Advising Handbook - Minors

 

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  • Most minors consist of at least 20 credit hours with a C- or better in each course and a 2.00 grade point average in courses that the minor department or program approves.
  • Courses taken Pass/Fail may not be used for a minor,
  • No more than 8 credit hours may be used by a student to satisfy both major and minor requirements.
  • Students may take more than one minor.
  • All minor courses (outside of the major departments) can be used to fulfill Discovery Program Requirements.
  • Students should talk with the coordinator or the contact person in the minor department or program before taking classes for the minor.
  • At the discretion of the minor coordinator transfer credits may be used to satisfy minor requirements, but no more than 8 credits (or 2 of 5 classes) should be transfer credits.

Adolescent and Youth Development

Africana and African American Studies

Agribusiness

American Studies

Animal Behavior

Animal Science

Anthropology

Applied Mathematics

Architectural Studies

Art

Art History

Asian Studies

Biochemistry, Molecular & Cellular Biology

Bioengineering (CEPS) Courses used to satisfy the minor must be approved by the major advisor and the minor department.  Students must take a minimum of five courses.  Contact Russell Carr, Kingsbury W307, 2-1429, che.dept@unh.edu.

Biology

Biomedical Science         

Business Administration

Canadian Studies (LA) Students take 4 courses/16 credits of coursework or a combination of coursework and study abroad, and 1 course/4 credits of independent study. Contact Prof. Sue Siggelakis, 2-1780.

Chemical Engineering (CEPS) Courses used to satisfy the minor must be approved by the major advisor and the minor department.  Students must take a minimum of five courses.  Contact Russell Carr, Kingsbury W307, 2-1429, che.dept@unh.edu.

Chemistry (CEPS) Courses planned to satisfy a minor should be reviewed and approved by the student's major advisor and the chemistry undergraduate coordinator.  Students take a minimum of five lecture courses with a CHEM designation.  The undergraduate coordinator is Prof. Gary Weisman, Parsons W221, 2-2304, gary.weisman@unh.edu        

Child Life

Cinema Studies

Classics

Coaching Minor

Computer Science

Communication

Community Planning

Dairy Management

Dance

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Studies

Disabilities

Earth Sciences

Economics

Education

Electrical and Computer Engineering

English

English Writing

Environmental Conservation and Sustainability

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Horticulture

Environmental and Resource Economics

European Cultural Studies

Equine Studies

Forensics

Forestry

French

French Studies

Genetics

Geography

GeoSpatial Analysis

German

Greek

Green Real Estate

Health Management

History

History and Philosophy of Science

Hospitality Management

Human Development and Family Studies

Humanities

Information Technology

Italian Studies

Justice Studies

Kinesiology 

Latin

Latin American Studies

Linguistics

Marine Biology

Materials Science

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Middle Eastern Studies

Music

Nutrition

Ocean Engineering

Oceanography

Philosophy

Physics

Plant Biology

Political Science

Psychology

Public Health

Queer Studies

Race, Culture and Power

Religious Studies

Russian

Russian Studies

Social Work

Sociology

Spanish

Statistics

Studio Art

Sustainable Living

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Theatre

Water Resources Management

Wetland Ecology

Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Women's Studies

Zoology