Study society and its component parts, groups, cultures, norms, roles, and their institutional and organizational relationships with a minor in sociology. Learn about life and culture in the United States and around the world; inequalities of marriage and family; the inner workings of social organizations; the relationship between people and the environment; and race, gender, class, and sexuality.

As a graduate with a minor in sociology, you’ll be able to address social problems and conflicts, whether by addressing economic policy at a nonprofit organization or by working as a teacher in a low income community. You’ll be prepared to work in a broad set of careers including social work, business, politics, healthcare, and more.