The Applied Research Methods in Sociology and Anthropology Minor

Program Description: The Applied Research Methods minor introduces students to the tools and methods used to conduct and interpret qualitative and quantitative research about society. Students will learn how to design and conduct applied social research projects, including demography, survey research, focus groups, spatial analysis, and other tols used by commercial firms, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations.

Minor Requirements: 18 credits

All of the Following:
SOC 312 Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences 3 credits
SOC 314 Statistics for the Social Sciences 4 credits
SOC 316 Qualitative Methods in the Social Sciences 3 credits
SOC 497 Directed Independent Research 4 credits
SOC 570 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 4 credits