Department of Sociology

Minor Checklist

Substantive Speciality Areas
Students seeking a minor in Sociology are required to take a minimum of four courses (12 credit hours) from the list below.

(click the course number for more information)

Sociological Theory      
Contemporary Social Theory
Social Conflict
Survey of Research Methods
Qualitative and/or Comparative-Historical Methods
Quantitative Methods
Writing Social Theory
Directed Independent Study
Special Topics
Environmental Sociology
Justice, Health and the Environment
The Urban Community
Caribbean Inequalities
Race and Ethnic Relations
Race in Global Context
Gender and Society
Gender and World Development
Gender, Power, and Relationships
Sociology Study Abroad
Family and Society
Sociology of Religion
Sociology of Education
Sociology of the Marketplace
Men, Women and Work
Health and Social Inequality
Sociology of Mental Health
Class, Status and Power
Poverty and Society
Organizational Sociology
Human Sexuality and Social Change
Global Inequality and Crisis
Drugs and Society
Sociology of Aging & Dying
Self and Society
Social Movements
Sociology of Peace & Justice
Social Change
Sociology of Consumption
Technology and Society
Women and Social Change
Globalization and US Cities
Global Social Change
Globalization and Social Movements
Adolescence and Delinquency
Social Control and Deviance
Cultural Sociology
Sociology of Popular Culture
Sociology of Sport
Sociology of Youth

Each course is 3 credit hrs

**  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.

 Last Modified 9/7/16