Below is a listing of the minors and certificate programs available to undergraduate students at Catholic University. Click on the "learn more" link at the bottom of each section to connect to the school or department's website.

Ready to declare a minor? Visit the How to Declare a Minor page to get started. 


Anthropology

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Anthropology
Courses:
Any six approved ANTH courses
The Anthropology minor can be constructed around specific topics or themes, such as Archaeology, Culture and Communication, and Great Civilizations. See more examples here.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Anthropology.
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Architecture

School: Architecture and Planning
Courses:
ARPL 101
ARPL 211
ARPL 212
Three additional courses from the following list:
ARPL 102, 231, 311, 314, or others as approved by the minor advisor
Substitutions for the three elective courses may be approved by the minor advisor only. Students must complete ARPL 101, 211, and 212 prior to enrolling in any ARPL elective. 
Learn more about this minor from the School of Architecture and Planning.

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Art

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Art
Art History Minor:
ART 211
ART 212
ART 317 or 318
ART 319 or 320
ART 323, 324, 326, 331, or 332
One art history elective 
Studio Art Minor
ART 101 or 102
ART 201 or 202
ART 212
ART 332
Two additional courses in the following areas:
Painting, Sculpture, Digital arts, Ceramics
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Art.

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Biology

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Biology
Courses:
BIOL 105
BIOL 106
BIOL 207
Three electives from the following list:
BIOL 232, 233, 518, 549, 554, 559, 563, 565, 566, 574, 579, 580, 581, 583, 586, 589, 596, 598, 599
Substitutions must be approved by the Department of Biology.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Biology.

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Accounting

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 100
ACCT 205/305
ACCT 206/306
ACCT 310/410
ACCT 311/411
ACCT 412
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors:
ACCT 205/305 
ACCT 206/306
ACCT 309/409  
ACCT 310/410 
ACCT 311/411 
ACCT 412 
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Economics

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 101
ECON 102
ECON 223
ECON 241
ECON 242
One ECON elective
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors:
ECON 101 
ECON 102 
ECON 241
ECON 242
ECON 363
One approved ECON Elective (e.g., ECON 243/244)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Finance 

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 100
ECON 223
ACCT 205/305
FIN 226/MGT 226
FIN 332/MGT 332
FIN 334/MGT 334
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors:

ECON 223
FIN 226/MGT226
FIN 332/MGT332
FIN 334/MGT334
FIN 336/MGT336  
One Finance Elective (e.g. FIN 342, 389, 337)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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International Business

School: Business and Economics
Minors for non-business/economics majors
International Marketing emphasis
:
ECON 100
ACCT 205/305
MGT 223/323
MGT 390
MKT 345/MGT 345
MKT 362/MGT 362
International Finance emphasis
ECON 100
ECON 223
ACCT 205/305
MGT 223/323
MGT 390
FIN 226/MGT 226
FIN 389/MGT 389
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors
:

International Marketing emphasis
MGT 223/323 
FIN 226/MGT226 
MKT 362/MGT362 
FIN 389/MGT389     
MGT 390 
One International Business Elective (e.g.,  MGT381, MGT382)  
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Management

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 100
MGT 118
ACCT 205/305
MGT 310
MGT 223/323
One Management elective (e.g. MGT 240, 301, 311, 312, 324, 365, 372, 375, 390, 432, 475 or 491)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors:
MGT 118 
MGT223/323 
MGT 310 
MGT311
MGT 390  
One Management Elective (e.g. MGT 312, 324, 330, 331, 372, 375, 432, 491)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Marketing 

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 100
ACCT 205/305
MGT 223/323
MKT 345/MGT 345
MKT 348/MGT 348
MKT 457/MGT 457
Marketing Elective (e.g. MKT346, 349, 350, 362, or 491, formerly with MGT prefixes)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

Minor for business/economics majors:
MGT 223/323 
MKT 345/MGT345 
MKT 346/MGT346 
MKT 348/MGT348 
MKT 457/MGT457 
One Marketing Elective (e.g. MKT 349, 350, 362, or 491, formerly with MGT prefixes)
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Performing Arts Management

School: Business and Economics and Arts and Sciences
Courses:
ECON 100 – Fundamentals of Economics
ACCT 305 – Introductory Accounting
MGT 323 – Management Theory and Practice
MGT 345 – Marketing Management
MGT 375 – Business of Music & Drama
One additional from the following: DR 306, MUS 501A, MUS 506, MUS 533, MUS 575 
One internship course from the following: DR 495, MUS 495B
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Drama.

