Lots of Minor Options

As most of you know, all School of Communication students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in the Department of Radio, Television, Film or the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, & Public Relations are required to declare and complete an 18 credit liberal arts based minor. There are now over 70 liberal arts based minors to choose from including new options like Civic Engagement, Computer Applications & Digital Media Design, Philosophy, Society & Business, and Publishing Studies. Students majoring in the Department of Radio, Television, Film now also have the option to minor in Mass Media Studies. Below is the complete list of current minor options per the 2013-2014 Hofstra Bulletin.

To declare your minor, visit the department you are wishing to declare to request their approval on a change of study form. Once the form is signed, simply drop it off to room 206 Memorial Hall for processing and you are all set! NOTE: Students who declare a dual major with one of the areas no longer need to complete a minor.

African Studies
American Studies
Anthropology
Arabic
Art History
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Chinese Studies
Chinese
Civic Engagement
Classics
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Computer Applications and Digital Media Design
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Criminology
Dance
Disability Studies
Drama
Economics
Engineering
English
European Studies
Fine Arts
Forensic Science
French
Geography
Geology
German
Global Studies
Hebrew
History
International Affairs
Irish Studies
Italian Studies and Italian American Studies
Italian
Japanese
Jewish Studies
Labor Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Latin
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
Linguistics
Mass Media Studies (RTVF Majors Only)
Mathematics
Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies
Modern Greek
Music
Musical Theater
Neuroscience
Philosophy of Law
Philosophy of Science
Philosophy
Philosophy, Society and Business
Political Science
Psychology
Public Affairs
Publishing Studies
Religion
Rhetorical Studies
Russian
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Sociology
Spanish
Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
Sustainability Studies
Technology and Public Policy
Women’s Studies
World Literature
Writing Studies