The minor in Sociology provides students majoring in areas other than behavioral sciences the opportunity to enhance their understanding of cultural and sociological concepts and deepen their appreciation of diverse cultural expressions.
Administrator: Chair, Department of Psychology, Cultural Anthropology, Criminal Justice
CLTA1550. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3) or
PSYC1550. Introduction to Psychology (3)
PSYC2215. Research Design (3)
SOGY3970. Junior research (1)
Must include at least 11 credits from the following courses:
ENGL4270. Minority Voices in American Literature (3)
CLTA2030. Intercultural Communication (3)
PSYC4112. Human Diversity (3)
CLTA3340. Sociology of the Family (3)
CLTA3550. Sociology of Religion (3)
SOGY4550. Social Psychology (3)
POLS1050. Introduction to International Relations (3)
SOGY4970. Senior Research in Sociology (1-4)
Or other courses with approval by the department chair.