Astronomy Minor

A minor in astronomy requires 27 to 29 credit hours. At least 9 of those credit hours must be 300 level or above. Astronomy is the study of the universe and its contents including planets, stars, galaxies, and clusters. A minor in astronomy would be particularly useful to those students majoring in the physical or biological sciences and math. An astronomy minor can help expand employment and educational opportunities in graduate school, government, and industry.

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Astronomy minor curriculum (PDF) (DOC)