Cajun & Creole Studies Minor
Designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of the cultural heritage of French-speaking Louisiana, the interdisciplinary minor in Cajun and Creole Studies is especially appropriate for those wishing to work in the tourism industry, education, and public relations.
Courses available for students in the Cajun and Creole Studies minor cover anthropology, history, architecture, French, geography, and music.
The minor consists of a minimum of 18 credit hours (generally 6 courses) in an approved area. At least 6 hours must be completed at the 300 or 400 level.