Interdisciplinary Minors

The interdisciplinary minor combines coursework from multiple departments to provide insight into the intersection of various disciplines in a particular field of study.

  • Applied Theatre Arts/Education (School of Theatre/Rossier School of Education)
  • Arabic and Middle East Studies (Dornsife College, Linguistics)
  • Biotechnology (Dornsife College, Biological Sciences and Chemistry/Marshall School of Business)
  • Cinema-Television for the Health Professions (School of Cinematic Arts/Keck School of Medicine)
  • Communication and the Entertainment Industry (Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism)
  • Communication Design (Roski School of Fine Arts)
  • Construction Planning and Management (Viterbi School of Engineering, Civil Engineering/Price School of Public Policy)
  • Craniofacial and Dental Technology (School of Dentistry, Viterbi School of Engineering, Dornsife College)
  • Critical Approaches to Leadership (Dornsife College, Interdisciplinary Studies)
  • Folklore and Popular Culture (Dornsife College, Anthropology)
  • Global Communication (Dornsife College, International Relations/Annenberg School for Communication)
  • Health Communication (Keck School of Medicine, Preventive Medicine)
  • Human Resource Management (Marshall School of Business, Management and Organization)
  • Human Rights (Dornsife College, Political Science)
  • Interactive Multimedia (Viterbi School of Engineering, Multimedia and Creative Technologies)
  • International Policy and Management (Dornsife College, International Relations/Price School of Public Policy)
  • Nonprofits, Philanthropy and Volunteerism (Price School of Public Policy/Dornsife College, International Relations/Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism)
  • Photography and Social Change (Dornsife College, Anthropology/Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism)
  • Political Organizing in the Digital Age (Dornsife College, Political Science and International Relations/Viterbi School of Engineering/Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism/Price School of Public Policy)
  • Psychology and Law (Gould School of Law/Dornsife College, Psychology)
  • Thematic Approaches to Humanities and Society (Dornsife College, Thematic Option)
  • 3-D Animation (Viterbi School of Engineering, Information Technology Program/School of Cinematic Arts/Roski School of Fine Arts)
  • 3-D Art for Games (Roski School of Fine Arts/School of Cinematic Arts/Viterbi School of Engineering, Computer Science)
  • 2-D Art for Games (Roski School of Fine Arts/School of Cinematic Arts/Viterbi School of Engineering, Computer Science)
  • Video Game Design and Management (Viterbi School of Engineering, Information Technology Program/School of Cinematic Arts)

For a complete listing of minor requirements, please visit the USC Catalogue