Minors

Expand your knowledge and complement your major.

At Lynn University, you can enhance your bachelor’s degree by adding a minor to your studies. Each minor requires that you complete five courses (15 credits) in addition to the classes/credits required by your degree program.

Arts and sciences

  • Biology 
  • Criminal justice 
  • Environmental studies 
  • Forensic science 
  • Political science 
  • Psychology

Business and management

  • Aviation management
  • Digital product design
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Event management
  • Fashion and retail
  • Hospitality management
  • International business management
  • Marketing
  • Sports management

Education

  • Elementary education

International communication

  • Advertising
  • Communication 
  • Drama 
  • Emerging media 
  • Film 
  • Digital art and design 
  • Multimedia journalism 
  • Musical theater 
  • Photography 
  • Public relations 
  • Social media
  • Television

iLynn

  • Advertising and public relations
  • Communication and media
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