Comparative Cultural Studies minors
Enrich your degree with a minor
Comparative Cultural Studies minors complement many degree programs through courses which provide deep cultural context for understanding our world while developing critical thinking and analysis skills and gaining hands on experience through internships, study abroad, and project-based learning. CCS minors are available to our majors and those pursuing degrees in other departments, including but not limited to environmental sciences, business, engineering, computer information systems, and many more. Many CCS majors choose multiple minors to enhance their marketability after graduation, such as Museum Studies, Arts and Cultural Management*, and Humanities. Considering a minor but not sure which to choose? Contact Dr. Becky Pratt-Sturges to discuss how to maximize your degree for the career you want through a minor.
*Arts and Cultural Management is no longer accepting students.
All minors require 18 credits of coursework.