Academic Minor Fair
Explore Your academic pathways
Step into a world of academic possibilities at the TWU Academic Minor Fair, an event designed to illuminate the diverse and enriching pathways in minor studies.
Sept. 20, 2023
11 a.m.-2 p.m. (come and go)
Student Union at Hubbard Hall SE Ballroom
Tour a bustling market of knowledge and learning. At the Academic Minor Fair, you can:
- Speak with representatives from various departments to discuss the benefits and opportunities associated with their minors.
- Meet with faculty members, students and advisors who will answer questions, discuss curriculum details and share insights into the real-world applications of each minor.
- Submit paperwork to declare your minor or pick up contact information to further discuss options at a later time.
What is an academic minor?
- A minor is a secondary area of academic interest beyond your college major.
- Some majors require a student to declare a minor while others do not. Even if not required, a minor is an opportunity to complement your declared major or explore a passion beyond your current classes.
- Most minors require 18-21 credit hours, but there are exceptions. Discuss individual minor requirements with representatives at the fair.
A minor isn't just a set of courses; it's an opportunity to delve into a subject you're passionate about. Many minors include hands-on experiences, internships, research opportunities and community engagement projects. Learn how a minor can open doors to extracurricular pursuits that allow you to apply your knowledge in real-world settings.
Uncover the minors that can transform your academic journey into an enriching and multidimensional adventure. Your minor is more than just a choice—it's a reflection of your unique interests and a step towards becoming a well-rounded scholar of the world.
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