Social Science Minor (M)
The Social Science minor introduces students to a plethora of ideas and disciplines within the field of the Social Sciences, to provide students a broad yet incisive understanding of societal issues today, locally, nationally, and internationally. The minor would complement a number of majors well, such as Political Science, Psychology, History, Communication, and English.
The minor is comprised of 21 credits, including four required Sociology courses, and two classes from a list of electives across Communication, Religion, Political Science, and Sociology.
|PSY 101||General Psychology (which is not required by major)||3|
|or SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|SOC 203||Contemporary Social Problems||3|
|SOC 255||Urban Society||3|
|SW 365||Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior||3|
|SW 375||Understanding Death and Dying||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|American Politics and Health Care Policy|
|Christian Care Giving|