Sociology Minor

Sociology minors are introduced to the study of the structure of human society.

As a Sociology minor, you will come to understand social issues that arise in different societies or in different settings such as work, home, or public.

Gaining an understanding of Sociology is useful in the workplace and in everyday life. You will explore diverse social groups, organizations, race and class relations, and more.

Benefits of a Sociology Minor

  • Learn the conceptual tools needed to understand Sociology as a whole
  • Understand the cultural, political, and social dynamics of Sociology

Sociology Minor Requirements

These requirements are from an excerpt from the University Academic Catalog, which outlines the requirements for a student to earn the distinction of being a Castleton University graduate. The complete catalog is available online.

A minor in Sociology can be earned by completing 18 credits in SOC and/or ANT courses. The minor is offered by the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice.