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Autumn 2017-2018

Catalog update: 

May 15, 2017

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The Sociology minor is designed to provide you with the critical thinking skills needed to effectively observe people in social groups and institutions. The program offers an overview of sociological research and theory.​  

Course Requirements​

Courses in theory, research methods, and statistics are recommended, but not required.​

Students are now able to complete the Sociology minor in an online/hybrid format.  Online/hybrid courses currently include SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, SOC 205 SELF AND SOCIETY, SOC 207 YOUTH AND SOCIETY, SOC 235 ADOLESCENT HEALTH, and SOC 245 URBAN SOCIOLOGY.  Additional online classes are being developed. 

Students majoring in Sociology are restricted from earning this minor.