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Sports Management

School: Business and Economics
Minor for non-business/economics majors:
ECON 100
MGT 223/323
MGT 324
MKT 325/MGT 325
Two additional courses from the following list:
MGT 495B, MGT 326, ECON 327, PSY 243, SOC 345 
Learn more about this minor from the Busch School of Business and Economics.
Specialization for business/economics majors:
MGT 324
MKT 325/MGT 325
ECON 327
Two additional courses from the following list:
MGT 495B, MGT 326, PSY 243, SOC 345 
Learn more about this minor/specialization from the Busch School of Business and Economics.

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Chemistry

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Chemistry
Courses:
CHEM 103 or 113
CHEM 104 or 114
CHEM 203 or 213
CHEM 204 or 214
Two advanced courses from the following list:
CHEM 311, 351, 352, 501, 508, 518, 540
(or CHEM 395 with ENGR 395), 542, 571, 572, 596
A student may petition the department to substitute one advanced Chemistry course with undergraduate research (CHM 491 or 492).
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Chemistry

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Computer Science

School: Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Courses:
CSC 123
CSC 223
CSC 280
Three additional courses from the following list:
CSC 210, 212, 363, 370, 411, 442
At least two courses must be taken at or beyond the 300 level.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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Drama

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Drama
Courses:
DR 101
DR 104
DR 206
Two courses from the following list:
DR 201, 202, 305
One course from the following list:
DR 297, 312, 565
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Drama.

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Early Childhood Education

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Education
Courses:
EDUC 251
EDUC 261
EDUC 271
EDUC 342
Two courses from the following list:
EDUC 422, 311, 381, 313 
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Education.

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Education Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Education
Courses:
EDUC 251
EDUC 261
EDUC 271
Three elective courses
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Education.

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Elementary Education

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Education
Courses:
EDUC 251
EDUC 261
EDUC 271
EDUC 313
EDUC 301
EDUC 312
One elective course
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Education.

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Secondary Education

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Education
Courses:
EDUC 251
EDUC 271
EDUC 382
EDUC 386
EDUC 261 or 381
One elective course
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Education.

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English

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: English
Courses:
ENG 231
ENG 232
Four additional courses at or beyond the 300 level
(can include ENG 235 and 236)
Learn more about this minor from the Department of English

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Classical Civilization

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Greek and Latin
Courses:
Any six approved Classics courses
One or two Greek or Latin language classes beyond the 102 level may be subsituted.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Greek and Latin.

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Greek

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Greek and Latin
Courses:
GR 103
GR 104
Four additional courses in Greek beyond the 104 level
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Greek and Latin.

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Latin

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Greek and Latin
Courses:
LAT 103
LAT 104
Four additional courses in Latin beyond the 104 level
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Greek and Latin.

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History

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: History
Courses:
Two 200-level surveys
Four additional courses at the level of 300 or above
Two of these courses must address the period before 1800.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of History.

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Mathematics

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Mathematics
Courses:
MATH 248 or CSC 210
Two calculus courses
Three additional courses, at least two from the following list:
MATH 301, 321, 322, and any courses at or beyond the 400 level
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Mathematics.

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Media Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Media and Communication Studies
Courses:
MDIA 201
MDIA 202
Four additional MDIA courses
HSCT 101 and 102 may be subsituted for MDIA 201 and 202.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Media Studies.

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French and Francophone Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Modern Languages and Literatures
Courses:
FREN 203 or 209
FREN 204
One additional 200-level course
Three additional courses at or beyond the 300 level
A maximum of two courses may be taught in English.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

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German Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Modern Languages and Literatures
Courses:
GER 203
GER 204
Four additional courses at or beyond the 200 level
A maximum of two courses may be taught in English.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

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Hispanic Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Modern Languages and Literatures
Courses:
One of the following two-course sequences:
SPAN 203 and 204
SPAN 210 and 211
SPAN 207 and 208 
Four additional courses at or beyond the 200 level
A maximum of three courses at the 200 level can be counted toward the minor.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

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Italian Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Modern Languages and Literatures
Courses:
ITAL 203
ITAL 204
Four additional courses in language, literature, and culture
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

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Music with performance (non-majors only)

School: Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
Courses:
MUS 121
MUS 122
MUS 123
MUS 124
MUS 131
MUPI (applied secondary instruction)
Two MUS electives
Two performing organizations
This minor is available only to students who are not majors in the School of Music. An audition is required for the "with performance" minor. All students must take a Theory Evaluation test before enrolling in MUS 121-124.
Learn more about this minor from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.

