Pathways Minor Showcase
Pathways Minors are thematic, cross-disciplinary programs that allow students to examine important topics from a variety of perspectives while completing general education requirements along the way.
To date, over 200 students have graduated with these Pathways Minors and over 750 students are currently enrolled in these programs. You can explore up-to-date enrollment and completion data here (NOTE: data accessible M-F, 8am-6pm only).
You can learn more about each of the 24 Pathways Minors by following the links below.
“Pathways minors are a step away from our disciplinary obsessions,” noted Associate Professor Timothy Baird of the Department of Geography, who leads the pathways to sustainability minor. “One of our goals is to encourage students to learn to deal with subjectivity, which is less about the right answer to a problem and more about what approaches and perspectives are required to tackle a specific challenge.”
Pathways Minors Overview
About Pathways Minors
Pathways Minors Video