College of Arts and Letters - Gulf Coast - Minors

  • English:

Requirements for a Minor in English
An undergraduate minor in English requires a total of 18 hours at the 300- or 400-level.

 

  • History:

Requirements for a Minor in History
The student minoring in history must take 21 hours in history, which may include HIS 101 and 102. A minimum grade of C is required in each history course.

 

  • Entertainment Industry/Film:

Film Minor Emphasis (Gulf Park campus only)
The following 12 hours are required: FLM 351, 371, 370 and 479. The remaining six hours of FLM courses must be at  the 300-level or higher. (Note: Students who choose FLM 471 must also take FLM 485.)

 

  • Politicial Science:

Requirements for a Minor in Political Science
Students minoring in political science must complete PS 101, PS 201 and 12 additional hours with at least one course from two of the four areas of political science.

 

  • Religion:

Requirements for a Minor in Religion

A minor in religion requires 18 semester hours, including REL 131 (Comparative Religion), PHI 372 (Philosophy of Religion), three semester hours of course work in an Eastern religious tradition and three semester hours of course work in a Western religious tradition.

 

  • Spanish:

Requirements for Minor in Spanish
An undergraduate minor in Spanish requires a minimum total of 18 hours of study, with at least six (6) hours at the 300/400 level. SPA 361 cannot be applied toward the minor.

 

  • Women's Studies:

Requirements for a Minor in Women’s Studies
The minor in women’s studies requires 18 hours. All students must complete Women’s Studies 301: Introduction to Women’s Studies. The remaining hours must be distributed among at least three disciplines. The following are approved for women’s studies credit in every semester in which they are taught:   
   
ANT 452..................................................................................Language, Gender and Culture
CJ 463 (cross listed as WS 427).............................................................................Family Law
CJ 464 (cross listed as WS 428).......................................................................Family Violence
ENG 468 (cross listed as WS 403).......................................................... British Women Writers
ENG 478 (cross listed as WS 402)...................................................... American Women Writers
*NSG 336.....................................................Nursing Care of Childbearing Women and Families
*NSG 336L...................................... Nursing Care of Childbearing Women & Families Laboratory
HIS 329 (cross listed as WS 329).........................................Women in Modern European History
HIS 328 (cross listed as WS 310)................................................ Ancient and Medieval Women
HIS 477 (cross listed as WS 410)................................................... Women in American Society
PS 405 (cross listed as WS 420)................................................................ Women and Politics
SCM 475 ................................................................. Gender Issues in Speech Communication
SOC 415 (cross listed as WS 425)..............................................................Sociology of Gender
WS 401.............................................................................................. African Women Writers
WS 450 .................................................................................... Seminar in Women’s Studies
WS 490 ....................................................................... Directed Research in Women’s Studies
   
*These courses are open only to students enrolled in nursing degree programs. Special topics courses in various  disciplines will be approved for credit on a semester-by-semester basis, and more regular courses will be added as they are developed. Students should be advised by the program director each semester.

Note: Minor information taken from 2011-2012 bulletin