If you want to specialize in a discipline outside your major, you can pursue a minor. You must already be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program. The next step: file a Curriculum Add/Drop Form with the Registrar's Office to declare your minor.
It's wise to begin your minor studies as early as possible in your academic career.
The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, in conjunction with other departments on campus, offers four interdisciplinary minors. Learn about required courses, electives, and credits by selecting your correct year for one of these interdisciplinary minor audits:
- Plant Biotechnology
- Plant Sciences
The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, in partnership with Michigan Tech’s Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, offers programs that lead to State of Michigan certification for high school biology teachers.