The Social Science minors are housed in Sociology, Anthropology, Communication, Political Science, Psychology, and Women’s & Gender Studies.
Anthropology: The Anthropology minor develops a student’s holistic understanding of the past and present human condition. Six different concentrations are delimited within the Anthropology minor.
Communication: A Communication minor advances students’ understandings of human communication and media. Four different concentrations are delimited within the Communication minor.
Political Science: A Political Science minor educates students in politics and public affairs. Six different concentrations are delimited within the Political Science minor.
Psychology: The minor in Psychology leads to a basic foundation of knowledge in the discipline of Psychology.
Sociology: The Sociology minor emphasizes critical examination of various components of society. Six different concentrations are delimited within the Sociology minor.
Women’s and Gender Studies: The minor in Women’s and Gender Studies provides students with a deeper understanding of how gender shapes the social world and individual lives.
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