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From the Auburn University Bulletin
In fulfilling a minor, students may use any free electives or supporting course work required by their academic programs and additional course work above and beyond that required for graduation in their academic programs.
(The phrase ”supporting course work“ designates courses that are required for the completion of a specific academic program but not included in the University Core Curriculum, the major, the school or college core curriculum (if any), the minor (if required), and free electives. Supporting course work may be used in satisfying the requirements for a minor if a minor is not required by the academic major.)
Courses a student has taken in fulfillment of the University Core Curriculum, the school/college core curriculum (if any) or the major may not be included in a minor. Some academic programs may require students to earn a minor. Students whose academic programs do not require a minor are free to earn one, though in such cases they should recognize that fulfilling the requirements for a minor may delay their graduation.
Students may not earn more than two minors or major and minor in the same field of study or discipline. In addition, students may not be awarded a minor after the degree for the major has been awarded.
No course taken under the S/U option may be counted toward a minor. Students must earn a minimum overall grade average of C (2.0) on all course work in the minor. Individual colleges, schools and departments may have higher grade point requirements.