Undergraduate Programs

Minors for Stamps Students

The Stamps School recognizes all the minors offered by the College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA); the College of Engineering’s Multidisciplinary Design minor; the School of Social Work’s Community Action and Social Change minor; and the Minor in Entrepreneurship.

In most cases, a minor requires the completion of 16-18 credits (5-6 courses). Each minor has its own structure of prerequisites, requirements and elective choices.

Information about LSA minors, including a current list of minors

Information about the Multidisciplinary Design minor

Information about the Community Action and Social Change minor

Information about the Minor in Entrepreneurship

Steps in Pursuing a Minor
  • Discuss the minor with an advisor from the relevant discipline (school or college, department, office) and with an advisor from the Smucker • Wagstaff Academic Programs Center.
  • Establish the program of study for the minor with the advisor from the relevant discipline.
  • Declare the minor by completing the Minor Declaration form. Submit a copy of this form to the Smucker • Wagstaff Academic Programs Center.
  • Complete the coursework as outlined in the program of study for the minor.
  • One semester before graduation, submit the Minor Release form to the Smucker • Wagstaff Academic Programs Center. Students who fail to submit risk losing the minor when they graduate.