Undergraduate Minors

Undergraduate Minors

A Minor provides students the opportunity to deepen their understanding and expertise in an additional area of study. Students must maintain a 2.0 [C] average within a Minor program of study, with some programs having additional earned-grade requirements. A Minor consists of a minimum of five courses, at least 50% of which must exist outside of the courses required for the student’s Major or another declared Minor. If a course is listed as an option within a student’s Major requirements (or within another declared Minor), but is not taken to fulfill those requirements, it may be counted toward the Minor as one of the non-major electives. Hence, in five or six-course Minors, three or more courses must be drawn from non-major requirements, and cannot be double counted for another Minor. Additionally, at least 50% of courses in a Minor must be taken at Lasell College. Students may declare a Minor at any time by completing a “Declaration of Minor” form in the Registrar’s Office.

Below is a full listing of the minors available.

Accounting Minor
Aging and Intergenerational Studies Minor
American Studies Minor
Business Minor
Child and Adolescent Studies Minor
Coaching Minor
Communication Minor
Creative Writing Minor
Criminal Justice
Diversity and Inclusion Minor
Entrepreneurship Minor
Environmental Studies Minor
Event Manangement
Fashion Communication & Promotion
Forensics Studies
Fashion & Retail Merchandising
Graphic Design
History
Human Resources
Human Rights
Law & Business
Leadership in Civic Engagement
Legal Studies
Literature
Mathematics
Performing Arts
Photography
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish Language Studies
Sports Communication
Studio Art
Women's Studies
Youth & Crime