Selection of a minor is not a graduation requirement. A student must complete nine credit hours in-residence to have the minor posted to a Bellevue University transcript.
Declaring a Minor
Bellevue University makes the academic minor available to enrich an undergraduate student’s educational focus. A minor is a recognized group of courses in a specific discipline that enhances general learning, complements the student’s major, or improves the prospects for employment. Selection of a minor should be arranged in consultation with a faculty advisor from the appropriate area of study.
Minors typically require between 18 and 24 credit hours to complete. All minors require a minimum GPA of 2.5 and nine upper-division credit hours and three courses (nine credit hours) in-residence at Bellevue University. Six of the residence credit hours must be upper-level courses. Students in Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs are not permitted to choose minors.
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