This minor is only available to students who are not majoring in Social Work.
Make sense of social interactions. Decipher everyday culture and how it came about. Overall, comprehend human activity. Enhance your area of study by further understanding the individuals within it. You will gain exposure to family dynamics, race and ethnic groups, child welfare, juvenile justice and aging services. You will analyze each of these audiences, how they interact and their needs. With this, you will be able to better serve each population in your specific area of study and future career industry.
Specific courses required:
- SO 1123 - Introduction to Sociology
- SO 2103 - The Family
- SW 3113 - Race and Ethnic Groups
Nine hours selected from:
- SW 2353 - Effects of Disability
- SW 3313 - Child Welfare
- SW 3223 - Social Work with Aging
- SW 3333 - Juvenile Justice