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Undergraduate Minor Programs

School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape

Architectural Studies


African Studies; Anthropology; Applied Energy Economics; Arabic Language and Muslim Cultures; Archaeology; Chinese; Communication and Media Studies; Dance; Drama; Earth Science; East Asian Studies; Economics; English; Film Studies; French;
Gender and Sexuality Studies; Geography; German; Global Development Studies; Greek; Greek and Roman Studies; History; History and Philosophy of Science; International Indigenous Studies; Italian Studies; Japanese; Latin; Latin American Studies; Law and Society; Linguistics; Medieval, Renaissance and Reformation Studies; Museum and Heritage Studies; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Religious Studies; Russian; Security Studies; Sociology; Sonic Arts; Spanish; Speech-Language Sciences; Urban Studies; Visual Studies and Art History

Continuing Education

Workplace Learning

Cumming School of Medicine

Bioinformatics; Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies; Health and Society

Haskayne School of Business

Management and Society

Schulich School of Engineering*
(refer to the Major Program)

Aerospace Engineering; Biomedical Engineering; Computer Engineering; Digital Engineering; Energy and Environment Engineering; Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development**; Manufacturing Engineering; Mechatronics; Petroleum Engineering; Software Engineering; Structural Engineering; Transportation Engineering


Actuarial Science; Astrophysics; Biological Sciences; Chemistry; Computer Science; Data Science; Geology; Geophysics; Mathematics; Nanoscience; Physics; Statistics

*Not all minors are available with all major programs. See Degree Options in Schulich School of Engineering Program Details tab. for more information.
**In conjunction with the Haskayne School of Business.

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