Graduating with the addition of a minor demonstrates the breadth of their knowledge and their desire to get the most from their education. Drexel students can work with an academic advisor to declare a minor as early as their first year or throughout their Drexel career.
View the most up-to-date list of minors on the University Catalog.
Restrictions and Qualifications
- Students cannot pursue a major and a minor in the same field of study. (Example: A marketing major cannot declare a marketing minor.)
- Students must complete 30 credit hours of coursework prior to pursuing a minor.
- Minors should only be added to a student's program of study with the expectation that the student will complete the credential by the time they complete their major requirements.
Refer to the University Catalog for specific program restrictions.
For more information, visit the college or school website that offers the minor you are interested in:
- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
- Bennett S. LeBow College of Business
- College of Computing & Informatics
- School of Economics
- School of Education
- College of Engineering
- Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship
- Pennoni Honors College
- Thomas R. Kline School of Law
- Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
- College of Nursing and Health Professions
- Goodwin College of Professional Studies
- Dornsife School of Public Health
When meeting with the academic advisor overseeing your intended minor program, you are welcome to bring a plan of study from DegreeWorks that integrates the courses for your selected minor along with your major courses. Minor advisors are happy to help you with the details, so don't feel like your plan needs to be perfect before your meeting.
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