MINORS

The Major Benefits of Choosing a Minor


Take a major step in your educational journey with a minor that can expand your skills and enhance your career prospects. Why minor?

A minor is a secondary area of study from your major or specific degree program. Although it is not a requirement for graduation, a minor provides a significant opportunity to "specialize" in a particular area or niche of your broader industry and gives you a way to pursue your interests in a field other than your major.

In addition, a minor shows future employers or graduate school admissions committees the diversity of your interests and skills; therefore, you might want to think about your future goals when choosing a minor. For example, if you are passionate about Art or Biology, a minor in Business or Computer Science will go a long way to increase your marketability after graduation.

Theatre Arts

Undergraduate students at LIU Post who are pursuing a major in another subject area can apply elective courses (21 credits) toward a minor in Theatre Arts. This minor is designed for students who have an interest in the world of theatre, the art of acting, and the joy of entertainment. The minor in Theatre Arts adds value to your degree and a competitive edge in the job market by providing you with additional skills and enhanced knowledge in another field of study. Contact your academic and career counselor for additional information.

CONTACT

College of Arts, Communications & Design
Christine Kerr, Ph.D.
Acting Dean and Professor
Christine.Kerr@liu.edu

Moreen Mitchell, J.D.
Assistant Dean
Moreen.Mitchell@liu.edu