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  • Social Justice

  • Sociology

    A minor in Sociology will help you understand how the social world is organized, as well as the connections between individuals and society. Students who minor in sociology can study social inequalities, social institutions, global issues, research methods, and social theory.

  • Public Policy

    A minor in Public Policy offers specialized courses in the areas of policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation. You will gain a firm understanding of the dynamics of the policy process at the federal, state, and local levels of government.

  • Political Science

    A minor in Political Science will help you understand government functions, international affairs, public law, and policy issues. It is flexible, so students can take courses to enhance their chosen major in anthropology, business, communication, criminal justice, history, education, English, social work, sociology, psychology, the sciences, and others. The Political Science minor offers knowledge and skills that students in all fields can use to enhance their careers and make them well-rounded and informed citizens.

  • Legal Studies

    A minor in Legal Studies serves as an introduction to the broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of law. Offering a grounding in the fundamental principles of American national government, this minor also includes a core group of courses designed to develop the critical thinking and analytical skills required for law school.

  • Gender and Intersectionality

    A minor in Gender and Intersectionality encourages students to critically investigate gendered power relations in all fields of social life, including popular culture and the arts, through exciting course offerings.

  • B.S. in Sociology with a Concentration in Applied Research and Community Organizing

  • B.A. in Sociology

    The Bachelor of Arts in Sociology is ideal for students interested in how people interact with each other and relate to the larger society around them. You will examine the relationships between social systems and individual choices while learning to contribute to the common good by working to positively change systems.

  • B.A. in Political Science

    The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science is ideal for students who want to gain an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought, American government, international relations, comparative political systems, legal studies, gender studies, public policy, and research methods. With our immersive curriculum, you will foster a passion for civic engagement and challenge intellectual curiosity.

  • B.A. in Political Science with a Concentration in International Relations

    The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science is ideal for students who want to gain an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought, American government, international relations, comparative political systems, legal studies, gender studies, public policy, and research methods. With our immersive curriculum, you will foster a passion for civic engagement and challenge intellectual curiosity.