Minors

Humanities and Social Sciences

Art - 18 hours

18 hours AR courses

Catholic Studies - 18 hours

9 hours from:
CA 2301 Introduction to Catholic Studies
CA 3301 Catholicism in History I
CA 3302 Catholicism in History II
CA 4301 Capstone Seminar in Catholic Studies
9 hours Interdisciplinary electives in each of the following:
Studies in Catholic Identity and Narrative, Catholic Symbols and Rituals, or Catholic Ethos

Counseling and Human Services - 18 hours

18 hours in CN courses

Criminal Justice - 18 hours

6 hours from:
CJ 2300 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 2304 Criminal Justice Administration
Plus 12 advanced hours CJ 3XXX, 4XXX

Criminology - 18 hours

6 hours from:
CR 1311 Introductory Sociology
CR 3325 Criminology
Plus 12 hours CR from the following:
CR 3303 International Justice Systems
CR 3305 Law and Society
CR 3310 Corrections in the Community
CR 3313 Correctional Institutions
CR 3314 Substance Abuse
CR 3320 Social Stratification
CR 3323 Victimology
CR 3324 Juvenile Delinquency
CR 4301 Legal Topics in Criminal Justice
CR 4302 Senior Seminar in CJ & CR
CR 4303 CR 4303 Internship in CJ/CR
CR 4305 Special Topics in CJ/CR

Drama - 18 hours

18 hours DM courses

Economics - 21 hours

15 hours from:
EC 2301 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory
EC 2303 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
EC 3310 International Economics
EC 3346 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
EC 3347 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Plus 6 advanced hours from EC 3XXX, 4XXX

English - 18 hours

3 hours from:
EN 3350 Introduction to Literary Theory
Plus 15 advanced hours EN 3XXX, 4XXX, 5XXX

English Communication Arts - 18 hours

3 hours from:
EA 3351 Topics in Communication Theory
EA 3352 Survey of Communication
EA 3353 Survey of Mass Communication
EA 4369 Media Law and Ethics
9 hours from Group A:
EA 3321 Print Journalism
EA 3322 Electronic Journalism
EA 3323 Advanced News Writing
EA 3331 Free-Lance Writing
EA 3333 Corporate Communications
EA 3341 Publication Writing
EA 3342 Technical Writing
EA 4321 American Cinema-Drama
EA 4330 New Technologies in Communication
EA 4360 Introduction to Media
EA 4361 Radio Production
EA 4362 Graphics
EA 4363 Video Production
EA 4364 Basic Photography
EA 4367 Public Relations
EA 4368 Issues in International Communication
6 hours from:
SE 3321 Interpersonal Communication
SE 3351 Topics in Communication Theory
SE 3391 Argumentation and Debate
SE 4321 Intercultural Communication
SE 4351 Persuasion & Advocacy
EN 3321 Persuasive Writing
EN 3371 Contemporary Literary Criticism
EN 4310 American Romanticism: Origins & Dev
EN 5325 Classic Literature of the Western World
EN 5328 Mexican and Other Latin American Lit
EN 5340 Literature of Peace & War
MK 3310 Principles of Marketing
MK 3330 Consumer Behavior
HR 3370 Human Resources Management

Speech - 18 hours

9 hours from:
SE 1341 Fundamentals of Oral Communication
SE 1351 Introduction to Speech Communication
SE 2321 Advanced Public Speaking
Plus 9 advanced hours SE 3XXX, 4XXX, 5XXX

Exercise and Sport Sciences - 18 hours

18 hours from:
EX 1302 Foundations of Exercise & Sport Science
EX 3302 Prev. & Care of Activity-Related Injures
EX 3304 Biomechanics of Human Movement
EX 3376 Human Anatomy & Phys. of Exercise
EX 4301 Wellness
ES 4310 Internship Recreation & Fitness Mgmt

History - 18 hours

12 hours from:
HS 1301 Historical Analysis: The US to 1877
HS 1302 Historical Analysis: The US since 1877
HS 1303 Historical Analysis: Intro to Latin America
HS 1351 World Civilization to 1650
HS 1352 World Civilization since 1650
Plus 6 advanced hours HS 3XXX, 4XXX

International Relations - 21 hours

3 hours from:
EC 2301 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory
EC 2303 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
3 hours from:
HS 1352 World Civilization since 1650
HS 1303Introduction to Latin America
3 hours from:
PO 1314 Understanding Global Politics
12 advanced hours from EC, HS, IB, IR, or PO 3XXX, 4XXX, 5XXX
Plus 3 hours from:
FR 2312 Second Year French II
GR 2312 Second Year French II
JP 2312 Second Year French II
PR 2312 Second Year French II
PR 2317 Portuguese for Spanish Speakers II
SP 2312 Second Year French II

