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Adding a Minor or Endorsement Area to Your Degree Plan

Choosing a minor or endorsement area provides you with a way to supplement and enhance the value of your major. Some degree programs require a minor and some don’t. It just depends on how many courses are required for any given degree. Endorsement areas are like minors, except they are specifically for teaching degrees.

If you a distance education student working on your degree from an off-campus location, you’ll want to choose a minor or endorsement area that is compatible with your online learning format. Your academic advisor will help you choose the best minor choices for your degree and your situation.

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Minors and Endorsement Areas

Subject AreaDegree Options
Accounting
Agriculture
Anthropology
Athletic Training
Biblical Languages
Bilingual Education
Biology
Broadcast Media
Business (for non-business majors)
Chemistry
Coaching
Communicative Disorders
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Criminal Justice
Culinary Arts
Digital Filmmaking
Early Childhood Education
Economics
Electronic Engineering Technology
Emergency Management
English
English as a Second Language
Family and Consumer Sciences
Fine Arts
General Science
Geology
Graphic Design
Greek
Health and Human Services
Health Education
Hebrew
History
Information Systems
Journalism
Language Arts
Legal Studies
Mathematics
Mathematics for Elementary Education
Mathematics for Secondary Education
Music
Music Composition
Music Technology
Nutrition
Physical Education
Performing Arts/Music
Performing Arts/Composite
(Theatre and Music)
Personal Financial Planning
Piano
Political Science
Psychology
Reading
Religion
Secondary and K-12 Licensure
Social Studies
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Sports and Recreation Management
Statistics
Theatre
Visual Arts
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences

Degree Plan Checklists

Undergraduate students must declare a major before or by the time they have completed 45 semester hours. Once you are an ENMU student, you will use CAPP, a program that helps you see all the classes you need to take to complete your degree. We do have some sample degree plans, though, that can give you an idea of what your degree plan might look like.

Check out our degree plan checklists >