Minors in Strategic Studies and Military Science

The military science program offers two minors, one in strategic studies and one in military science.

Minor in Strategic Studies. The minor in strategic studies consists of ROTC:301, ROTC:401 and one course from each of the following three areas:

Ethics: RELI:107 Faiths and Values, PHIL:122 Resolving Moral Conflicts and PHIL:225 Just War Theory

U.S. Policy: POLI:331 American Foreign Policy, POLI:333/SOCI:333 Development, Globalization and Society, and ECON:341 Economic Policy

Geography: PSYC:350 Psychology, Culture and Ethnicity

None of the courses in the strategic studies minor may be applied to the student's major.

Minor in Military Science. The minor in military science consists of ROTC:301, ROTC:302, ROTC:401, ROTC:402 and one course from each of the following two areas:

Human Interactions: PSYC:230 Social Psychology, PSYC:340 Cognitive Psychology and PSYC:350 Psychology, Culture and Ethnicity.

Ethics: RELI:107 Faiths and Values, PHIL:122 Resolving Moral Conflicts and PHIL:225 Just War Theory

None of the courses in the military science minor may be applied to the student's major.