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College of Arts & Sciences

For a minor in Comparative Cultural Studies – International, Classical Studies, or any language (except Spanish), students must meet with an INTS advisor to declare a minor. Students interested in adding a Spanish minor must instead meet with an advisor in the Hispanic Studies Department.

To declare any Global Languages and Culturs minor students must meet with a GLAC advisor. In the case of Business, Anthropology, History, and Economics, students do not need to meet with an advisor from that department and may declare the minor by meeting with a GLAC advisor.

Language Minor Requirements

Arabic Studies – Students must have completed 101-201 of the language and be registered for ARAB 202 before declaring a minor. The minor must be declared before completing 90 credit hours.

Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Russian minors – Students must have completed 101-102 of their language and at least be registered for 201 before declaring a minor. The minor must be declared before completing 90 credit hours.

Comparative Cultural Studies International Minor Requirements

Minor must be declared before the student has completed 90 credit hours.

Classics Minor Requirements

Students must have completed either CLAS 101 and 102 (Classical Greek) or CLAS 121 and 122 (Latin). The minor must be declared before completing 90 credit hours.

International Experience Credits

A maximum of 6 hours from transferred abroad credits may count toward a language minor.

Double Counting Hours

A maximum of 6 hours from the major may double count with minor requirements.