Academic Minors at Susquehanna

The major-minor combination often allows students to combine a field of study chosen for its appeal to their special interests with a field chosen for its practicality. Such combinations often broaden possible career outcomes. A minor can also represent a particular skill that may give students a competitive edge in the job market, such as proficiency in a foreign language. Susquehanna offers more than 50 minors. Most consist of four to six courses, or 16 to 24 semester hours, of concentrated study in a specific field beyond the Central Curriculum requirement. Students who complete a minor will have it noted on their transcripts. If a student chooses an interdisciplinary minor, at least 16 semester hours of that minor must not be credited toward the student’s major. Unless explicitly noted otherwise, a student must earn a grade of at least C- in a course in order to have it satisfy the requirements for a minor.

School of Arts and Sciences

Actuarial Science

Advertising

Anthropology

Art History

Biochemistry

Biology

Broadcasting

Chemistry

Computer Science

Creative Writing

Dance

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Economics

Editing and Publishing

English

French

German

Greek

History

International Relations

Italian

Journalism

Mathematics

Music Performance

Music Technology

Music Theory/Literature

Philosophy

Photography

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Public Relations

Religion

Sociology

Spanish

Speech Communication

Studio Art

Theatre

Sigmund Weis School of Business

Accounting

Business

Economics

Information Systems

Professional Accounting

Interdisciplinary Minors

Asian Studies

Diversity Studies

Ecology

Film Studies

Health Care Studies

Human Resource Management

International Studies, focus areas in —

Asian Studies

Comparative Cultural Studies

Developing World Studies

Diplomacy

European Studies

International Trade and Development

Sustainable Development

Jewish Studies

Legal Studies

Women’s Studies