The mission of Texas Wesleyan University includes developing students to their full potential as individuals and members of the world community.
A critical goal of this minor involves increasing the marketability of major degrees by adding important intercultural competencies. Studies show that employers in most industries increasingly value applicants with international exposure and experience over those who don't.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can courses I take for GEC requirements or for my major also count towards the minor at the same time?
Q: How do I sign up for the minor?
A: See the Advising and Administration for form and instructions.
Q: Do I need to take credits above and beyond the 128 required to graduate in order to complete this minor?
A: No, most students will be able to fit the 18 required credits within the 128 total required for graduation.
Q: Who will advise me for this minor?
A: Please ask your major advisor which courses are most appropriate for you. However, both the Faculty Liaison for International Studies and the Director of International Programs are available for questions.
The annual Expanding Your
Horizons Conference covers
twenty fields of study from in
the disciplines of Math and
International Programs Office
Location: Brown Lupton Building,
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm