SPEA Minors: Open to all IU Students
SPEA’s multidisciplinary faculty and curricula address environmental, health, public policy, and management issues from a variety of perspectives, making a SPEA minor an ideal complement to majors from across many fields. Any Indiana University student enrolled in a bachelor’s program (and in good academic standing) may pursue one (or more) of the minors offered by the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Students should check with their degree-granting unit to make sure they are eligible for the SPEA minor(s) of their choice.
General Policies and Procedures
Each minor requires 15 hours of specified courses with a 2.00 grade point average, and none of the courses may be taken by correspondence through the School of Continuing Studies. SPEA students may only double-count 6 of the required 15 credit hours in other SPEA major or minor requirements. Non-SPEA majors cannot double count courses between SPEA minors and/or certificates. SPEA students may earn up to three minors from SPEA, but each minor must have at least 9 hours that are not satisfying other major or minor requirements.
Download an info sheet with all our minors and required coursework.
The following minor areas are available on the Bloomington campus:
- Public and Environmental Affairs
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Science and Health
- Health Systems Administration
- Human Resources
- Information Systems
- Law and Public Policy
- Nonprofit Management
- Policy Studies
- Public Finance
- Education Policy
You must see a SPEA Advisor to apply for a minor. Please call (812) 855-0635 to schedule an appointment. Or, you may direct your questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.