Would you like to enhance your degree with a base of knowledge in research, program evaluation, social service, and policy analysis? Then explore a minor in rural sociology.
You will gain an understanding of the processes and global context of social change, cultural perspectives and the challenges people of other cultures face.
The rural sociology undergraduate minor requires 15 credits in rural sociology courses. Nine credits must be above the 2000 level. The specific combination of courses must be approved by a department advisor.