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Music without performance (non-majors only)

School: Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
Courses:
MUS 121
MUS 122
MUS 123
MUS 124
MUS 131
MUS 183
MUS 184
Three MUS electives
This minor is available only to students who are not currently majors in the School of Music. No audition is required for the "without performance" minor. All students must take a Theory Evaluation test before enrolling in MUS 121-124.
Learn more about this minor from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.

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Composition (music majors only)

School: Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
Department: Music Composition
Courses:
MUPI (private instruction)
MUS 323 or 381
MUS 404
MUS 434
MUS 473
MUS 499B
This is minor is available to students who are pursuing a B.M. or B.A. in Music with a major in an area outside composition. Students must submit a portfolio of scores to the School of Music in order to be considered for admission to the Composition minor.
Learn more about this minor from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.

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Conducting (music majors only)

School: Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
Courses:
MUPI (private instruction)
MUS 503A
MUS 503B
This is minor is available to students who are pursuing a B.M. or B.A. in Music. Acceptance into the Conducting minor is based on performance in Basic Conducting in the second semester of the sophomore year.
Learn more about this minor from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.

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Piano (music majors only)

School: Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
Courses:
MUPI (private instruction)
MUS 153 (154) or MUS 155 (156)
Two Piano Literature electives
MUS 499C
This is minor is available to students who are pursuing a B.M. or B.A. in Music with a major in an area outside piano performance. Students must audition to be accepted into the Piano minor.
Learn more about this minor from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.

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Neuroscience

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
Each student will be required to take six classes in at least 2 departments.
One of the two following courses must be completed (only one may be counted toward the minor):
BIOL 105: Mechanisms of Life I
BIOL 232: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
At least one of the following two courses must be completed (both may be counted towards the minor):
PSY 304: Brain and Behavior
BE 421: Neural Control of Movement
Elective courses (3 or 4):
PSY 345: Clinical Neuroscience
PSY 371: Sensation & Perception
PSY 375: Psychology of Memory
PSY 376: Cognitive Psychology
PSY 385: Psychology of Brain Injury
PSY 446: Cognitive Disabilities
SSS 653: Attachment Theory and Neurobiology
BE 528: Rehabilitation Engineering
BE 581: Medical Imaging
CSC 530: Introduction to Data Analysis
CSC 551: Pattern Recognition
CSC 583: Geometry Processing in Computer Graphics and Vision
Students may do 3 units of Independent Study, Research, or Internship in a Neuroscience-related field (after approval) as an Elective course. The following course listings can be used: PSY 493 (because this is a one-credit option, it would be necessary for students to complete 3 semesters of PSY 493), PSY 495, ENGR 494.
Additional courses may be considered for elective credit – consult with a Neuroscience faculty advisor. 
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Psychology or the Department of Biomedical Engineering

Philosophy

School: Philosophy
Courses:
PHIL 201
PHIL 202
Two courses from the following list (Area I):
PHIL 301, 303, 309, 310, 311, 332, 333, 351, 403
Two courses from the following list (Area II):
PHIL 305, 308, 313, 315, 317, 328, 329, 331, 334
Learn more about this minor from the School of Philosophy.

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Physics

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Physics
Courses:
PHYS 215
PHYS 216
PHYS 507
Three additional PHYS courses (PHYS 225 and 226 may count together as one of these courses)
Students interested in a physics minor are encouraged to take the Honors sections of PHYS 215 and 216. However, this is not a requirement to obtain a minor in physics.
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Physics.

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Politics

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Politics
Politics Minor:
POL 111
POL 112
POL 211
One POL elective
Two additional POL courses at or beyond 212, in one of the following concentrations:
American
World
Theory
Politics Pre-Law Minor:
POL 111
POL 112
POL 211
POL 220
POL 323 or 324
Two additional courses from the following list: 
POL 323, 324, 402, 404, 415, 462, 510, 553, 578, 584, 585
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Politics.

