Software Development Minor


19 Credits


Student Learning Outcomes:

Students completing the minor in Software Development will:

Demonstrate competency in programming specific to their chosen track

Design programs/applications according to accepted principles of software engineering


Core: 13 Credits

IS 222 Programming Logic and Design

MA 332 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

IS 235 Software Engineering

IS 336, 337 C++ Programming and Lab


Economics Minor


Economics is a discipline that examines society's responses to the problem of scarcity. This necessitates that people make choices, and hence, deals with decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking. Economics courses are offered to fulfill the social science requirement in the General Education Requirements and to support the various majors offered by the Business Administration Division and various interdisciplinary majors. Although there is no major offered in Economics, students may obtain a minor.

Public Relations Minor

18 Credits
Core Requirements (12 credits):

CA 201 Interpersonal Communication
CA 220 Newswriting
CA 250 Mass Communication
CA 374 Presentation Techniques

Two of the Following (six credits):
CA 313 Event/Play Production Apprenticeship
CA 323 Media Writing
CA 324 Advanced Media Writing
CA 380 Organizational Communication/
PR Case Studies
CA 410 Public Relations Practicum

Binary Program in Engineering

Students who are interested in pursuing a career in engineering may enter the Binary Program in Engineering. Students who major in mathematics or science at Notre Dame College can apply for admission to a binary program at Case Western Reserve University. The application should be made during the junior year. However, a freshman entering Notre Dame College should make known to the academic advisor the intent to enter the binary program so that appropriate course selection may occur.

Area of Concentration for Middle childhood license (Gr. 4-9)

20 Credits

BI 110, 111, or
112, 113 General Biology and Lab
BI 200, 201 Environmental Science and Lab
CH 100, 101 General Chemistry or
CH 111, 113 College Chemistry and Lab
CH 220, 221 Earth Science and Lab
PS 150, 151 Concepts in Physics and Lab
See EDUCATION for Professional Education Requirements.

Adolescent to Young Adult License in Life Science (Gr. 7-12)

54 Credits

Biology Requirements:
BI 110, 111,
112, 113 General Biology and Lab
BI 270, 271 Cell Biology and Lab
BI 310, 311 Ecology and Lab

Eight credits from:
BI 300, 301 Mammalian Anatomy and
Physiology I and Lab
BI 302, 303 Mammalian Anatomy and
Physiology II and Lab
BI 320 Evolution
BI 420, 421 Developmental Biology and Lab
Eight credits from:
BI 340, 341 Parasitology and Lab

Multimedia Minor

Required Courses (Six Credits):
AR 114 Introduction to Graphic Design
AR 221 Basic Design

+ 12 Credits from the following:
AR 223 Graphic Design I
AR 224 Graphic Design II
IS 243 Multimedia Development
IS 245 Web Site Design and Development
IS 443 Advanced Multimedia Development

Sociology Minor

18 Credits
SO 201 Introduction to Sociology
SO 222 Problems of Contemporary Society
SO 320 Marriage and Family in a Diverse Society

Plus 9 credits from upper biennium offerings in Sociology.

Coaching Minor

18-21 Credits
An excellent minor for education majors and anyone interested in coaching in a school or recreational setting. Upon completing the minor students will be able to demonstrate the skills and abilities needed to coach a variety of sports. This minor includes CPR and a First Aid Certificate as required by the State of Ohio for School Athletic Coaches.


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