Undergraduate Academic Minors

Goodwin University offers students pursuing a bachelor's degree an opportunity to choose a minor to serve as a secondary area of interest. Minors may extend a student's scope of study in a related field or balance their major through study in a completely different field.

Minors are 15 credits. Completion of a minor requires that a student earn a "C" (2.0) grade or better in each of the required courses for that minor. No more than 9 credits may be used to meet both major/general education/concentration and minor course requirements. Students can substitute up to six credits with permission of the Dean and Program Director. A maximum of 6 transfer credits may be applied toward the minor. A student may earn more than one minor.

To be considered for a minor, students entering their last semester must apply for a minor through the Registrar's Office when submitting their application for award of credential. After completion of requirements, the minor will be recorded on the student's final transcript.

Business minor in CT

Business Administration

Minor

Learn More

Environmental Health minor in CT

Environmental Health

Minor

Learn More

Psychology minor in CT

Psychology

Minor

Learn More

We're ready when you are.

Contact Us Today!

Goodwin University will never sell your personal information to a third party. By submitting your contact information, you give permission to Goodwin University to contact you by phone, email, mail, and text message.