COURSES OF STUDY
Students may concentrate additional studies in any of the areas listed
below. Minors are not required for graduation, but students who pursue
a minor should do so thoughtfully, and should declare it prior to the
end of the junior year. Students must maintain at least a 2.00 grade point
average in the minor, and none of its course requirements may be evaluated
S” or “U.” In addition, no courses counted toward the major may be
counted toward a minor unless specifically exempted from this exclusion.
Exemptions appear in the descriptions of majors found in the Curriculum
section of this catalog.
A student who elects to pursue a minor is encouraged to spread his
or her elective courses over the remaining disciplines in order to gain the
benefits of a broad liberal arts education.
Classics (classical civilization and Latin)
English (literature and writing)
Spanish for the Workplace
Gender and Women Studies
Latin American Studies
Urban Environmental Studies