Choose from a Variety of Academic Majors and Minors.
A minor is a course sequence within an area of study providing a degree of specialization within that area, a specialty within a discipline, or a specialty integrating several disciplines. Minors will contain a balance of introductory and advanced coursework. Minors are designed to be completed within the same time frame allowed for completion of the baccalaureate or associate degree. After matriculating in a program, students wishing to obtain a minor shall contact the coordinator of the minor to initiate the process. Nine credits of minor coursework must be at the upper-division level. A minimum of 12 credit hours of a minor must be completed in courses offered at SUNY Canton.
It is strongly recommended that students consult with a Financial Aid and/or Student Accounts Counselor before enrolling in a minor.
- Aging in Society
- Applied Physics
- Applied Psychology
- Criminal Justice Administration
- Early Childhood Studies
- Environmental Technology
- Forensic Science
- Forensic Victimology
- Foundations in Mind-Body Wellness
- Fraud Examination
- Gender Studies
- Graphic and Multimedia Design
- Health Care Management
- Homeland Security
- Hospitality Management
- Legal Studies
- Management Information Systems
- Marketing Management
- Veterinary Service Administration
- Writing & Communication