What is the minor?
- An exciting interdisciplinary program that provides students with knowledge, skills, and opportunities to engage as citizens and community members in the 21st century
- A supplement to students’ major expertise that provides greater breadth of experiences for personal growth and public good
- An opportunity for students to distinguish themselves through training in how to use knowledge to improve individual, community, and society level outcomes
- An exciting way to build connections, friendships, and collaborations with students and faculty from diverse disciplines across the entire UCI campus
Who can enroll?
- All undergraduate students on campus are eligible, regardless of major
- Students who want to make a difference in our world, at the local, national, or international level, are especially encouraged
What is required?
Students must take 2 core courses, 4 electives, and an internship. Many of the courses students already take meet the elective requirements. Also, the required internships or field placements, and service learning courses offered across the campus meet the internship requirement. Some courses count both toward students’ major and the minor. Students can also petition to have other courses count as electives so long as the courses’ content is consistent with the goals of the minor. Finally within the minor is a specialty track on poverty that provides an even greater range of hands on experiences and opportunities for students.
How do I find out more information?
- Check out the Blum Center Website (under education)
- Read about the minor in the course catalogue
- Plan your requirements with this sample form (poverty track)
- Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your questions
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