Waynesburg University offers more than 20 academic concentrations for minors at the undergraduate level. A minor is a coordinated group of courses outside of one’s major that is completed while working toward a bachelor’s degree. These courses give students additional and detailed knowledge in a concentrated area or areas. Depending on the specific discipline, a student will need 18-24 credits to complete the minor. In some cases, these credits may also satisfy one’s major or general education requirements. A student may complete more than one minor.
No diploma is awarded for a minor, but it is noted on the transcript. Requirements for the minor(s) must be satisfied before or in conjunction with the baccalaureate degree conferral.
Anyone seeking a minor should inquire with the department chair for that discipline. To officially declare a minor, the student must complete the appropriate section of the Change of Major form.
For a complete list of our majors click here.
More information about our adult centers may be found with Graduate and Professional Studies