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  • Africana Studies

  • Religious Studies

    Critically and thoughtfully engage with religion throughout history and in the world today with a Minor in Philosophy and Religious Studies. Given religion’s traditional and ongoing power to shape individuals and societies, religious literacy is imperative to responding to the diverse religious perspectives and phenomena that impact local and global contexts, both past and present.

  • Race and Ethnic Studies

    As our societies become more diverse and globally connected, it is imperative that we develop cultural competency as we move forward. With a minor in Race and Ethnic Studies, you will become a global citizen through the interdisciplinary studies of the history, culture, geography, politics, sociology, and economics of Africans, African Americans, Asians, Native Americans, Latin Americans, and Muslim populations in the Middle East.

  • Public History

    Learn how to apply history to real-world scenarios with a Minor in Public History. You will conduct field work, research, and projects while developing the essential skills needed for a career as a public historian.

  • Philosophy and Religious Studies

    Explore philosophical questions, belief systems, and societal structures throughout history with a Philosophy and Religious Studies minor.

  • Philosophy

    Tackle life’s biggest questions as a Philosophy minor. Philosophy and the liberal arts not only provide an inquiry into every dimension of human life, but they teach techniques that can be applied to problems in any field or endeavor.

  • Geography

    The Minor in Geography provides a solid grounding in physical and cultural geography, mapping, and geographic information systems.

  • History

    The History minor provides a broad overview of the past and assists students in honing their critical-thinking, reading, and writing skills. You may take coursework in political, cultural, social, and military history in the areas of the United States, Europe, and the non-Western World.

  • Geographic Information Systems

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a widespread technology that helps you with everyday navigational tasks and encompasses the broader science of managing, analyzing, and mapping geographic data. A minor in GIS provides a computational skill set complementary to many major fields of study.

  • Anthropology

    The anthropology minor provides students with a broad background in anthropology, the comprehensive scientific study of people and their societies, past and present around the world. Students take coursework in cultural anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology.