In general, students in the Wilder School minor in the same areas available as majors. Each of these minors requires course work totaling at least 18 credits as outlined below. Students also must consult a faculty adviser in the appropriate subject.
Minor in Criminal Justice
The criminal justice minor is offered for those students who are interested in a theoretical and practical education in the field of criminal justice. For more information, please visit the VCU Bulletins website.
Minor in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
A minor in homeland security and emergency preparedness consists of 18 credits. For more information, please visit the VCU Bulletins website.
Minor in Public Management
A minor in public management is designed for students who wish to prepare for a variety of employment opportunities in government and related fields. It provides an overview of public affairs at the national, state and local levels. For more information, please visit the VCU Bulletins website.
Minor in Nonprofit Management and Administration
The minor in nonprofit management and administration is designed for students preparing for entry-level employment in nonprofit and non-governmental organizations as managers, fundraisers and program evaluators. It also prepares students for graduate study in public administration, law, urban planning and public policy, among others. For more information, please see the VCU Bulletin.
See VCU Courses.