Undergraduate students may choose the Minor in Sociology, Minor in Criminology, Minor in Social Justice or Minor in Society, Medicine and Health.
All minors require 18 credit hours and minimum 2.0 GPA.
Four electives from this list (three of which must be at the 300 or 400-level):
One of the four electives for the Social Justice Minor may come from this list:
Four electives from this list:
One of the four electives for the Society, Medicine, and Health Minor may come from this list:
*At least three of the electives for the minor must be at the 300/400 level
"I think sociology really complements a wide range of majors, including the “hard” sciences. There’s a high demand for people who are skilled in terms of the approaches used in the social sciences and methodology, statistics and programming."
– Karen E., BA '11
Sociology minors in good standing are invited each year to submit term papers or sociological research projects (including Honors theses and Independent Study final papers) written within the current academic year for consideration.