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  • Spanish Language

  • Global Service, Leadership, and Development

  • Spanish for Business

    Becoming fluent in Spanish is a marketable skill that is very valuable in today’s global business landscape. As a Spanish minor, you will learn to speak, listen, read, and write in the language while focusing on applying your skill set to professional business scenarios.

  • Sports Communication

    Is your dream job to work in the dynamic and fast-paced world of professional sports? A minor in Sports Communication can help you get there. Learn the ins and outs of the business while developing skills in journalism, public relations, writing, broadcasting, and more that will help you break into the industry and kickstart an exciting career.

  • Theatre

    Pursue your passion for theatre by adding this minor to your major program of study. Learn from our Broadway-seasoned faculty while you immerse yourself in the storied history of the stage, refining your acting and stage production skills along the way.

  • Africana Studies

  • Screen Studies

    If you’re passionate about all things movies and television, pursue a minor in Screen Studies to dive deep into the history and cultural impact of the medium.

  • Social Justice

  • Sociology

    A minor in Sociology will help you understand how the social world is organized, as well as the connections between individuals and society. Students who minor in sociology can study social inequalities, social institutions, global issues, research methods, and social theory.

  • Spanish

    Spanish minors can become fluent in the language while developing a skill set that will set them apart in the professional world. By learning to speak, listen, read, and write in Spanish, you will open new doors in your career and around the world.