The degree program in sociology provides students with the analytical tools to help them understand the links between individual experiences and the larger society.
NOTE: Many changes were made to the Sociology Course Offerings listed in the 2014-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin. To assist you with all these changes a complete listing of the new course designations, as well as the old course numbering, is available in pdf form at this link: New Courses/Old Numbering OR ReverseLookup--OldCourses/NewNumbers
Students entering the University of San Diego and/or declaring a major during 2016-2017, should follow information contained in the printed course catalog (also known as the "catalog of record") published on October 1, 2016. Access the catalog of record at http://catalogs.sandiego.edu.
The Sociology Minor
Minor Requirements (18 units)
|Lower Division (9 units)|
|SOCI 101D||Introduction to Sociology||3-4|
|Select two of the following Contemporary Social Issues courses:||6|
|SOCI 210D||Social Justice||3|
|SOCI 240D||Crime and Inequality||3|
|SOCI 270||Law and Social Justice||3|
|Upper Division (9 units minimum)|
Students must have taken SOCI 101D and either SOCI 210D, SOCI 240D, or SOCI 270 (and have completed 45 undergraduate units) before enrolling in any upper division sociology course. (Prerequisites may occasionally be waived with consent of the instructor.)