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Online Minor Programs

 

Administrative Management - Complete Your Minor Over Two Summers - 100% Online

The ITAM Administrative Management Minor is the perfect complement to any CWU major. Students will complete courses in communications, management and leadership while gaining a foundation of basic operations and strategy. Today, more than ever, students of any CWU major will benefit from the knowledge and application of Administrative Management in the global economy.

Contact: ITAMinfo@cwu.edu

Family Studies - Complete Your Minor Over Two Summers - 100% Online
 

Family Studies is the interdisciplinary study of what makes families successful. This program focuses on understanding the dynamics of families in a changing society, as well as the impact that family interaction has on individual development and success.

Contact: Duane Dowd; 509-963-2791; DowdD@cwu.edu

Law and Justice

The minor in Law and Justice (LAJ) is designed to compliment a number of different majors at CWU and prepare students for professional opportunities in the criminal justice system and/ or entry into graduate or law school.

Contact: 509-963-3208; laj@cwu.edu

Latino & Latin American Studies (LLAS) - Complete Your Minor Over Two Summers - 100% Online

The Latino & Latin American Studies (LLAS) minor provides students with broad, interdisciplinary training in the economic, social, political and cultural realities of Latino and Latin American peoples. The minor will be extremely valuable for those pursuing careers in business, government, social work, law and justice, and teaching that require engagement with Latino communities in the United States, as well as for those who wish to travel and work in Latin America. Moreover, the Latino & Latin American Studies minor also serves as preparation for graduate study in multiple academic and professional fields.

Contact: Stella Moreno; 509-963-3347; MorenoS@cwu.edu

 

Library & Information Science

The minor in library and information science is designed to
provide students with an understanding of the methods
and means of gathering, organizing, and disseminating
information. The minor is appropriate for any students
who wish to gain a greater understanding of the field of
library and information science. This program does not
qualify participants for a Washington State Library Media
(P-12) endorsement.
 
              Contact: Ginny Blackson; 509-963-3684; blacksong@cwu.edu
 

Non-Profit Organization Management

The minor in non-profit organization management is an interdisciplinary minor designed to provide an understanding of the organization, financing and
management issues in non-profit organizations. It is designed to complement majors in artistic, advocacy, public relations, social services and educational
endeavors. The minor provides practical, hands-on skills as well as discussion of the issues facing non-profit organizations.
 
Contact: Elizabeth Kerns; 509-963-1966; kernse@cwu.edu
 

Psychology - Complete Your Minor Over Two Summers - 100% Online

The Psychology department provides students with an understanding of the perspectives, content, and methods of science and the practice of psychology. This 30 credit general minor is often combined with majors such as Law & Justice, Sociology, Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Sciences, and Biology. The Psychology minor may be completed in 2 consecutive summer quarters.

Contact: Sara Bender; BenderS@cwu.edu
 

Retail Management and Technology - Complete Your Minor Over Two Summers - 100% Online

The ITAM Retail Management and Technology Minor is the perfect complement to any CWU major and is now offered 100% online in the summer. You will complete courses in retailing and selling, retail strategy, and IT retail management. Today, more than ever, students of any CWU major will benefit from the knowledge and application of retail technology and management.

 

Sociology

The Sociology Department provides opportunities for students to understand the conceptual and methodological tools used by sociologists to understand society. This 25 credit general minor is often combined with majors such as Law & Justice, Psychology or other fields in the Sciences or Humanities

Contact: 509-963-1305; wyattn@cwu.edu

 

Sports Business

The sport business minor is designed to augment your College of Business or non-business degree with a focused examination of the sport business industry.  Students will explore the application of marketing, management, law, finance and other business principles as they apply specifically to the sport industry.

Contact: 509-963-1903; StinsonJ@cwu.edu