Students in many disciplines, including history, psychology, education, business, and communications, find sociology a useful minor, and many lower and upper-division courses in the Department of Sociology serve as rewarding electives for students across the University. Students often combine the study of sociology with other liberal arts or professional fields to acquire double majors.Undergraduate Courses - Level 1000 (click for course information )
Each course is three credit hours.
** At least 75 percent of course work counting toward the Sociology minor must be taken in residence.
** In cases where there is course overlap between requirements in a student's major and the Sociology minor, such courses can count in only one of these areas.
Students are required to earn a grade C or better in each Sociology course for it to count towards the minor.