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Sociology is present in every aspect of life. It studies social behaviors, development, and social relationships. Here at Rosemont College students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a vibrant and interesting field of study. 

Popular majors with a sociology minor include: 
Religious Studies


The sociology minor requires 24 credits of coursework from the following courses: 
SOC-0100 Principles of Sociology 3 Credits
SOC-0110 Social Problems 3 Credits
SOC-0200 Social Theory: Classical 3 Credits
SOC-0205 Social Theory: Contemporary 3 Credits
SOC-0210 Social Stratification and Mobility* 3 Credits
SOC-0390 Sociology of Substance Abuse 3 Credits
Sociology Elective 3 Credits
SOC-0350 Social Mediation & Dispute Resolution 3 Credits
SOC-0360 Marriage, Family and Intimate Relationships 3 Credits
SOC-0405 Clinical Sociology 3 Credits
One Sociology Elective** 3 Credits

*Students should complete SOC-0200 or SOC-0205 prior to enrolling in SOC-0210. **At least 9 credits, or three courses, must at or above the 300-level. Students are encouraged to include SOC-0390, Sociology of Substance Abuse, as one of their elective courses within the discipline.