Applied Design (Undergraduate Minor)
Any student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences interested in enrolling in this minor should contact the Community Development and Applied Economics Department. If accepted, the student will be assigned a "minor advisor" from the department who must approve all program plans and course selections.
Nine credits in required courses: CDAE 015; CDAE 001 or CDAE 016, CDAE 101 or CDAE 231 plus two additional elective courses at of above the 100-level, approved by the student's advisor to define an applied design focus for a total of 15 credits.
Arts and Sciences Majors: Nine of the 15 hours must be at the 100-level or above. The Applied Design minor is not available to students majoring or minoring in Studio Art.
- Colleges and Schools: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
- Departments and Programs: Community Development and Applied Economics Department.