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Business Communication

Available for business and nonbusiness majors, the courses to earn a minor in business communication will help you improve your written and oral communications skills in the business atmosphere.

Visit the Business Communication program page to learn more.

Communication Studies

Offered by the Department of Languages, Cultures and Communication, this minor is available to all SFA majors.

Visit the Communication Studies program page to learn more.

Criminal Justice

Available for students with any major, the criminal justice minor provides an in-depth look at court systems, justice administration, national security and police administration. Courses are offered online and in person.

Visit the Criminal Justice program page to learn more.

General Business

Available for nonbusiness majors.

Visit the General Business program page to learn more.

General Business Technology Applications

A minor in general business technology applications prepares you to use the tools and technologies necessary for business communication and information management. 

Visit the General Business Technology Applications program page to learn more.

Human Development and Family Studies

Work for this minor can be fully completed as online distance learning, but some classes do require interactive experiences in your local community.

Visit the Human Development and Family Studies program page to learn more.

Psychology

A minor in psychology gives you the type of insight into human behavior that is useful in almost any career. With the selection of courses in psychological statistics, experimental psychology and other appropriate electives, this minor will meet minimum admission requirements for graduate work in psychology.

Visit the Psychology program page to learn more.

Public Administration

All students seeking to gain leadership skills for public and private sectors are encouraged to pursue a minor in public administration, which provides a thorough understanding of local, state and federal government systems.

Visit the Public Administration program page to learn more.

Sociology

This 18-credit minor pairs well with a wide array of majors, such as psychology, human sciences and political science. Online courses are offered each semester, including some courses in eight-week formats. Work with your academic advisor to craft a minor appropriate for your academic interests.

Visit the Sociology program page to learn more.

Spanish

Spanish is the second-most popular language in the world, making it the perfect choice for a minor. Open to all majors, you are welcome to take courses that will provide you with a unique experience and make you an asset in your future career.

Visit the Spanish program page to learn more.

Special Education, Early Intervention

An 18-credit hour minor is available for students majoring in rehabilitation, speech-language pathology, psychology or other related fields who are interested in becoming an early intervention specialist working with infants and toddlers with special needs and their families.

Visit the Special Education program page to learn more.

Special Education, EC-6, 4-8 or 8-12 certification

A minor in special education is available to students with a major leading to teacher certification at the EC-6, 4-8 or 8-12 level. Admission to the educator certification program is required, and students must work with a special education advisor for course sequence and additional requirements.

Visit the Special Education program page to learn more.

Special Education, EC-12 certification

This minor is available for students seeking EC-12 certification. Admission to the educator certification program is required, and students must work with a special education advisor for course sequence and additional requirements.

Visit the Special Education program page to learn more.

Special Education, Non-Teaching

An 18-credit hour minor is available for those seeking additional training in working with special populations but who are not seeking teacher certification. This minor is appropriate for students in programs such as psychology, orientation and mobility, kinesiology, rehabilitation and social work.  It also would be appropriate for those seeking the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Visit the Special Education program page to learn more.

Questions about a specific degree program? Utilize the email address or phone number listed on that program’s individual page.

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Office of Admissions
936.468.2504
Fax: 936.468.3149
admissions@sfasu.edu
Staff directory
Physical Address: Rusk Building, Room 206

Graduate Admissions
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Fax: 936.468.7369
gschool@sfasu.edu
Staff directory
Physical Address: Dugas Liberal Arts North, Room 425

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