Interdisciplinary minors allow students to supplement their major by grouping elective courses to focus on a particular topic from the perspective of different academic disciplines. In general, an interdisciplinary minor consists of four to six courses (16-24 credits) of related course work selected from no fewer than three departments. At least 12 of the required credits will be in courses beyond the introductory level. An interdisciplinary minor may be completed in addition to any major. Students must only meet the requirements of the minor of interest. Typically, courses may be completed at any time during a student’s program at Furman and in any order. Students may declare an interdisciplinary minor at any point throughout their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.