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A student wishing to minor in Communication must satisfactorily complete 18 hours to be selected with the approval of the department chair. Nine of these hours must come from the following three options:
Note: COMM 100 and COMM 481 do not count toward the minor.
Note that courses counted toward a student’s major may not be counted toward the first 15 credits of the minor.
For more information about the Communication department, visit its website.