Sociology Minors

Students at 2014 undergraduate awards
 Students at 2014 Undergraduate awards
 View of Upham Hall from a distance
Trees and Bell Tower
 Path between Upham and Gaskill
Upham courtyard
 Upham Hall seen from a distance
 Upham Hall
 Members of OMA and Gerontology Club
 Penny Lecture
Audience of a Penny Lecture
 Upham arch seen through the trees

Traditional Academic Minor

Our traditional academic minor provides an introduction to the core concepts, theories, and methods of sociology:

Pre-Professional Minors

Our pre-professional minors help prepare students for a variety of fields, including management, law, medicine, and research. They all provide a foundation in the social contexts and social dynamics of their respective fields, and are a useful and marketable supplement to pre-professional majors. They include:


The Criminology minor focuses on the social-scientific study of crime and the criminal justice system, including juvenile and adult criminal behavior, policing, the criminal and civil courts, and corrections. This minor is suitable for student in any major. 

Ready to Declare?

For more information or to declare a minor, please contact the advisor, Dr. Othello Harris at