The College of Arts and Sciences offers a Sociology minor at the undergraduate level. This minor is a good fit for students majoring in other fields, but who find it helpful to master the foundational knowledge of human social lives, groups and societies to gain a deeper understanding to how society works.

Students in this minor gain knowledge and marketable skills necessary to develop solutions to real-world problems, which is an asset to any career in an increasingly global society.

Minor Requirements

Requirements for a Minor in Sociology

General Requirements

  1. Students must meet all requirements for a minor.
  2. All required courses and selectives for the minor must be completed with a “C” or higher.

Required Courses (9 Hours)

Selectives (9 Hours)

Nine hours of the following ANSO and SOC courses, with at least six (6) hours at the 3000- or 4000-level:

Note: No more than three (3) credits in total of special Topics Courses (SOC 4000 or ANSO 4000) may be counted as a selective.

Total - 18 hours

View the Complete Minor Requirements in the Academic Catalog

Advisor Information

Rebecca Schreurs
Academic Advisor
Phone: 708.235.7304
Office Location: C3385


Minor in Sociology Faculty