Thinking about a minor in sociology?
Human rights. Global justice. Cities. Social Change. Gender. Race. Media. Crime. Economy. Inequality. Youth culture. And even Happiness.
Frankly, there’s a lot to think about in sociology. The “old” sociology was America-centric, the “new” sociology is global – either way the field grapples with the defining issues of our time.
A minor can be a way to expand your breadth, add a specialization, demonstrate particular skills, or prepare for law school. But in sociology at Mason, it is always a chance to think.
6 courses (18 credits): 4 electives, Introduction to Sociology, and Classical Sociological Theory.
All students have opportunities to