Undergraduate Minors & Certificates
Students are encouraged to supplement their undergraduate education with a minor in the social sciences. Earning a minor in the social sciences can open doors to new and exciting career options.
|Asian Studies||International Studies|
|Economics||Department of Economics|
|Environmental Studies||Department of Geography|
|Geography||Department of Geography|
|International Studies||International Studies|
|Law and Society||Interdisciplinary|
|Political Science||Department of Political Science|
|Public Administration||School of Public Administration and Policy|
|Russian and East European Studies||International Studies|
|Sociology||Department of Sociology|
|Urban and Regional Planning||Department of Urban and Regional Planning|
Students may choose to take certain coursework intended to provide a greater degree of specialization in a chosen area. Specialized studies may be related to the student's major, but that is not required.
To learn more about certificates, talk with an advisor or program coordinator.