The 18-credit minor in Sociology emphasizes developing the knowledge and skills necessary for students to think critically and imaginatively about social issues and to promote social betterment.

The Minor in Sociology allows students across numerous academic disciplines at ESU to enhance their major degree. The Sociology minor not only complements the Social Work and Criminal Justice majors offered in the department, but also many other majors across disciplines within the behavioral and social sciences, humanities, health sciences, education and management.

Why ESU for Social Work Minor?

The goals of the minor include the acquisition of:

  • Knowledge about human diversity
  • Social inequality
  • Pursuit of social justice

The Sociology minor not only complements the Social Work and Criminal Justice majors offered in the department, but also many other majors across disciplines within the behavioral and social sciences, humanities, health sciences, education and management.

What will students learn to do?

  • Students will develop the skills necessary to think critically about the social world
  • Acquire knowledge about human diversity, social inequality, and the pursuit of social justice to promote social betterment.

The Minor in Sociology allows students across numerous academic disciplines at ESU to enhance their major degree. The Sociology minor not only complements the Social Work and Criminal Justice majors offered in the department, but also many other majors across disciplines within the behavioral and social sciences, humanities, health sciences, education and management.

Why ESU for Social Work Minor?

The goals of the minor include the acquisition of:

  • Knowledge about human diversity
  • Social inequality
  • Pursuit of social justice

The Sociology minor not only complements the Social Work and Criminal Justice majors offered in the department, but also many other majors across disciplines within the behavioral and social sciences, humanities, health sciences, education and management.

What will students learn to do?

  • Students will develop the skills necessary to think critically about the social world
  • Acquire knowledge about human diversity, social inequality, and the pursuit of social justice to promote social betterment.

Contact Us

For additional information regarding the programs offered, please contact the department secretary at (570) 422-3453 or email at dboushell@esu.edu.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Stroud Hall 101
Phone:
(570) 422-3453
Title of Department Leader
Department Chair
Name
John Kraybill-Greggo
Phone:
(570) 422-3844