Minors

History Minor (American)
To pursue an American history minor, you must be in your sophomore year and have written permission from the department chairperson of your major and the liberal studies chairperson. A grade of C or better in all courses for the minor must be achieved.
 
HI 103 Nineteenth Century America
HI 104 Twentieth Century America
   
You must also achieve a grade of C or better in four of the following courses, including two at the upper division level:
 
HI/CJ 207 Crime and Punishment in America
HI/PS 208 American Foreign Policy
HI 212 Photographing American History
HI 213 African American History I
HI 214 African American History II
HI 278 History of Western New York
HI 308 Women's History
HI 310 Making Sense of the Sixties
HI 401 History and the Movies
HI/LW 402 The United States Constitution: Legal and Historical Perspectives
   
History Minor (General)
To complete a history minor, you must achieve a grade of C or better in the following courses:
HI 103 Nineteenth Century America
HI 104 Twentieth Century America
HI 215 World Culture and Civilization
   
You must also achieve a grade of C or better in four HI courses, including two at the upper division leve.:
   
Philosophy Minor
To complete a philosophy minor, you must achieve a grade of C or better in the following courses:
PH 303  
   
In addition, one of the following:
PH 200 Environmental Ethics
PH 205 Business Ethics
PH/RS 218 Moral Issues in Contemporary Society
   
In addition, one of the following:
PH/HI 301 The Making of the Modern Mind I (formerly, PH/HI 305)
PH/HI 302 The Making of the Modern Mind II (formerly, PH/HI 306)
PH/HI 315 Medieval Thoughts, Ideas and History
   
In addition, one of the following:
PH/PS 310 The Politics of Utopia
PH/PS 330 Conflict and Cooperation
PH/PS 336 Justice
 
In addition, three upper level philosophy courses.
 
Political Science Minor
To complete a political science minor, you must achieve a grade of C or better in three of the following:
PS 101 Introduction to Political Science
PS 102 American Government
PS 212 Civil Liberties
PS 224 State and Local Government
PS 228 International Relations
   
Additionally, you must achieve a grade of C or better in three of the following:
PS/HI 208 American Foreign Policy
PS 234 Mass Media and American Society
PS 333 Terrorism
PS 337 Gender Politics
PS/PH 340 Philosophy of Law
PS 367 Political Trials
PS 370 Globalization and International Economic Relations
PS 400 Special Topics: Election Year Politics