Are you interested in learning why people do what they do and how society affects their behavior? Sociology is the study of human behavior and how groups of people interact. With a Sociology minor, you can explore in-depth social behaviors with a wide range of topics that include families, global communities and how they are affected by class, race, gender and economics. These courses go well with several majors including Liberal Studies, Human Development, Business Administration, Social Studies, Social Entrepreneurship, and more.
15 credits: 10 credits in residence, 9 credits upper division.
SOC 140 | Principles of Sociology | 3 credits
SS 351 | Cultural Anthropology | 3 credits
SOC/HIS 340 | Race and Ethnic Relations | 3 credits
SOC/PS 345 | Social Problems and Public Policy | 3 credits
Approved elective | 3 credits