The rhetoric and reason minor is an interdisciplinary program comprised of courses drawn from the humanities, social and natural sciences. The rhetoric and reason minor provides a foundation in thinking creatively and analytically. The program engages students in the pursuit of the practical and theoretical questions at the heart of human interactions and endeavors. Students must meet all applicable requirements listed in the Minors section of this catalog, including the Minor residence requirement.
Requirements for the Minor
24 credits (12 required, and 12 selected from electives list)