Sociology or Anthropology Minor
Faculty: Associate Professors Baker, McConkey and Lewinson; Assistant Professors Allred, Knowlton and Sundblad
Telephone: (706) 236-2222
Fax: (706) 236-2205
A minor in sociology or anthropology will familiarize students with the core approaches and a variety of topics in their chosen discipline while providing the flexibility for individuals to acquire the expertise and tools they consider most beneficial. A student therefore may choose to take one course in the other discipline or Introduction to Women’s Studies. As well, minors will acquire the ability either to use social science theories to explain patterns in the contemporary world or to use social science research methods for collecting data about real-world phenomena. Students will choose which skill—familiarity with theoretical frameworks or with data-gathering and analysis—will be most useful for them by taking either 300 (Social Theory) or 305 (Research Methods). We recommend consulting with department faculty or the chair for suggestions regarding the exact combination of courses and to answer any questions.
SOCIOLOGY MINOR REQUIREMENTS 18 hours totalANTHROPOLOGY MINOR REQUIREMENTS 18 hours
To earn a minor in sociology, students must complete the following:
SOC 200 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 300I Social Theory or SOC 305I Social Science Research Methods
12 additional hours of sociology (SOC) courses, at least 9 of which must be at the 300 level or above. Within that 12 hours, students may substitute up to 3 hours of anthropology (ANT) courses or WNS 210.
To earn a minor in anthropology, students must complete the following:
ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology
ANT 300I Social Theory or ANT 305I Social Science Research Methods
12 additional hours of anthropology (ANT) courses, at least 9 of which must be at the 300 level or above. Within that 12 hours, students may substitute up to 3 hours of sociology (SOC) courses or WNS 210.
Sociology and Anthropology Department
Berry College P.O. Box Number 5010
Mount Berry, GA 30149-5010
Phone: (706) 236-2222
Berry College: (706) 232-5374
Fax: (706) 236-2205
Dr. Sarah Allred