Sociology

The objective of a sociology minor is to explore and expand student knowledge of the discipline of sociology. Students will develop a greater understanding of various social and cultural issues around the world by examining historical and contemporary events, topics and issues in the field theoretically as well as empirically. In the variety of courses that they take, students will learn to analyze different societies and cultures from micro and macro levels and will also understand how these two intersect.

Coordinator: Jung-Whan deJong  

Requirements

SS 171 Introductory Sociology

Complete four of the following courses.

Course Credits
SS 272 Sex Roles, Marriage and Family   
SS 277 CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS OF NON-WESTERN DRESS/FASHION   
SS 278 LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES   
SS 300 SOCIOLOGY OF EVERYDAY LIFE   
SS 301 LUXURY: A SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE   
SS 306 KIMONO AND FASHION: A SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE   
SS 307 EMOTIONS IN SOCIETY   
SS 309 TATTOOS AND BODY MODIFICATION: SOCIAL STIGMA AND ACCEPTANCE   
SS 337 CRIME IN THE GLOBAL, DIGITAL SOCIETY (HONORS)   
SS 374 CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES   
SS 376 CLOTHING AND SOCIETY   
SS 378 ASIAN GLOBAL POPULAR CULTURE   
SS 379 SOCIOLOGY OF THE DIGITAL ERA   
SS 386 YOUTH SUBCULTURES, IDENTITY, AND FASHION: A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE  

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.