The College offers a program of interdisciplinary minors that is related to a specific area of concentration, and concludes with a comprehensive examination. The student awarded an interdisciplinary minor has achieved a level of academic excellence in the designated area of study.
Students must declare the minor prior to the pre-registration period for the fall of their senior year unless otherwise specified.
A student with an interest in an interdisciplinary minor may experience irresolvable conflicts in scheduling, the cancellation of a course because of under enrollment, the absence of faculty in a program due to other teaching assignments or sabbaticals. The College does not guarantee a particular interdisciplinary minor nor a course in a particular program needed by a student to enter or complete an interdisciplinary minor. A student who does not complete an interdisciplinary minor in the course of his or her baccalaureate studies at the College may not initiate or complete an interdisciplinary minor after earning a baccalaureate degree from Saint Anselm College.
The faculty monitor the academic strength and appropriateness of the courses in a particular program, and also the rigor of the comprehensive examination required in every interdisciplinary minor.