SJC Online Bachelor’s Minor Programs
Expand your area of study and gain a well-rounded degree by pairing your major with a minor.
Expand your career opportunities.
Want to expand your professional opportunities with a general knowledge of management, business law, marketing and accounting? Our minor is perfect for you. You'll also be able to focus in on additional business concepts and functions of your choice.
Augment your degree.
Learn about the fundamental processes of police, courts and correctional systems. Acquire specialized knowledge of theories of crime causation, measurement and societal responses through social control. Be on the cutting edge with a complex skillset applicable to your future professional goals.
Writing skills are in demand.
A minor in English complements practically any major. Students gain transferable skills in writing, communication, analysis and critical thinking, among many more, all while studying the world of literature, film and art.
Explore your approach to history.
Pursue courses in American, European and global history to build the foundation for your history minor. Explore the comprehensive history education that St. Joseph’s College offers.
Gain a firm foundation in marketing principles.
Expand your career opportunities with a minor in marketing. Learn how to weigh your newfound knowledge against the understanding of consumer behavior, and fine tune the tools needed to develop marketing elements.
Study current psychology trends and practices.
A minor in psychology provides practitioners with an advanced study of current psychology trends and practices. Gain a fundamental understanding of how people feel, think and behave — knowledge that will serve to benefit you in nearly any field.
Develop your religious studies specialization.
The religious studies minor can enhance personal interests or help students pursue graduate work in religious studies or theology. This minor is valuable to those who wish to appreciate the beliefs of all people within their cultural and historical development, teach in a religiously affiliated school, or become engaged in a form of a church-based ministry.