Sociology and Human Services Minor

The minor in sociology and human services allows students to study the role that the broader social context has on human experiences.  Following an introductory course, students choose from a variety of topical courses with a sociological or human services theme.

The sociology and human services minor consists of 20 credits.

Sociology and Human Services Minor Requirements

Sixteen credits from the list of required courses for the sociology track, required courses for the human services track, or from the diversity and inclusion electives list (eight credits must be at the 300 or 400 level)

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