Customize your degree by adding an interdisciplinary program.
The African American and Africana studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor that offers an introduction to the study of African intellectual heritages locally and globally.
The minor in Asian studies provides a broad background in Asian culture, history, language and politics, allowing you to explore Asia from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
The British and colonial/post-colonial studies minor is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the culture and history of Great Britain and its former and current colonies.
Minoring in classical studies gives you the opportunity to study the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome through a range of perspectives and approaches.
Comparative race and ethnic studies encourages students to critically examine racial and ethnic identities as an essential step in becoming ethical citizens and leaders in today’s global community.
The Human-Animal Relationships minor gives you the chance to explore the crucial, diverse, yet often overlooked roles animals play in human society, culture and well-being.
Latina/o studies minors explore the multiple cultures and traditions of the Latina/o world in the United States, and their significance in American life.
Middle East studies students gain a comprehensive understanding of the history, religion, culture and politics of the Middle East and North Africa.
TCU’s interdisciplinary program in urban studies is available to any undergraduate student seeking a multi-disciplinary exploration of cities, an understanding of urban life challenges and the capacity to improve your community.