Sociology minors explore social change, social causes and the consequences of human behavior.


Sociologists examine social behavior in families, groups, organizations, communities and whole societies, as well as the complex connections between cultures and societies.

This minor complements career preparation in other areas, including:

  • Business
  • Religion
  • Nursing
  • Recreational therapy
  • Social work



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Additional Resources

  Undergraduate Tuition
  Program Requirements