List of available minors

The student is encouraged to broaden his or her intellectual and professional horizons by choosing a minor worth 30 course credits from the list below or the list of UCLouvain minors approved by the bachelors’ committee; acceptance to certain minors is subject to the fulfilment of conditions.

The 30 course credits for the minor will be allocated so that they total the student’s 60 course credits for his or her annual programme when added to his or her major studies.

The study adviser, Fiorella Flamini, is available to students seeking advice on their choice of minor.

> Minor in Law (access)
> Minor in German Studies (*)
> Minor in English Studies (*)
> Minor in Antiquity: Egypt, Eastern World, Greece, Rome
> Minor in Urban Architecture
> Minor in History of Art and Archeology
> Minor in Chinese studies
> Minor in Information and Communication (*)
> Minor in Criminology
> Minor in Culture and Creation
> Minor in Scientific Culture
> Minor in Development and Environment
> Minor in Sustainable Development (*)
> Minor in Economics
> Minor in European Studies
> Minor in Education (*)
> Minor in French Studies (*)
> Minor in Gender Studies
> Minor in Geography (*)
> Minor in Mangement (basic knowledge)
> Minor in Spanish Studies (*)
> Minor in History
> Minor in Human and Social Sciences
> Minor in Arabic language and Islamic civilization
> Minor in Italian Studies (*)
> Minor in Linguistics
> Minor in Literary Studies
> Minor in Medieval Studies
> Minor in entrepreneurship (*)
> Minor in Musicology
> Minor in Dutch Studies (*)
> Minor in Law (openness)
> Minor in Economics (open)
> Minor in Oriental Studies
> Mineure en statistique et science des données
> Minor in Sciences of Religions (openness)
> Minor in Sociology and Anthropology
> Minor in Population and Development Studies
> Minor in Political Sciences
> Minor in Statistics, Actuarial Sciences and Data Sciences
> Minor in numerical technologies and society
> Minor in Christian Theology
> Minor in Biomedicine (openness) (*)

(*) This programme is the subject of access criteria