2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Sociology Minor 12 credits

The minor in Sociology offers students the opportunity to study human behavior in the social and cultural environment. The aim of the minor is to enable students to understand the connection between social institutions, cultural practices, and personal experience.

Requirements

Required Core

Require Course (3 Credits):

CSOCL 1101Introduction to Sociology

3

Choose THREE (9 Credits):

At least one course must be at the 3000-level or above.

CPLCY 3552Social Policy

3

CSOCL 1888Selected Topics in Sociology

3

CSOCL 1404Social Problems

3

CSOCL 2113Children in Global Perspective

3

CSOCL 2115Women in Culture and Society

3

CSOCL 2119Race and Ethnic Relations

3

CSOCL 2402Sociology of Family

3

CSOCL 2406Health, Illness, and Society

3

CSOCL 3121Women, Men and Work

3

CSOCL 3412Culture and Society of the Middle East

3

CSOCL 3436Cities and Urban Life

3

CSOCL 3445Race, Class and Gender

3

CSOCL 3450HBO's The Wire: The Politics of U.S. Urban Inequality

3

CSOCL 3820Girlhood, Identity, and Girl Culture

4

CSOCL 3888Selected Topics in Sociology

3

CSOCL 4130Gender and Globalization

3

CSOCL 4201Social Issues in Education

3

CSOCS 3444Research Methods in the Social Sciences

3

CSOCS 4444Senior Capstone Seminar: Current Issues in Social Science

3

Courses may not be double counted with those taken to meet general education requirements.