Becoming an IS minor
The IS minor is open to all BC undergraduates who submit an acceptable course of study, ideally by October of their Junior year, before the last day of drop/add.
Our minors must earn 18 credits from six courses (including two foundations courses and four electives in one of four concentrations); they must demonstrate intermediate proficiency in one modern foreign language (even if their home school at BC doesn’t require it); and they usually study abroad. Please note that the Carroll School of Management no longer offers its own International Studies minor for its students, but CSOM freshmen are welcome to apply to the IS Program minor in the Morrrissey College.
- Read more about our minor, and about the differences between the major and minor.
- Make an appointment with a one of our Peer Advisors to talk about the minor.
- To declare your IS minor, download and fill out the IS Minor Course Plan, and submit it to Ms. Joyce via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in print to Gasson 104.