Asian Studies (Minor)
With a minor in Asian studies from Creighton, you will gain a broad understanding of Asian cultures and develop an awareness of the important events happening in the Asian world.
Students who minor in Asian studies are able to understand Asia and its people and thereby become more culturally aware professionals, such as medical practitioners, lawyers, teachers and international business negotiators.
An Asian studies minor is for anyone who enjoys interdisciplinary studies and wants to learn more about the Asian world.
Creighton’s program gives students a solid foundation in philosophy, religion, history and political science and prepares them for further study in the field.
Creighton admissions are based upon:
- High school GPA
- ACT or SAT scores*
- Extracurricular activities
- Personal statement to demonstrate creative abilities not reflected in your transcripts
- Recommendation from high school counselor
- Honors sections and advanced placement courses will enhance a candidate’s application
*For students who are choosing to apply test-optional, ACT/SAT exam scores are not required at the time of application for admission.
A student may not declare a minor until he or she has been accepted into a major. Students declare minors with the minor declaration form.
Eighteen credits of coursework are required to complete a minor. Students must achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.00 in courses toward the minor.
Dates & Deadlines
Applications for the fall semester open on Aug. 1 of the prior year. For scholarship consideration, the earlier you complete your undergraduate application, the better. For up-to-date deadlines, visit our admissions page.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition rates are updated each year. Visit our financial aid site to learn more about the cost of attendance.
Creighton University’s Financial Aid Office administers over $200,000,000 in student aid each year from federal, state, institutional and private sources.
To help make your undergraduate studies at Creighton University more affordable, we encourage you to file the FAFSA to apply for financial assistance. A variety of scholarships are also available.