Sociology studies the ways people interact with each other in the networks and systems that make up society. Sociologists describe and explain the social forces that are at work in society, such as social inequality, group loyalty, competition, conflict and cooperation.
|SOC 100 Introductory Sociology OR |
SOC 136 Social Problems
|SOC 212 Elements of Social Science Research|
|SOC 347 Sociological Theory|
|SOC 348 Research Methods|
|SOC 222 Statistics|
|SOC 350 Applied Statistics|
|SOC 400 Seminar in Sociology|
|21 sociology elective credits|
|18 sociology elective credits|
Eighteen credits are required to complete the minor. No more than 6 credits can be taken at the 100 level. A minimum of a C average is required. Elective courses should be selected with departmental advisement to complement the student’s major.