The Minor

Nov 29, 2017 Katherine J Parpana

A minor can be a great way to pursue an interdisciplinary or area-specific course of study. You can develop skills outside your major, investigate potential career paths or simply indulge a personal interest. Minors consist of 18 to 24 units of upper-division coursework. Because a minor requires fewer courses to complete than a full major, you may even want to pursue more than one.

More information about minors offered in the college can be found here. A full list of minors offered at UC Davis can be found here

Transfer units will not normally be used to satisfy minor requirements. Exceptions will require approval by the student's advisor and the Undergraduate Majors and Courses Committee.

No more than one course applied to the satisfaction of requirements in the major program shall be accepted in satisfaction of the requirements of a minor. No course used to satisfy the requirements of one minor shall be applied toward any other minor.

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