The child, youth, and family studies minor consists of 21 interdisciplinary credits. It provides a means to enhance a human development knowledge base for students in other related fields.
The academic requirements for the nutrition minor include successful completion of 19 credits. It provides an excellent opportunity for students in other related fields to gain and expand their food and nutrition knowledge.
This minor is offered collaboratively between the School of Health Promotion & Human Development and the School of Physical Education & Athletic Training. It consists of 24 credits and provides a means to enhance the delivery of sound physical fitness programs.