Critical thinking, clear communication, adaptability to new environments and situations, intercultural competence - these are the skills that ambitious students gain from majoring or minoring in a SILLC discipline.


Department Minor
SILLC Minor in Intercultural Studies
Africana Studies Minor in Africana Studies (focus on Africa, North America, or Latin Am/Caribbean) (18 units)
Asian Pacific American Studies Minor in Asian Pacific American Studies (18 units)
Critical Languages Program Thematic Minor in a Critical Language (18 units) - Hindi, Korean, and more...
East Asian Studies Minors in Chinese, East Asian Studies, or Japanese (18/20 units, track available in English)
French & Italian Minor in French, including Business French (23 units, track available in English)
  Minor in Italian Studies (20 units, track available in English)
German Studies Minor in German with emphasis on language or culture (23 units)
Religious Studies & Classics (Classics) Minors in Classical Civilization (18 units),  Ancient Greek (19 units), or Latin (20 units); Minor in New Testament Language & Literature (19 units)
Religious Studies & Classics (Religious Studies) Minor in Religious Studies  (18 units), Minor in Religious Studies for Health Professionals (18 units), Minor in New Testament Language & Literature (19 units)
Russian & Slavic Studies Minor in Russian and Slavic Studies, including Business Russian (20/21 units, track available in English)

Graduates who have double majored or minored in a SILLC discipline have or have had the following positions:

Business, Finance
  • Line Producer/Project Manager
  • Office Assistant at Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development
  • Manager of Business Development
  • Assistant Operations Manager in Germany
  • CEO of 1-800 Dentist
  • Wine and Champagne Sales Representative
  • Audit Analyst
  • Licensing Coordinator
  • Financial Analyst in corporate and investment bank
  • Financial Consultant
  • Vice-President, Relationship Manager at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Mutual Fund Annuity Group
  • Broker
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Marketing Program Manager
  • Marketing Communications Specialist
  • Brand Manager
  • Account Manager
  • Chargée de Mission
  • Quality Assurance Analyst
  • Account Supervisor
  • Corporate Auditor
  • Buyer
  • Business Development Ambassador
  • Assistant Baker Manager
Textiles and Fashion
  • Employed by Charles River Apparel
  • Associate Merchant at Talbots
  • Employed by Preserve, a textiles company
  • Merchant Assistant at Bloomingdale’s
Public Relations, Communication, Consulting
  • Professional Radio DJ
  • Customer Service Coordinator at FEDEX
  • Analyst at consulting firm
  • Conference Manager
  • Creative Writer on site company
  • Administrative Associate
  • Project Manager
  • Employed by Security Software Company
  • International Resources Committee
  • Career Specialist
  • Media and Telecom Specialist
  • Translator
  • Writer & Published Author
  • Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor at universities/colleges
  • Chair, Head, Director of departments and schools at universities/colleges
  • High School English Teacher in France
  • College English Teacher in Japan
  • Program Administrator

Ready to Declare?

Thank you for your interest, there are many benefits of majoring or minoring in a SILLC discipline! Declare a major or minor in one of the following ways:

In Person

To declare a major or minor, make an appointment with the College of Humanities Academic Advising Center.

Online form

Complete the online Major/Minor declaration form (NetID required). A faculty advisor will follow up to schedule a meeting. If you do not hear from a faculty advisor within a week, please contact the College of Humanities Academic Advising Center (cohadv@email.arizona.edu).