Sociology Minor Information

Develop Skills That Help You Become a Valuable Contributor to a Wide Range of Careers

Sociology is the scientific study of how people both create and are shaped by the social world. Sociologists critically examine a wide range of subjects from the world of everyday routines and relationships, to global processes.

The Sociology minor will develop skills that make you a valuable contributor to a range of careers, such as journalism, law, criminal justice, social work, and community development.

This program illuminates the social forces, inequalities, and institutional structures that impact our lives. The skills and knowledge gained also form a strong foundation for graduate studies.

To earn the Sociology minor, you must successfully complete a 21-credit course of study.

  • Talesha Saint-Marc ’06 was recently named one of the New Hampshire Union Leader’s “40 Under Forty.”  While at Franklin Pierce, Saint-Marc participated in everything from peer advising to student government. As a political science major and sociology minor, she developed a strong connection with Professor Frank Cohen who inspired her with his passion. She remembers what it felt like to attend a rural campus, away from the familiar culture of home. “I went to high school in NH, but for some of the other minority students coming from more urban environments, it was a more of a culture-shock. The college made strong efforts to help students learn about differences and promote issues of interest to minority students.”



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Download the Sociology Program SheetDownload a Sociology program sheet to view on-screen or print, or view the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.

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