Are you interested in the social processes shaping economic organizations and the contexts affecting business activities? The minor in Work and Business encourages you to explore the implications of trends in families, gender roles, race and ethnic relations, and other noneconomic areas of social life. This helps you gain an understanding of the future prospects and organization of business in America.
You may not earn both a minor in Sociology and a minor in Sociology of Work and Business.
Earning a minor requires 15 credits in Sociology coursework. If you’d like to know more about combining Sociology with another subject area, make an appointment to talk with our academic advisor.