Minors & Certificates

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Minors

Minoring in a discipline outside your major field of study, allows you to focus elective credits to expand your perspective and increase your skills. A minor will make you stand out to potential employers because it demonstrates an eagerness to learn and emphasizes your willingness to go above and beyond minimum expectations.

Anthropology

Anthropology

Business Administration

Business Administration

Computer Science

Computer Science

Digital Technology & Culture

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Earth Science

Earth Science

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Global Studies

Global Studies

Horticulture

Horticulture

Hospitality Business Management

team-work

Human Resource Management

Human Resource

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Professional Writing

Writing

Psychology

psychology

Viticulture and Enology         (Wine Science)

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Wine Business Management

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Certificates

By completing a certificate, you can obtain the skills needed for a different career without having to go back to school to obtain another degree. You can also get a certificate if you are looking to build on your current career or are looking at entering a different part of your industry.

Global Leadership

Global Leadership

Molecular Biosciences

Molecular Bioscience

Professional Writing

Professional Writing

Science Writing

Science Writing