The Sociology Minor
Students from other majors may choose to diversify their academic experience by getting a minor in sociology. Although the sociological perspective will benefit students from all backgrounds, a sociology minor may be especially relevant for history, psychology, anthropology, political science, social work, or education majors.
1. successful completion of any five courses in sociology with a grade of C- or better
2. a 2.00 or higher GPA for each of the five courses
3. submission of a completed "Certification of Completion of Minor" form to the dean's office. This is a one-page form that is available from the Department of Sociology or the Registrar's Office.
Courses taken pass/fail may NOT be used for a minor, but up to 8 credit hours of minor course work may be applied toward a student's major. All minor courses taken outside of the student's major department can also double-count toward General Education Requirements.
Direct any questions to your advisor or contact the department.