All our degrees require students to select and complete a minor. A minor is a secondary academic discipline that students focus on to complete their bachelor’s degree. Because a minor is rooted in a different discipline, it allows students to develop a secondary specialization to enhance their degree. A minor from any discipline can be matched with any of our majors. It is a good idea for students to talk to an academic advisor about their career goals when choosing a minor. Being strategic might help a student cater their degree to a specific career field (e.g., a B.A. in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Law Enforcement and Administration and a minor in Political Science). It can also make a degree unique and stand out in the job market (e.g., a B.S. in Sociology with a concentration in Society and Culture and a minor in Business Administration).