Minors

Enhance your University of Mississippi bachelor's degree by adding an online minor in a related topic. Online minors are developed by Ole Miss academic units to provide specialized knowledge that complements your major, allows you to pursue a personal interest, or encourages you to explore a different field of study.

School of Applied Sciences

Applied Gerontology — The Applied Gerontology minor is comprised of 12 hours of core classes and 6 hours of electives. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Communication Sciences and Disorders — The Communication Sciences and Disorders minor is comprised of 12 hours of core classes and 6 hours of electives. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Criminal Justice — A minor in criminal justice consists of 18 credit hours in criminal justice courses including the following required courses: CJ 100, CJ 210, CJ 300, and 3 additional courses at the 300 level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

School of Business

Entrepreneurship — The Entrepreneurship minor is comprised of 18 hours selected from a list of 8 courses. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

General Business — The General Business minor is comprised of 18 hours, including ACCY 201 or 202, ECON 202 or 203, and four 300-level GB courses. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

School of Education

Higher Education — A minor in higher education exposes students to professions and advanced areas of study within the field of higher education and student affairs. UM Course Catalog.

College of Liberal Arts

Economics — The Economics minor is comprised of 4 core classes plus 6 hours of additional Economics courses at the 200 level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

English — The English minor is comprised of 18 hours, with up to 6 hours in literature and at least 9 hours at the 300 level. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Gender Studies — The Gender Studies minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

History — The History minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework, at least 9 of which must be at the 300-level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Mathematics — The Mathematics minor is comprised of 15 hours of coursework. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Philosophy: Ethics and Values — The minor in ethics and values consists of 6 courses from the list below, of which 4 must be at the 300 level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Professional Writing — The Professional Writing minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework with two core classes and 12 additional hours at the 200-level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Psychology — The Psychology minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Sociology — The Sociology minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

TESOL — The TESOL minor is comprised of 18 hours of linguistics coursework. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Theatre Arts — The Theatre Arts minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework with at least 6 hours at the 300-level or above. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

School of Journalism

Journalism — The Journalism minor is comprised of 18 hours of coursework including 2 core classes. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.

Other Minor Options

Global Security Studies — The Global Security Studies minor is offered by the Center for Intelligence and Security Studies and is comprised of 15 hours of core classes and 3 hours of an approved elective. The full list of requirements can be found in the UM Course Catalog.