Advisor: Michael J. Neth, Department of English
The Great Books interdisciplinary minor is designed to offer students the opportunity to broaden their undergraduate education and supplement their own major field by studying the most important and influential texts in a number of different disciplines. Students will be presented with the ways in which some of the most significant books ever written shaped, altered, and influenced the formation of human civilization.
The Great Books minor requires a minimum of 18 hours of courses, with the provision that no more than 6 hours may be taken in a single department. The program advisor may approve the substitution of courses under some circumstances.