Minors can make a difference
What makes you different from all the other people graduating with your major?
Stacked up against everybody else, you need something that will set you apart. A minor can do that by adding breadth to your undergraduate education and showing an employer or graduate school that you went beyond the basics of your major. You can do minors in your own college or in another, and sometimes you can use courses in your major to fulfill some of the requirements of a minor.
The minors in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources attract students from all UD majors.
Requirements for all minors can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog. Certain application policies may apply.
Please check with the individual department offering the minor for details.