The interdepartmental minor provides a general background in the social sciences. The minor can supplement the student’s preparation for various careers, including Christian ministry, social work, business, and civic leadership.
An interdepartmental minor is offered to serve students whose careers call for a broad background in the social sciences including pre-ministerial students, pre-social work students, business students, those preparing for civic leadership positions, and others. The Social Sciences Minor requires course work from three different approved areas.
Twenty-four (24) semester hours:
Choose the primary area from the choices below and complete requirements listed.
History: 1301-1302 or 2311-2312 plus six (6) advanced semester hours
Political Science: 2304, 1301 plus six (6) advanced semester hours
Psychology: 2301, 3367 plus six (6) advanced hours
Sociology: 1301 and three (3) additional semester hours plus six (6) advanced semester hours
Choose two additional support areas from the choices below and complete courses listed.
Economics: 2301 and three (3) additional semester hours
History: 1301-1302 or 2311-2312
Political Science: 1301, 2304
Psychology: 2301, 3367
Sociology: 1301 and three (3) additional semester hours
The minor is administered by the department from which the primary area is selected.