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).