College of Arts & Sciences

Academic Minors

Degree requirements for all undergraduate majors and minors offered within the College of Arts and Sciences are listed in the online university catalogue.

Information on academic minors within the disciplines may also be available on the websites of the departments sponsoring these programs.

Minors & Coordinators

Africana Studies Samuel Murrell, Interdisciplinary
Anthropology Nora Reber, Anthropology
Asian Studies Beverley McGuire, Interdisciplinary
Art & Art History Amy Kirschke, Art & Art History
Biology Tim Ballard, Biology & Marine Biology
Brazil-Portugese Regina Felix, World Languages & Cultures
Campaign Management Jennifer Brubaker, Communication Studies
Dr. Ben Taylor, Public & International Affairs
Chemistry Kelly Lee, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Classical Studies David Hoot, World Languages & Cultures
Creative Non-Fiction Tim Bass, Creative Writing
Criminology Mike Maume, Criminology & Sociology
Digital Arts Eric Patterson, Computer Science
Environmental Studies Jack Hall, Environmental Studies
European Studies P. Kamenish, Interdisciplinary
French PJ Lapaire, World Languages & Cultures
Geology Lynn Leonard, Geography & Geology
Geography Doug Gamble, Geography & Geology
GeoSpatial Eman Ghoneim, Geography & Geology
German Derrick Miller, World Languages & Cultures
International Affairs Remy Kleinberg, Public & International Affairs
International Studies Lesley Daspit, International Studies
Japanese Yoko Kano, World Languages & Cultures
Journalism Jennifer Brubaker, Communication Studies
Math Russ Herman, Mathematics & Statistics
Neuroscience Mark Galizio,Psychology & Richard Satterlie, Biology & Marine Biology
Non-Profit Management Christopher Prentice, Public & International Affairs
Oceanography Lynn Leonard, Geography & Geology
Philosophy Diana Pasulka, Philosophy & Religion
Physical Oceanography Dylan McNamara, Physics & Physical Oceanography
Physics Dylan McNamara, Physics & Physical Oceanography
Poetry Tim Bass, Creative Writing
Politcal Science Daniel Masters, Public & International Affairs
Pre-Law Stephen Meinhold, Public Administration
Public Administration John Brennan, Public Administration
Religion Diana Pasulka, Philosophy & Religion
Russian Studies David Graber, World Languages & Cultures
Security Studies Daniel Masters, Public & International Affairs
Sociology Mike Maume, Sociology & Criminology
Spanish Ariana Mrak, World Languages & Cultures
Statistics Russ Herman, Mathematics & Statistics
Studio Art Amy Kirschke, Art & Art History