The following combinations of undergraduate majors and minors are not allowed:
A grade of C- or higher is required in all College of Public Health and Human Sciences minor courses and course prerequisites. Courses with a grade below a C- will be excluded from the minor and will not meet minor requirements.
A letter grade (A-F) is required for all minor courses and course prerequisites. S/U, W, or I grades do not meet minor requirements.
The EOH undergrad minor studies the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health. No matter which major program you’re enrolled in, the environmental and occupational health minor will enhance your undergraduate studies.
The exercise physiology undergrad minor is an excellent addition for students interested in incorporating fitness/wellness into their major, or for those who love to exercise and be active and just want to understand more about how the body responds.
The health management and policy undergrad minor will provide you with a background in public health with an emphasis on the management of health care programs and agencies.
With the HDFS undergrad minor you will learn how people change across the life course within the contexts of families, schools and communities.
This minor pairs well with other academic degrees such as education, public health, psychology, sociology and allied health sciences.
This rigorous nutrition undergrad minor is an excellent addition for Food Science & Technology or Kinesiology students wanting a good foundation in some basic nutritional principals.