Sociology Minor

The program in Sociology maintains an educational philosophy characterized by the sharing of learning between professor and student. Students with sociological research and theoretical skills will send themselves with a critical vantage point to prepare for the emergent occupational roles our rapidly changing society is bringing forth. !e department offers senior students options for a thesis, local internship, paid
cooperative education placement, or Washington, DC internships.

A 21-credit social welfare minor is offered for students wishing to enhance their chosen degree program. Students in this program must maintain at least a 2.5 GPA in minor courses. 

Topics of Study, include (but not limited to):

  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Contemporary Social Problems
  • World Cultures
  • Diversity in Society
  • Contemporary Sociological Theory