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Intelligence Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Politics
Minor and Certificate in Intelligence Studies (interdisciplinary):
POL 260
POL 412A (or approved substitute)
POL 471
3 electives from approved list (see program director)
Additional requirement for non-Politics Majors: POL 111 or POL 112 or POL 212
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Politics.

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Psychology

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Psychology
Courses:
PSY 201
One course from three of the following four areas:
Experimental
Clinical
Developmental
Social/Personality
Two PSY electives
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Psychology.

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Social Work

School: National Catholic School of Social Service
Courses:
SSS 101
SSS 223
SSS 302
SSS 326
SSS 340
Learn more about this minor from the National Catholic School of Social Service.

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Sociology

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Sociology
Courses:
SOC 101 or SOC 102
SOC 202
SOC 352
Three SOC electives (can be used to concentrate in one of the three tracks)
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Sociology.

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Theology and Religious Studies

School: Theology and Religious Studies
Courses:
TRS 201
Five additional TRS courses at any level
Learn more about this minor from the School of Theology and Religious Studies.

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Asian Studies

Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
CHN 203
CHN 204
Four additional elective courses in at least two different disciplines, offered by at least two different departments
Students may elect to take a courses outside CUA for languages not currently offered at CUA (Japanese, Korean, etc.). At least one of the electives must be taken at CUA.
Learn more about this minor at asia.cua.edu.

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Global Migration Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Anthropology and Sociology
Courses:
One research methods course from the following list:
SOC 202, ANTH 201, SOC 301
Four elective courses from the following list:
ANTH 217, 355
SOC 361, 365
HIST 229, 360,
SPAN 310, 312, 313, 356
POL 501, 557A
TRS 330
Independent research (ANTH 493, SOC 493) or internship (ANTH 495, SOC 495)
A maximum of two elective courses may be taken in the same department, and a maximum of two courses may be taken in the student's major department. A maximum of two courses may be completed while studying abroad, as approved by the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology.
Learn more about this minor from Global Migration Studies.

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Interdisciplinary Minor

Students interested in creating their own minor must submit a written proposal to the Dean of Undergraduate Studies. The proposal should include a name for your minor, a list of courses, and your rationale for grouping these courses into a minor.
Courses:
Your proposal should include a list of six courses from two to three different departments.
Learn more about this minor from advising.cua.edu

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Islamic World Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
HIST 309
ANTH 310
Four elective courses from the following list:
ANTH 390
ARAB 103, 104
ART 341
HIST 309C, 311B
PHIL 334
POL 326, 327
SEM 241, 242, 247, 545, 546
SPAN 326, 360
TRS 395, 398
Learn more about this minor from the Islamic World Studies Program

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Latin American and Latino Studies

Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
Six courses from the list of LALS approved courses
Courses must be distributed among at least three different departments or schools. No more than two courses may overlap between the student's major and the LALS requirements.
Learn more about this minor from the Latin American and Latino Studies Program. 

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Medieval and Byzantine Studies

Department: Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies
Courses:
MDST 201
Three additional courses in each of the following distributions:
History and Social Structures
Thought and Worship
Cultural and Artistic Expressions
Two electives
All elective courses and distribution courses must be chosen from the list of approved courses. HSHU 102 may be subsituted for MDST 201 with the director's approval.
Learn more about this minor from the Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies.

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Peace and Justice Studies

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
POL 226
SOC 102 or 226
TRS 334 or 381
Three electives from one of the following tracks:
Peacemaking in Theory and Practice
Intergroup Conflict and Cooperation
World Conflict and Cooperation
See the list of approved electives for courses that fulfill the requirements for each of these tracks. Courses that are counted toward a student's major may not count toward the Peace and Justice Studies minor. Courses taken while studying abroad must be approved by the director.
Learn more about this minor from the Peace and Justice Studies Program.

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Sustainability

School: Architecture and Planning and Arts and Sciences
Courses:
One course in each of the following categories:
Ethics
Science and Technology
Social Sciences
Sustainable operations and practices
Two electives
See the list of approved courses for each of the four categories. Elective courses should be drawn from categories A and D of this list. An internship may be counted for credit in the Sustainable Operations and Practices category, with the advisor's approval.
Learn more about this minor from the School of Architecture and Planning.

