Students may select any of the following minors: Information Technology (IT), Network and Systems Engineering (NSE), Administration, Public Administration, and Legal Studies.
Information Technology Minor
This minor is designed to provide students with the basic theoretical knowledge and technical skills required by today's information technology professionals. The minor courses are also available in a distance delivery format (online)
This minor is designed for students choosing to focus on the administrative and leadership competencies needed by all organizations, whether private, public, or non-profit, in order to achieve their missions and goals.
Public Administration Minor
This minor is designed for working professional in public, not-for-profit organizations who wish to pursue a career in public management. It provides students with the principles essential to the effective management of all public agencies.
Legal Studies Minor
The Legal Studies minor is designed to provide a broad background in Fundamental legal studies related to work in law firms, financial institutions, insurance companies, governmental agencies or related entities.
Each student is paired with an academic advisor who assists the student in attaining educational goals and fulfilling Barry University requirements. Academic advisors aid students by:
- Helping prospective students to define educational goals, select a program of study, and apply to the University.
- Working with students in selecting appropriate coursework each term and in interpreting institutional requirements.
- Assisting students in the portfolio process.
- Referring students to appropriate institutional services and resources beyond the scope of the advisor.
- Evaluating student's progress on a regular basis relative to the student's goals and Barry University's requirements, including verification of degree completion.
Academic advisors are in all locations. For continuity, it is important that the student retain the same advisor throughout the program.
While Barry University provides academic advising, the responsibility for planning individual programs rests with the students. Students are expected to become familiar with the requirements of the university, the College of Arts and Sciences, and their major disciplines