broaden their knowledge in the following areas:

  • Business and (OLS) Organizational Leadership & Supervision)
  • Communication Skills
  • Counseling and Human Behavior
  • Safety Management

All of General Studies' minors and certificates require all course grades to be a C- or higher and the overall GPA of those courses to be a 2.0 or higher.

Requirements for Minor in Supervision

The Minor in Supervision (24 credit hours) must include six core courses:

Core Courses (24 Credits)
Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
BUS-W 100 Introduction to Business 3
SPCH-S 122 Interpersonal Communications 3
SUPV-S 300 Frontline Leadership 3
SUPV-S 310 Resource and Planning Management 3
SUPV-S 320 Labor Relations 3
HPER-H 160 First Aid 3

Students may select (6 credit hours) from any of the courses listed below for the minor.

Note: each course listed below is a 3 credit hour course.

Each course listed has No Prerequisites (unless specified)
(OLS is available from Purdue Programs)

Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
OLS 252 Human Behavior in Organizations 3
OLS 284 Leadership Principles 3
OLS 331 Occupational Safety and Health 3
OLS 345 Critical Thinking in Organizations 3
OLS 386 Leadership for Organizational Change 3
BUS-P 301 Operations Management 3
BUS-P 430 Total Quality Management 3
BUS-Z 302 Managing & Behavior in Organizations 3

or

Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
MATH-K 300 Statistical Techniques 3
ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills 3
SPCH-C 325 Interviewing Principles & Practices 3
SPCH-S 223 Business & Professional Speaking 3
SPCH-S 308 Family Communication
SPCH-S 229 Discussion and Group Methods 3
SPCH-S 440 Organizational Communication 3
SPCH-S 450 Gender & Communication 3
PSY-B 366 Concepts & Applications of Organizational Psychology 3
PSY-B 378 Introduction to Industrial Psychology 3
PSY-B 386 Introduction to Counseling 3

Each course listed has No Prerequisites (unless specified)

Dept./
Course #
Title Credit
Hours
SPH-S 101 Introduction to Safety Science 3
SPH-S 151 Legal Aspects of Safety 3
SPH-H 174 Prevention of Violence in American Society 3
SPH-S 201 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene 3
SPH-S 202 Fundamentals of Fire Protection 3
SPH-S 210 OSHA General Industry Standards 3
SPH-S 214 Safety: OSHA Construction Industry Standards 3
SPH-S 231 Safety Engineering and Technology 3
SPH-S 251 Incident Investigation and Analysis 3
SPH-S 255 Threats, Violence and Workplace Safety 3

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Theatre

All course in the minor must be completed with a grade of C- or higher.

  • THTR-T 120 Acting I (3 cr. hrs.)
  • THTR-T 225 Stagecraft I
  • THTR-T 270 Introduction to History of Theatre I or THTR-T 271 Introduction to History of Theatre II
  • Six (6) credit hours to be selected from theatre courses above the 100 level

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Women and Gender Studies

  • Students must complete the general education requirements for a bachelor's degree and requirements for a major in another subject area as the certificate is not the equivalent of a major. Students may major in any subject and still obtain a Women’s and Gender Studies certificate.
  • The minor requires 15 credit hours in women's and gender studies. The 15 credit hours would be included in the 120-124 credit hours required for bachelor's degrees.
    • 3 credit hours, including:
      • WOST W 200 /SOC W 100 - Women in Contemporary American Society/ Gender Studies
    • 12 additional credit hours, from women’s and gender studies approved courses, including:
      • one course in humanities
      • one course in social sciences
      • electives to total 15 credit hours

Add this minor to your degree today!

Minor in Writing

Requirements for a Minor in Writing

Eighteen (18) credit hours at the 200 level or above, including:

  1. G 205 Introduction to the English Language (3 cr.)
  2. W 203 Creative Writing (3 cr.)
  3. One of the following (3 cr.):
    1. W 231 Professional Writing Skills
    2. W 234 Technical Report Writing
    3. W 290 Writing in the Arts and Sciences
    4. W 315 Writing for the Web
  4. W 350 Advanced Expository Writing (3 cr.)
  5. One of the following (3 cr.):
    1. W 270 Argumentative Writing
    2. W 420 Argumentative Writing
  6. Electives: 3 additional credit hours in a course chosen from the following: ENG-W 207, W 231, W 234, W 290, W 301, W 303, W 310, W 311, W 315, W 395, W 398, W 401, W 403, W 405, W 410, W 411, W 490, W 497, W 498; JOUR-J 200; THTR-T 453, T 454

Add this minor to your degree today!

Campus Events

Induction Day

Induction Day

August 17th, 2018

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

2018 Champions Dinner

2018 Champions Dinner

August 18th, 2018

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Fall Classes Begin

Fall Classes Begin

August 20th, 2018

All day event

Last Day to Register for Fall Classes

Last Day to Register for Fall Classes

August 26th, 2018

All day event

Labor Day Holiday - NO CLASSES

Labor Day Holiday - NO CLASSES

September 3rd, 2018

All day event

Registration Appointments for Spring 2019 Assigned

Registration Appointments for Spring 2019 Assigned

September 19th, 2018

All day event

Fall Job Fair

Fall Job Fair

October 11th, 2018

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Fall Break - no classes

Fall Break - no classes

October 15th, 2018
to
October 16th, 2018

All day event

Early (Priority) Registration Begins for Spring 2019

Early (Priority) Registration Begins for Spring 2019

October 29th, 2018

All day event

Open Registration Begins for Spring 2019

Open Registration Begins for Spring 2019

November 5th, 2018

All day event

See All Events » Submit an Event »