Minor & Subsidiary
Faculty of Arts
N.B. New range of Arts Faculty Minors in 2016-2017
The information on these pages applies to academic year 2015-2016. The range of Minors offered by the Faculty of Arts will probably change radically in 2016-2017. As of that academic year, students will not choose a Minor until their third year, and this Minor will be strongly career oriented. More information will follow in the course of academic year 2015-2016. Keep an eye on our website.
The choice of a Minor and a Subsidiary alongside your Major creates a lot of space for an individual slant to your degree programme.
Deepening or broadening
For example, you can choose one or more academic fields alongside your Major (broadening).Or maybe you prefer course units that are closely related or an extension of your Major (deepening).
MinorAll of the Bachelor’s degree programmes at the Faculty of Arts have reserved 30 ECTS credit points for the Minor.You can choose your Minor from the list of Minors drawn up by your degree programme. Minors by degree programme
SubsidiaryIn addition to the Minor, you can further tailor your degree programme with a Subsidiary (30 ECTS). You are free to choose:
- an extra Minor worth 30 ECTS (e.g. a second Faculty Minor, a University Minor or a Minor at a different faculty/university)
- a specialization programme worth 20 ECTS (supplemented with electives up to a total of 30 ECTS)
- a Bachelor’s placement (10 ECTS)
- a study period abroad
University MinorsStudents of the Faculty of Arts can choose a University Minor from a different faculty as their Subsidiary.They can thus familiarize themselves with a different academic field and gain an understanding of the knowledge, methodologies and applications used there.Here is a list of University Minors from all faculties for academic year 2014-2015.
Students from a different faculty or universitySome course units are also open to students from other faculties or other universities.Please contact the relevant coordinator if you would like more information.
English-taught course units
Some course units are taught in English.Take a look at the online course catalogue (OCASYS) to see which languages course units are taught in.
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