Minors for Globally Minded Leaders
A minor from the Nunn School provides an opportunity to enhance your major degree program with specialized instruction in the globalization of politics, economics, and the increasing interdependence of states. The minor programs are designed for students who want an academic concentration that demonstrates global competence and adds competitive value to a major. With a minor, students can cultivate personal interests, achieve well-rounded expertise, and gain a professional edge. Minors appear on transcripts.
Declaring the Minor
1. Watch this video for instructions on how to add the minor.
2. Complete the add a minor form.
3. Have your major advisor sign the form.
4. Email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Set up an advising appointment to review DegreeWorks and get questions answered. After that appointment, your advisor will sign and submit the form.
Minor Rules and Restrictions
- No more than 6 credit hours of Special Topics courses and 3 credit hours of Special Problem or Undergraduate Research courses may be counted toward the minor.
- No more than 3 credit hours of transfer credit can be counted toward the minor.
- Courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy core areas A through E in a student's major degree program may not be used in satisfying the course requirements for a minor. However, courses used in a minor also may be used to fulfill other elective requirements (free electives, cluster electives, etc.) in the student's major degree program.
- A course may not be counted toward more than one minor and/or certificate.
- All courses must be taken on a letter-grade basis and a grade of C or better must be received in each course counted toward the minor.
- A student may petition to allow 3 credit hours of upper-division, non-INTA coursework to count toward completion of the minor if that coursework is clearly relevant to International Affairs.
- All course prerequisites must be satisfied in order to register for upper-division coursework.
- A complete set of guidelines for undergraduate minors is available on the Georgia Tech Course Catalog website.