Bryn Athyn College offers minors designed to complement the BA/BS programs. Students wishing to include another specific program of study in addition to their major may consider enrolling in any of these minors. Students may not receive a minor in the same field in which they are majoring. Students wishing to enroll in a minor must do so prior to accumulating 93 credits. Bryn Athyn College uses a common application form for all of the minors. Forms are also available at the Registrar's Office. Some of the minors have entrance requirements but most do not. In order to be awarded a minor, students must fulfill the baccalaureate requirements (Core Program and Major Requirements) in addition to the Minor Requirements.
|Art History is the study of the visual arts in their historical, social, and intellectual contexts. At Bryn Athyn College, a minor in Art History is earned by 18 credit hours of introductory and upper-level coursework in the History of Art, with an option to fulfill three of those credits in a studio art class. Art History Minor Checklist
|The biology minor ensures an understanding of the structure and function of life on earth while supporting students in pursuit of an associated major. Biology Minor Checklist
|The minor in business exposes students to critical areas in business management, including accounting, finance, business law, marketing, and human resource management. Business Minor Checklist
The communications minor prepares graduates to engage confidently with the many workplaces that rely on solid communications skills. Students learn a variety of approaches to and practical applications of professional writing, public speaking, analytic thinking, web development, and graphic design. Communications Minor Checklist
|The minor in computer science exposes students to a variety of practical and theoretical topics, including structured programming, data organization, complexity, and logic. Computer Science Minor Checklist
|The dance minor encourages self-expression, cooperation, and the development of individual technique, while providing instruction in choreography and performance skills. Dance Minor Checklist
Data science is the process of acquiring, organizing, and analyzing data to allow informed decision making. Students who complete the Data Science program will be able to:
|The minor in education exposes students to important topics in education including human development, educational psychology, lesson planning, and special education. Students planning to teach upper grades in a General Church elementary school gain classroom teaching experience. Education Minor Checklist
|The English minor provides students an opportunity to engage with a variety of significant literature, and to develop skills in reading, writing, criticism, and communication. English Minor Checklist
|The minor in finance provides students majoring in the liberal arts with specific knowledge and skills related to finance. Finance Minor Checklist
|The discipline of history examines past human societies and their approaches to vital questions and problems by exploring the complex web of cause and effect through time. Students pursuing the history minor are exposed to a variety of historical cultures and challenged to explain the implications of choice in human history. History Minor Checklist
|The Law and Society minor is a multidisciplinary program that explores intersecting viewpoints on law, justice, and the legal system in society. The Law and Society minor helps prepare students for careers in professions related to law, the legal system, justice in society, or public service. Law and Society Minor Checklist
|The minor in marketing provides students majoring in the liberal arts with specific knowledge and skills related to marketing. Marketing Minor Checklist
|The minor in mathematics offers students a closer look at the areas of higher mathematics and computer science. Mathematics Minor Checklist
|Bryn Athyn College’s Medieval Studies minor is an interdisciplinary undertaking that exposes students to the history, art, religion, literature, and culture of the Middle Ages (c. 500 CE – 1500 CE). Students in the minor come to appreciate the complexity of human experience during the medieval period and its value for understanding the development of contemporary societies. Medieval Studies Minor Checklist
|The minor in Performing Arts enables students who are interested in Dance, Theater, and Music to organize courses in these subjects into a directed study. Students take courses in all three areas, with some allowance to focus on a specific discipline. Courses focus on technique, composition, theory, and/or design. More info about Performing Arts Minor.
|The philosophy minor provides students an opportunity to develop their critical thinking skills and ethical literacy while reflecting on and discussing the fundamental questions of life and values. Philosophy Minor Checklist
|The Physical Science minor provides students exposure to the physical sciences and mathematics. Students have a choice among several courses in chemistry or mathematics as well as the option to complete an internship or independent study in physics or chemistry. More info about Physical Science Minor.
|The psychology minor provides a valuable opportunity for students involved in other areas of study to enhance their knowledge of human behavior, motivation, decision-making, and interactions. Psychology Minor Checklist
|The religion minor allows students to enrich their studies with an overall comprehension of the doctrines of the New Church. Religion Minor Checklist