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The minor program in sociology offers experience for students interested in careers such as law, business, marketing, communications and social services. The sociological perspective provides tools for critical analysis of social institutions such as media, law, the family, medicine, and education. The 18-credit minor complements a great many fields of study.


Required Course (3 credits): 
SOCI 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3 

Four sociology 2000 level courses 12 (Limit one special topics course.) One sociology 3000/4000 level course 3 

Total: 18 credits

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Anthony Haynor
Associate Professor of Sociology
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Amadu Kaba
Professor of Sociology
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Mark Horowitz
Associate Professor of Sociology
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C. Lynn Carr
Professor of Sociology
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