Sometimes it’s hard to decide on a major. You’re interested in more than one field, but double majoring isn’t for you.

Declaring a minor gives you more opportunity to broaden your horizons—and it’s something you can add to your résumé after you graduate.

Take a look at the minors list below to see your options. Sometimes, several classes needed for a minor will already be part of your major requirements. In cases like that, you could only need another 9 credits (usually 3 more classes) to complete a minor.

Students should consult course prerequisites to determine how to fit minor requirements into the course sequence of their chosen major. There must be 9 distinct credits between the major and the minor.

Biblical Languages