Latin American and US Latinos Studies - 18 hours

9 hours from:
AN 3302 Ancient Civilizations of the Americas
HS 3341 US Latino History
HS 4302 Colonial Latin America
9 hours from 3 of the following:
Economics: EC 3315
English: EN 5328, 5333
History: HS 3340, 3375, 4306, 4324, 4375, 4322;
Philosophy: PL 3368;
Political Science: PO 3312, 3320, 3330, 3363, 4368;
Psychology: PS 4363
Sociology: SC/CJ 3320, SC/AN/CJ/CR 3371;
Portuguese/Spanish: PR 3311, 3341; SP 3312, 3322, 3325, 3327, 3329, 3341, 3342, 3343, 3345, 3353, 3381, 3388, 4351;

Military Science - 21 hours

21 hours from:
MS 1101 Fundamentals of Leadership & Mgmt
MS 1102 Fundamentals of Leadership & Mgmt
MS 2201 Self/Team Development
MS 2202 Applied Leadership & Management
MS 3301 Advanced Leadership & Management
MS 3302 Advanced Leadership & Management
MS 4301 Seminar in Leadership & Management
MS 4302 Seminar in Leadership & Management
Plus 3 hours in:
MS 3348 (HS 3348) History of World War II
MS 3355 (HS 3355) US Military History

Music - 23 hours

16 hours from:
MU 1321 Basic Musicianship
MU 1322 Basic Musicianship
MU 1121 Aural Skills
MU 1122 Aural Skills
MU 2230 The Living Symphony
MU 2331 Music History: Medieval-Classical
MU 3332 Beethoven to the 21st Century
Plus 7 hours in applied music
Ensemble required every semester

Philosophy - 18 hours

PL 2310 plus 3 hours from:
PL 3360 Ancient Philosophy
PL 3361 Medieval Philosophy
PL 3362 Early Modern Philosophy
PL 3363 Late Modern Philosophy
PL 3364 Contemporary Philosophy
Plus 6 advanced PL hours 3XXX, 4XXX

Political Science - 18 hours

6 hours from:
PO 1311 American National Government
PO 1312 Texas State & Local Government
PO 1314 Understanding Global Politics
Plus 12 advanced PO hours 3XXX, 4XXX, 5XXX

Public Careers (Political Science Majors) - 21 hours

3 hours from:
SC 1311 Introduction to Sociology
EC 2301 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
EC 2303 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory
Plus 12 hours from:
SC 3361 Urban Sociology
SC 3362 Demography and Ecology
SC 3381 Introductory Statistics
EC 3340 Public Sector Economics
Plus 6 advanced SC or EC (33XX, 43XX, 53XX)

Public Careers (Non-Political Science Majors) - 21 hours

21 hours: PO 3321, 5300
Plus 9 hours from:
PO 2310 Political Research Methodology
PO 3302 The Legislative Process
PO 3310 Topics in Political Behavior
PO 3323 Urban Politics
PO 3344 American Political Thought
PO 4333 Constitutional Law II
Plus 6 hours from:
EC 3302 World Economic Geography
EC 3340 Public Sector Economics
EC 3355 Econ. of Natural Resources & Environment
SC 3321 Social Issues
SC 3361 Urban Sociology

International Public Careers (Political Science Majors) - 21 hours

3 hours from:
SC 1311 Introduction to Sociology
EC 2301 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
EC 2303 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory
Plus EC 3310 (IB 3310), EC 3302, IB 3321, IB 4358
Plus 6 hours from:
HS 4302 Colonial Latin America
HS 4306 Modern Latin America
HS 4322 Spanish/Mexican/US Borderlands
HS 4324 Modern Mexico
HS 5314 Contemporary Europe
HS 5324 Russia: The Soviet Period and After

International Public Careers (Non-Political Science Majors) - 21 hours

21 hours: PO 3321, 5300
Plus 9 hours from:
PO 2310 Political Research Methodology
PO 3330 Topics in Law
PO 3343 20th Century Political Thought
PO 3362 European Politics
PO 3363 Latin American Politics
PO 4368 Politics of International Political Economy
PO 4369 Politics of World Security Policies
PO 4370 US Foreign Policy
PO 3360 Topics in International/Comparative Politics
Plus 6 hours from:
EC 3302 World Economic Geography
EC 3310 International Economics
HS 4302 Colonial Latin America
HS 4306 Modern Latin America
HS 4322 Spanish/Mexican/US Borderlands
HS 4324 Modern Mexico
HS 5314 Contemporary Europe
HS 5324 Russia: The Soviet Period and After

