The Sociology minor is designed to give students a basic understanding of society and how individual behavior is influenced by the larger social world. It also provides insight into social relations and organizations, which is valuable in all fields. A minor in Sociology can be beneficial in a variety of careers such as social services, education, human rights, health and wellness, justice, advocacy, and research.
ISSOC 125 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 301 Sociological Research Methods
SOC 305 Sociological Theory
Select two additional Sociology (SOC/ISSOC) electives (minimum total of 8 credits).