Minor in Sociology
Sociology is the study of social interaction, social structure, and organized social and cultural patterns that comprise societies. Curriculum flexibility allows majors to pursue various interests. Areas of study include small groups, population, inequality, diversity, gender, social change, families, community development, organizations, health care, and aging.
The sociology minor option is available only for NDSU students completing a bachelor's degree. The sociology minor is 18 credits.
Required Courses (choose 2)
- SOC 115 Social Problems (3 CREDITS)
- SOC 116 Global Social Problems (3 CREDITS)
- SOC 214 Social Interaction (3 CREDITS)
- SOC 233 Sociology of Organizations & Work (3 CREDITS)
- SOC 235 Cultural Diversity (3 CREDITS)
- SOC 300 or 400 Level Electives (6 CREDITS)
Total Credits: 18
NDSU Department of Sociology and Anthropology
NDSU Office of Admission
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