Customize your bachelor’s degree with an undergraduate minor
Mount Ida bachelor’s degrees stand out for their combination of practical career preparation with well-rounded academics. You can enhance this effect by choosing an undergraduate minor, gaining a secondary area of focus alongside your academic major.
Though not required to complete your bachelor’s degree, a minor can deepen the knowledge, skills and first-hand experience you acquire in your academic major. Adding a minor can bolster your resume as you enter the job market. Above all, an undergraduate minor represents a great learning opportunity—a chance to explore a second area of interest or passion alongside your bachelor’s degree major.
Completing a minor requires 18 to 21 credits in a subject that’s different from—but may be related to—your bachelor’s degree major. All-College Curriculum requirements and Open Electives can count toward a minor. You should work closely with your academic advisor to plan a course sequence that meets the requirements of both the major and the minor degree programs.
Use the list below to explore undergraduate minors at Mount Ida College.