WHAT IS A MINOR?
A minor is a complete package of electives/single courses in a specific academic area. A minor typically consists of 3 courses. In the description for each minor, you can see which courses it consists of.
Why take a minor?
Taking a minor gives you a specialisation in the minor's academic area. You achieve this specialisation because the minor consists of a number of interconnected courses in the same academic area.
If there is no minor in the area(s) you would like to specialise in, or if do not get a place in the minor of your choice, you can specialise by taking single courses in the relevant academic area.
HOW DO I OBTAIN A MINOR?
All single courses included in the minor are offered in the autumn semester. To obtain a minor, you must be registered for all the courses included in the minor in the same semester. Furthermore, you must pass the exam for each course to obtain the minor.
Only in the case of minors offered by MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law, you can be registered for courses included in the minor in different semesters, and still obtain the minor.
REGISTRATION FOR MINORS
You can read more about how to register for single courses under Registration and deadlines.