When accessing the bachelor's cycle (annual block 2), students are invited to broaden their educational horizons by choosing a minor (see list at the bottom of the page).
What is a minor?
It is a kind of 30-credit option integrated into the bachelor's programme and it allows students to discover another discipline of the Faculty or of another faculty.
Some minors allow easier access to a Master's degree (see the admission requirements for the Master's degree in question).
Please note that it is not possible to register for a minor outside the bachelor's degree!
Consisting of a coherent set of courses, whether or not linked to the Bachelor's programme major, the minor allows students to reflect on their personal learning project and to define the emphasis and meaning they wishe to give to their training path.
This opportunity is not decisive, as there are other ways of orienting one's course afterwards, for example by adding a preparatory module to access another Master's degree.
Students select a minor from the list below. Access to the minors marked with an asterisk (*) is subject to compliance with certain conditions (admission test, application file, etc.) which must be taken into account before enrolling.
Do you need advice?
Any student of the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters who wishes to be advised in his or her choice of minor is invited to contact Ms Fiorella Flamini, study advisor of the Faculty (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students divide the 30 credits of the minor between the annual block 2 and the annual block 3 of their bachelor's programme, so that their course programme (major + minor) comprises 60 credits each academic year.
List of minors available to this Bachelor's degree
(*) This programme is the subject of access criteria