The minor in Islamic Studies is open to all undergraduates regardless of major. It provides the intellectual and linguistic training to approach Islam — and the world — in a historically and culturally informed way, challenging stereotypes and misconceptions while exploring the diversity and complexity of the world’s second-largest religion.
If you are interested in declaring the minor, contact Islamic Studies DUS Ryan Calder ([email protected])
Requirements for the Minor
To earn the undergraduate minor in Islamic Studies, students must complete both six courses and earn at least 18 credits. A maximum of two of these courses may be language courses at any level. Checklist for students minoring in Islamic Studies.
Of the six courses:
- Four Islamic studies elective courses at any level
- Two Islamic studies elective courses at the 300 level or above