I would recommend reviewing all your possible minors, reviewing what you are interested in doing after college, and meeting with your adviser.
1) It sounds like there are a few minors you would be interested in, but can't complete due to conflict with you major. So, make a list of what you can do! By actually compiling a list of the minors you can complete you'll start to narrow in on what on that list actually interests you.
2) After creating a list of the minors that you can complete and are interested in, I would recommend putting that list away and thinking just about yourself. Is there a career path you've always wanted or something you've just always found naturally appealing? Do your best to discover what you are interested in and what you want in the future.
3) I would recommend that you set up a time to meet with your adviser and show them what you have worked on. Show them the list of minors you could potentially complete and then talk about your interests. Advisers have been guiding students for years and will have a good idea of how to connect your passion to your minor.
Best of luck, I hope you find the right minor for you and your interests!
Last updated Nov 10 '17 at 13:12
This professional recommends the following next steps:
Create a list of potential minors, discover what your true interests are, meet with your adviser and discuss