The College of Education offers minors to students from other colleges, as well as students in the college. This gives your résumé a competitive edge while also allowing you to study what you are passionate about.
Students may choose to pursue one of our minors. Students pursuing these programs must fill out the external applicant change of major form online.
Administrative and Organizational Studies
Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies
Teacher Education Division
To declare a minor contact your advisor for assistance in declaring your minor. Students must declare a minor by 45 credits. Students must complete all courses in their minors with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0. Students may major and minor in the same department, but students cannot major and minor in fields with the same title.
- Who has to declare a minor?
- New and transfer students entering the university in fall 2018 and beyond.
- Students returning after a seven-year or more absence.
- What can I minor in?
- How do I declare a minor?
Contact your advisor in Academic Services for assistance in declaring your minor.
- When must I declare a minor?
You must declare a minor by 45 credits.
- Can I major and minor in the same field?
You can major and minor in the same division/department, but you cannot major and minor in fields with the same title. For example, you can major in Community Health and minor in Yoga and Mindfulness or major in Sport Management and minor in Sport Coaching. But you cannot major in Community Health and minor in Community Health.
- Transferring courses into WSU that count towards my minor
If I am transferring courses into WSU that count towards my minor, how many classes do I still have to take at WSU to complete a minor?
A minimum of one course unless otherwise specified.