May 17, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Sociology Minor


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College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences  > Department of Sociology  > Sociology Minor

Requirements


18 hours (at least 12 advanced) to include:

Concentrations


Students may elect to complete a concentration in one of the following areas:

Students who elect to pursue a concentration must declare this at any time during matriculation, but after they have become a SOC major (they cannot be in Pre-SOC standing) and before the semester they anticipate to graduate. However, they are encouraged to declare this early on in their academic careers.

Students who complete all requirements of the concentration will graduate with a degree in sociology with a concentration in that specific area, e.g., BA/BS in Sociology with a concentration in Health and Medicine or BA/BS in Sociology with a concentration in Workplace Diversity.

To complete a concentration in Sociology, students must complete four courses from the approved list of concentration courses (see below). They must complete one required course on this list (see below).

Health and Medicine


To complete a concentration in Health and Medicine, students must complete one of the required courses plus three additional courses.

Required


One of the following:

Electives


Plus, three additional courses:

Workplace Diversity


To complete a concentration in Workplace Diversity, students must complete one of the required courses plus three additional courses.

Required


One of the following:

Note(s):


Students must take nine semester hours, at least six of them advanced (3000-level or above), in residence and earn a 2.00 minimum cumulative grade point average in all minor courses attempted at this university. The proposed minor program must be approved by the undergraduate advisor in sociology.

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