What is a Cluster?

A non-major cluster is a grouping of classes that are related or thematic, like Pre-law, Management, HTS, or Pre-health sciences.  The purpose of the cluster is to give students a secondary area of specialization and provide additional depth to the undergraduate program.  Students are encouraged to use cluster classes towards minors or certificates in other subject areas.  INTA majors must complete a 15-credit non-major cluster, and EIA majors must complete a 9-credit non-major cluster, but for IAML students, the cluster is optional because IAML majors already graduate with significant specializations in International Affairs AND modern language.  Clusters must be approved by the INTA advisor.  Find out more on Canvas.

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