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How many credits do you need to achieve a minor?

fairytaleendingsfairytaleendings Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
edited January 2011 in Syracuse University
I saw somewhere, someone said 18 credits, so about 6 classes if each course is worth 3 credits. Is that correct?

And what about majors?

Or do both minors and major credits depend on what you're minoring and majoring in?

Thank you.
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