Approved Transcripted Minors

DEPARTMENTREQUIREMENTS
American Studies
  • Plan I - 9 hrs. of 500-level seminars
  • Plan II - 12 hrs. of 500-level seminars
  • American Studies 500 cannot be applied, maximum of 3 hrs. of "problems" courses
Art Education12 credits required: ARTE 500, 585, 590, plus one ARTE 500-level elective
Biology - Integrated Biology
(PhD only)
  • BIOL 520 (3 credits; also offered as ANTH 620, CS 520, ECE 620, STAT 520)
  • BIOL 503 (3 credits; also offered as ANTH 560, CS 591, STAT 579, MATH 579)
  • BIOL 524 (3 credits; also offered as ANTH 624, CS 524, ECE 524, STAT 524)
  • In addition, students must satisfactorily complete a post-doctoral preparatory course (1 credit;currently offered as BIOL 502), a scientific ethics course/seminar taught or approved by PiBBs, along with two additional integrated courses in biology or, for biology students, two additional integrated courses outside of biology to demonstrate depth in a secondary discipline
Communication & JournalismPlan II only. 12 hrs. COM 500 required; a maximum of 3 hrs. of COM 551/552
EnglishPlan II only. 15 hrs. English 500 plus 12 hrs. 500/600 level courses selected under advisement of Graduate Director
Foreign Languages & Literatures18 hrs. as follows (Compared Literature only):
  • 3 hrs. COMP 500
  • 15 hrs. in the following course areas - comparative literature, cultural studies, or classics
Mathematics & StatisticsFor the graduate minor in Mathematics or Statistics, the M.S. or Ph.D. student must complete at least 12 credit hours of graduate coursework in mathematics or statistics approved by both the student’s major department and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. For Ph.D. students, this minor may consist of more than 25% of coursework required for the degree. Substitutions may be considered with consultation with the Graduate Committee in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Museum Studies
  • 6 hrs: Museum Studies 507, Museum Studies 585
  • 3 hrs: Museum Studies 529
  • 6 hrs. internship: Museum Studies 586
Philosophy
  • Plan I - 9 hrs. 3 must be seminar
  • Plan II - 12 hrs. 6 must be seminar; A limit of 3 hrs. independent study for I or II

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Educational Leadership
School Leadership toward Administrative Licensure (SLED)LEAD 501, 503, 521, 560, and 561
Instructional Leadership (ILED)LEAD 501, 503, 509, 510, and 519
Leadership for Organizational and Community Learning (LCOL)LEAD 503, 505, 509, 517, and 529
Individual Family & Community Education
Family Studies12 hrs, 6 hrs. from FS 502, 517, 543, or 564; remaining 6 hrs. chosen with advisor
Educational Psychology (PhD only)
Cognitive and Psychological Processes in Education (CPPE)EPDY 503, 510, 610, 613 +12 credits electives
Quantitative Methods in Education (QMED)EPDY 505, 511, 574, 603, 604 or 606 +9 credits electives
Language Literacy & Sociocultural Studies
Literacy
  • To focus on elementary language arts, students are required to take the following: LLSS 532, 537L, 567, and one course from the following: LLSS 514, 541, 534.
  • To focus on middle school/secondary language arts, students are required to take the following: LLSS 522, 527, 528, and one course from the following: EMLS 551, LLSS 538, 559, 558

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Music
Arts Management15 credits: FA *450, *365, *465, *495 plus one additional course from: FA *375, *395, *475, or *495

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Nursing (Master's only)

The minor in Nursing consists of 12 credits in non-clinical nursing courses, at least 6 credits of which must be core courses. Students may select the remaining 6 credits of non-clinical nursing courses with the approval of a College of Nursing faculty advisor.

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Nanoscience & Microsystems

Core courses required by NSMS Ph.D.: 510, 512, 518, 519, 550

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Public Heath
(Available to Master's and Doctoral students enrolled in departments of: Anthropology, C & J, Sociology, Psychology, School of Law, Nursing, Pharmacy, CRP, Water Resources, Nutrition, Education, Latin American Studies)
15 hrs. as follows:
  • 6 hrs. required core PH501, PH502
  • 3 hrs. from PH505, PH506, PH507, PH510 or PH522
  • 6 hrs. electives in MPH courses

DEPARTMENTREQUIREMENTS
Community & Regional Planning12 hrs. as follows:
  • 6 hrs. Foundation courses: CRP531 and CRP532 OR CRP533
  • 3 hrs. CRP Methods course (consult advisor)
  • 3 hrs. elective in community development (consult advisor)

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Chemical Engineering (PhD only)CHNE 521, 525, 542 or 561

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Public Administration8 PA core courses: 500, 521, 525, 527, 544, 546, 596, 597