Interdisciplinary Minors and Concentrations

In addition to the required major and optional minor programs, the University also offers a number of interdisciplinary minors and concentrations as options to supplement and strengthen specific degree majors. These programs consist of approximately 18 to 39 credit hours of course work in which the student has attained at least a 2.0 (C) average. To qualify, students must complete all of the requirements of the related major as specified in this Bulletin. A completed minor or concentration is noted on the transcript. For further details about minors and concentrations, as well as recommended courses, students are advised to contact the coordinator/director or the chair of a department participating in the minor or concentration.

Interdisciplinary Minors and Concentrations

Catholic Studies

Concentration in Neuroscience

East Asian Studies


Leadership Development

Population and Public Health