Majors, minors, specializations and concentrations. All of this “college jargon” can become confusing for college students and become difficult to decipher exactly what each means and what each actually does for a student. Even most college graduates aren't exactly sure what some of these aspects mean unless they have earned the honors themselves. But, as a college student, you should be aware of what your options are. Some degrees require you to have a minor or specialization, while others do not. Even if your major or degree pursuit does not require you to have a minor, it can be beneficial to take one on in order to provide yourself with a well-rounded education. As a bonus, you’ll be able to learn more about a subject you’re passionate about.If you haven’t considered getting a minor, here are some reasons why you may want to consider it:Many students intend on minoring in a subject only to discover that they love the subject matter enough to pursue it full-time in order to gain an additional degree.
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