Who should minor in Sociology
Students often find that courses in Sociology gives them a unique perspective on current events and social issues, and that a minor is a natural extension of that exploration. Majors in interdisciplinary fields such as Environmental Science, Public Policy, Africana Studies; Gender, Sexuality, & Women's Studies; International Relations and American Studies often find that Sociology courses enhance their understanding of those fields and that they can minor in Sociology with only a few extra courses.
The minor in Sociology is extremely flexible.
How to declare the Sociology minor
Review the minor's degree requirements and approved courses in the Undergraduate Catalog.
- Complete the Declaration of Academic Minor form [pdf]. Be sure to include all required courses.
- Sign and date the form.
- Save the form as a .doc/.docx or .pdf file Use this naming convention:
- Student's Last Name_FirstName_MI_930number_Form.pdf
- EXAMPLE: Doe_Jane_R_930123456_Form.pdf
- If your proposed plan of study includes courses that are not approved for the minor, include a one-paragraph statement justifying that choice and the syllabus for the course. Use these naming conventions for those documents:
- Student's Last Name_FirstName_MI_930number_Justification.pdf
- Student's Last Name_FirstName_MI_930number_SyllabusCourseNumber.pdf
- EXAMPLE: Doe_Jane_R_930123456_Justification.pdf
- EXAMPLE: Doe_Jane_R_930123456_SyllabusGOVT378.pdf
- Upload the completed form along with any supporting documentation to this secure Box Folder.
It takes about 2 weeks for us to process your application. If you don't hear anything from us after 2 weeks, contact the Administrative Coordinator, [[smhospodor, Shari Hospodor]].