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Sociology Minor


Sociology is the theory and study of the development, structure, and functioning of human societies. Sociologists study the organization of our collective life, ranging from intimate couples to entire societies and their interconnections (e.g., the global economy). The sociology minor provides students with an overview of the fundamental concepts of the discipline.

Admission to the Program

Any undergraduate student can declare the minor in sociology.

Program Requirements

The minor consists of 18 credits of coursework in sociology as follows:

Total Number of Credits: 18

Department of Sociology

Department Chair: Julie Ford
Location: Brown 108
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Phone: (585) 395-2619
Fax: (585) 395-5085

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Faculty & Staff

Melody L Boyd Ph.D
(Temple University)
Assistant Professor

Tristan S Bridges Ph.D
(University Of Virginia-Main Campus)
Assistant Professor

Denise Copelton Ph.D
(SUNY At Binghamton)
Associate Professor

Brian Fletcher Ph.D
(SUNY At Binghamton)
Adjunct Lecturer

Julie M Ford Ph.D
(CUNY Graduate School And University Center)
Associate Professor + Chair

Amy Guptill Ph.D
(Cornell University)
Associate Professor

Jacob Lang MA
(SUNY At Buffalo)
Adjunct Lecturer

Meghan Murphy MA
(University Of Massachusetts-Boston)
Adjunct Lecturer

Rebekah Orr MA
(Syracuse University)

JoAnn Sigler
Secretary 1

Elliot B Weininger Ph.D
(CUNY Graduate School And University Center)
Associate Professor