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Rhetoric and Writing

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: English and Media and Communication Studies
Courses:
MDIA 301/ENG 430
Two advanced writing courses from the following list:
ENG 301 or 302 (not both)
ENG 326, 327
MDIA 330
Three electives from the following list:
PHIL 301, 313, 315
ENG 324, 419
MDIA 333, 335, 336, 339, 394, 419, 424, 430
Learn more about this minor from the Department of Media Studies.

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Digital Art and Design Certificate

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Art
Courses:
DAD 101/ART 231
One of the following core courses:
ART 232, 235, 315, 329, 383, 386
LSC 322/522
MDIA 302
ARPL 102
Four elective courses
Elective courses may be drawn from the list of core courses or from an approved list of digital production-based courses.
Learn more about this certificate from the Department of Art

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European Studies Certificate

Department: European Studies
Courses:
EURO 201
EURO 202 or 203
Four elective courses
Language proficiency at the 204 level in a modern European language other than English
Study abroad in European country
See the list of approved courses for elective classes. Courses not listed (including transfer credits and courses taken whily studying abroad) must be approved. Elective courses must be from at least two different departments, and a minimum of two courses must be from departments outside the student's major.  
Learn more about this certificate from the European Studies Program.

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Irish Studies Certificate

Department: Irish Studies
Courses:
IRSH 101
IRSH 102
IRSH 360/ENG 360
One of the following history classes:
IRSH 225A/HIST225A
IRSH 25B/HIST 225B
IRSH380/HIST 380
Four elective courses
Study abroad in Ireland
See the list of approved courses for elective classes. Courses not cross-listed with the Irish Studies designation (IRSH) must be approved. The elective courses must be from at least two different departments, and a minimum of two courses must be from departments outside the student's major.
Learn more about this certificate from the Irish Studies Program.

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Islamic World Studies Certificate

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
HIST 309
ANTH 310
Qualification in advanced intermmediate Arabic (either in ARAB 203-204 or by examination)
Four elective courses from the following list:
ANTH 390
ART 341
HIST 309C, 311B
PHIL 334
POL 326, 327
SPAN 326, 360
SEM 247, 545, 546
TRS 395, 398
Elective courses must be from at least two different departments, and a minimum of two courses must be from departments outside the student's major. 
Learn more about this certificate from the Islamic World Studies Program

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Latin American and Latino Studies Certificate

Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
Two core courses from the following list:
HIST 371B
POL 350
SPAN 301
Four elective courses
Language proficiency (SPAN 204 or 211)
See the list of approved courses for elective classes. Courses not listed must be approved. Language courses do not count as electives. Courses must be distributed among at least three different departments or schools. A minimum of two courses must be from departments outside the student's major. No more than two courses may overlap between the student's major and the LALS certificate requirements.
Learn more about this minor from the Latin American and Latino Studies Program

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Pastoral Ministry Certificate

School: Theology and Religious Studies
Courses:
TRS 201
TRS 355
One course from the following list:
TRS 357
TRS 358
TRS 359
TRS 453
TRS 495
This certificate program is available to students who are Theology majors or minors. An application, statement of purpose, and recommendation are required.
Learn more about this minor from the School of Theology and Religious Studies.

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Spanish for Healthcare Certificate

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Modern Languages and Literatures
Basic:
SPAN 107
SPAN 108
SPAN 207
SPAN 208
One additional course from the following list:
SPAN 277/577, 307, 308, 402, 495B
SSS 326, 570
PSY 384, 387
ANTH 355, 541/741
Health Studies Summer Program with IES Abroad 
Advanced:
Five courses from the following list:
SPAN 277/577, 307, 308, 402, 495B
SSS 326, 570
PSY 384, 387
ANTH 355, 541/751
Health Studies Summer Program with IES Abroad
Learn more about this minor from the Spanish for Healthcare Certificate Program

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Video Production and Digital Storytelling

School: Arts and Sciences
Department: Interdisciplinary
Courses:
MDIA 302
MDIA 312
One media narrative elective
Three production electives
Learn more about this certificate from the Video Production and Digital Storytelling Program.
See the list of approved courses for media narrative and production elective classes. Courses not listed must be approved. Because of potential overlap between the Digital Art and Design and the Digital Video certificate, students should choose one certificate. Courses must be taken in two or more departments, with no more than four courses from a single department. Course selection will be done in consultation with the video certificate advisor. 
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