Show the extent of your passion and supplement your career path with a minor from Regent University. Not only are minors an effective way to illustrate an extended dedication or well-roundedness from an academic standpoint, they distinguish your professional skills and can help you shine as a job candidate.
A minor at Regent University consists of a group of related courses taken outside of one's academic major. Minors present optional study opportunities to students who wish to enhance their major field of study with coursework in another academic area. Students choosing to complete a minor will be required to complete 15 credits of specified courses in the subject area in which the minor is selected. In addition, the minor must be listed on the student's Program Worksheet form, with the required courses documented.
Required courses for each minor are available below each undergraduate program.
Economics is a valuable complement to a number of other majors, including government,leadership, business and international studies. So new in 2014, the College of Arts and Sciences is adding an Economicsminor to the curriculum. The Business, Leadership and Information Systems Department is the traditional academic home for all economics programs where the economics program is not a stand-alone academic department.
As with other CAS minors, students are required to select five (5) courses (15credits). Students wishing to earn an economics minor will need to take ECON120 Principles of Microeconomics as part of their General Educationrequirements. To complete the new economics minor, student will be required totake the following five (5) courses:
Required courses for English minor: 15 Credits
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 290 / GOVT 290
Entrepreneurship, MarketProcesses and Economic Growth
Required courses for Hispanic Studies minor: 15-17 credit hours
Students majoring in other disciplines may choose to minor in Hispanic Studies:
History of Latin America
Introductory Spanish I
Introductory Spanish II
Hispanic Art and Culture
* Students with previous Spanish language training may place out of SPAN 101 and/or SPAN 102 through the departmental placement test and replace those courses with higher level Spanish language classes or other appropriate Hispanic Studies coursework identified by the department to equal at least 15 credit hours for the minor.
**Course prerequisites (HIST 211 and 212) waived with History Department approval
*Twelve (12) credit hours of the minor must be completed at Regent University. A student may not both major and minor in Theatre. Students who complete a minor may later choose to apply those credits to a major, but they will not also earn the minor. Student minoring in Theatre may not substitute courses from English or Cinema/Television to fulfill their elective requirement towards the minor.