The History minor consists of 18 hours in history courses numbered 200 and above, including HIST 211, 212, and at least one course in non-American history.
Human Rights & Public Service
The Human Rights and Public Service minor should help Political Science majors and minors, along with other students interested in service learning, to prepare for graduate studies or careers in the fields of human rights, political science or international relations. It may also be of interest to students who are simply interested in expanding their citizenship skills though civic action.
The Human Services minor introduces students to social welfare systems, human behavior and the social environment, and helping systems.
A Political Science minor consists of POS 200, 250, 455 and 475, GEOG 231, and six additional elective hours in the subject.
The Pre-Law minor consists of 18 hours of required and elective interdisciplinary courses. The courses that qualify for the minor have been selected in order to introduce undergraduate students to subjects that are required in law school and that are tested on the Alabama Bar Examination, and to develop appropriate skills for subsequent legal education and research.
A Psychology minor consists of PSYC 201 and 15 additional hours of psychology electives.
The Sociology minor consists of SOC 230 and at least 15 additional hours in sociology.