A minor in sociology is an excellent complement for students intending careers in health-related fields, the non-profit sector, government, higher education, human resource management, city and regional planning, or public policy.
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Total credits: 18
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Students must complete each of these courses with a minimum grade of 2.00.
|SOCI 101||Introductory Sociology (Mason Core)||3|
|SOCI 311||Classical Sociological Theory||3|
|Select four electives 1||12|
Students may focus the coursework for their minor by choosing electives from one of the four concentrations offered as part of the BA in sociology.