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Summer Minors at UofSC

Earn a Minor in Just One Summer!

Take advantage of summer and earn a minor with about 18 hours of credit.  Minors and certificates give you that competitive edge in the job market and can strengthen your application to graduate school.  Minors also give you an opportunity to focus solely on a subject or area that you love.

Benefits of Earning a Summer Minor

  • Expanded career options
  • Accelerated program of study 
  • Strong foundation for graduate study  
  • Allows you to stay on track with your major during the regular semesters 
  • Strengthens a resume and makes job candidates more marketable

Summer 2022 Minors

 

Advertising & Public Relations

Minor Requirements:                                        18 Hours. Choose JOUR 101, JOUR 201, JOUR 202, and any three additional elective hours in JOUR.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1) JOUR 285, JOUR 291*, JOUR 348
6-week Session II (3S2) 

JOUR 101, JOUR 201, JOUR 202, JOUR 203, JOUR 204, JOUR 291*
3-week Session I (3S3)  JOUR 261, JOUR 291*, JOUR 306*, JOUR 333*, JOUR 340, JOUR 455, JOUR 499
3-week Session II (3S4)  JOUR 261, JOUR 340, JOUR 455, JOUR 499
3-week Session III (3S5)   
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details. *Course has prerequisites.

 

Business Administration

DMSB Minor Requirements:                                        18 Required Hours (in bold below). Other electives listed are an option for those who enrolled in Fall 2019 or earlier and for those in a program that also requires DMSB courses.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1) ACCT 222*, MGMT 371, FINA 369, MGSC 395*
6-week Session II (3S2) 

MGMT 371, ACCT 324, MGSC 290, MKTG 351*, IBUS 301
3-week Session I (3S3)  ECON 224
3-week Session II (3S4)   
3-week Session III (3S5)  MKTG 350*
9-week Session (3S6)  FINA 333*
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details. *Course has prerequisites.

 

Criminal Justice

CRJU Minor Requirements:                                        18 required hours, including CRJU 101. Choose two of the following: CRJU 311, 313, 341. Choose final electives at 300 level or above.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1)  
6-week Session II (3S2) 

CRJU 311, CRJU 351*, CRJU 430
3-week Session I (3S3)  CRJU 101, CRJU 313, CRJU 491, CRJU 554
3-week Session II (3S4)  CRJU 341, CRJU 420, CRJU 426
3-week Session III (3S5)   
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details. *Course has prerequisites.

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management

HRTM Minor Requirements:                                       Choose any six of the following courses for a total of 18 hours.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1) HRTM 110, HRTM 590
6-week Session II (3S2)   
3-week Session I (3S3)  HRTM 280, HRTM 364, HRTM 440, HRTM 590
3-week Session II (3S4)  HRTM 590
3-week Session III (3S5)  HRTM 228, HRTM 260, HRTM 340
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details.

 

Political Science

POLI Minor Requirements:                                       Choose POLI 201 and an additional 5 electives for a total of 18 hours.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1)  
6-week Session II (3S2)   
3-week Session I (3S3)  POLI 201, POLI 304, POLI 449
3-week Session II (3S4)  POLI 201, POLI 463, POLI 483
3-week Session III (3S5)  POLI 360
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details. Visit the College of Arts & Sciences to learn more.

 

Psychology

PSYC Minor Requirements:                                        Choose PSYC 101 and five additional courses for a total of 18 hours.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1)  
6-week Session II (3S2) 

 
3-week Session I (3S3)  PSYC 101, PSYC 405, PSYC 420*, PSYC 455, PSYC 465*, PSYC 520*
3-week Session II (3S4)  PSYC 101, PSYC 405, PSYC 420*, PSYC 430*, PSYC 487*
3-week Session III (3S5)  PSYC 101, PSYC 400*, PSYC 410*
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details. *Course has a prerequisite. Visit the College of Arts & Sciences to learn more.

 

Retailing

RETL Minor Requirements:                                       Choose RETL 265 and five other courses for a total of 18 hours.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1) RETL 268
6-week Session II (3S2)   
3-week Session I (3S3)  RETL 265, RETL 237, RETL 351, RETL 369, RETL 592
3-week Session II (3S4)  RETL 115, RETL 350
3-week Session III (3S5)   
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details.

Sport & Entertainment Management

SPTE Minor Requirements:                                       Requires 18 hours, including SPTE 110, 201, 202, 203, and 385. Choose additional SPTE elective.
Full Summer Session (3S0)  
6-week Session I (3S1) SPTE 110, SPTE 201, SPTE 202, SPTE 203, SPTE 385, SPTE 440
6-week Session II (3S2)  SPTE 110, SPTE 201, SPTE 202, SPTE 203, SPTE 385, SPTE 410
3-week Session I (3S3)  SPTE 490, SPTE 590
3-week Session II (3S4)   
3-week Session III (3S5)   
9-week Session (3S6)   
Exams are scheduled for the two days immediately after each semester concludes. Refer to the Final Exam Schedule for details.

 


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