Portuguese - 18 hours

Portuguese Background:
18 advanced hours PR 3XXX, 4XXX
Non-Portuguese Background:
6 hours from one of the following:
PR 2311 and 2312 Second Year Portuguese I & II
PR 2317 and 2381 Portuguese for Spanish Speakers I & II
PR 3000 level to cover the required PR 2000 level classes
Plus 12 advanced hours PR 3XXX, 4XXX

Psychology - 18 hours

18 hours PS courses

Sociology - 18 hours

3 hours from:
SC 1311 Introductory Sociology
6 hours from:
SC 2331 Cultural Anthropology
SC 3351 Social Psychology
SC 4383 Sociological Research
SC 4384 Sociological Theory
Plus 9 hours in advanced SC 3XXX, 4XXX

Spanish - 18 hours

Non-Spanish Speaking Background
6 hours from:
SP 2311 Second Year Spanish I
SP 2312 Second Year Spanish II
12 advanced hours SP 3XXX, 4XXX
Spanish Speaking Background
18 advanced hours SP 3XXX, 4XXX

Theology - 24 hours

24 hours from:
SMC 1314 Foundations of Reflection: God
TH 3301 Major Old Testament Themes
TH 3302 Major New Testament Themes
TH 3330 Christ and the Christian God
TH 3332 The Catholic Church & Christian Comm
TH 3350 Contemporary Catholic Moral Life
TH 3352 Catholic Social Ethics
TH 3356 Marriage and Family Today

Women's Studies - 18 hours

3 hours Philosophy/Theology:
WN 4336/PL 4336
WN 3356/TH 3356
Or WN 3300 as approved by Coordinator
9 hours Social Science:
WN 3352/HS 3352
WN 3316/PO 3316
WN 3337/PS 3337
WN 3343/SC 3343/AN 3343/CR 3343
WN 3310/AN 3311
WN 3320/AN 3320/CR 3320/CJ 3320
Or 3 hours from WN 3301 for AN, CJ, CR, EC, HS, IR, PO, PS, SC, as approved by Coordinator
6 hours English/Speech Communication:
WN 5330/EN 5330
WN 3333/EN 3333W
WN 3300/EN 3300
WN 3391/EN 3391
WN 4312/EN 4312
WN 4390W/EN 4390W
Or 3 hours WN 3302 for EA, EN, SE as approved by Coordinator



School of Science, Engineering and Technology

Biology - 20 hours

8 hours from:
BL 1401 General Biology I
BL 1402 General Biology II
Plus 12 advanced hours BL 3XXX, 4XXX

Chemistry - 20 hours

8 hours form:
CH 1401 General Chemistry I
CH 1402 General Chemistry II
4 hours from:
CH 3423 Analytical Chemistry
CH 3424 Instrumental Analysis
Plus 8 hours from:
CH 3411 Organic Chemistry I
CH 3412 Organic Chemistry II
CH 3433 Physical Chemistry I
CH 3434 Physical Chemistry II

Computer Science - 20 hours

17 hours from:
CS 1410 Programming I
CS 1411 Programming II
CS 2313 Object Oriented Programming I
CS 2315 Algorithms
CS 3340 software Engineering
Plus 3 advanced hours CS 3XXX, 4XXX

Math - 17 hours

8 hours from:
MT 2412 Univariate Calculus I
MT 2413 Univariate Calculus II
Plus 9 advanced hours MT 3XXX, 4XXX

Physics - 18 hours

12 hours from:
PY 1404 General Physics I
PY 2404 General Physics II
PY 3101 Atomic Physics Lab
PY 3301 Atomic Physics
Plus 6 advanced hours PY 3XXX, 4XXX


Bill Greehey School of Business

Business Administration - 24 hours

21 hours from:
AC 2310 Introduction to Accounting I
AC 2320 Introduction to Accounting II
BA 3351 Legal Environment of Business
EC 2303 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
FN 3310 Corporate Finance
BA 3325 Managing People & Organizations
MK 3310 Principles of Marketing
Plus 3 hours from:
QM 3320 Business Statistics
EG 3322 Industrial Statistics
MT 4332 Probability and Statistics II
PS 3385 Multivariate Statistics