Tarleton State University offers the following minors. Up to two minors may be declared in most baccalaureate degree programs. In order to preserve the curricular integrity of minors as distinct content areas, all minors must have nine hours that are distinct from the curriculum of the student’s major.
The first list of minors are those requiring a minimum of 18 hours within the minor discipline, of which 6 hours must consist of upper level coursework completed at Tarleton State University.
The second list of minors below are those with options or other requirements in addition to the 18 hours (of which at least 6 must be advanced). These have specific requirements; students should review the appropriate section of the catalog and check with Academic Advising Services or other academic advisor before beginning a minor from this list.
Minors with a Minimum of 18 Hours
|Agricultural Services & Development||AGSD|
|Child Development and Family Studies||CHFS|
|Computer Information Systems||BCIS|
|Digital Media Studies||DIGM|
|Ethnic and Cultural Studies||ECS|
|Gender and Sexuality Studies||GSS|
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology||ENGT|
|Range & Ranch Management||RNRM|
Minors with Other Requirements in Addition to the 18 Hours
|Wildlife, Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences||WSES|
Food and Nutrition*
Natural Resource Ecology*
These are options under the WSES minor and may require courses with prefixes other than WSES.