Sociology majors study social life and the causes and consequences of human behavior. Students learn various research methods to examine and analyze the structure of groups, organizations, and societies, as well as how people interact within these contexts. Sociology majors gain skills on how to identify and solve problems, how to conduct research, how to relate to others, and how to write effectively. The unique perspective of sociology leads many students to pursue double majors in English, Political Science, Anthropology, Biology, History, Family, Youth and Community Sciences, and Journalism.
- SYG2000, STA2023, and one additional Sociology course
- 2.0 UF GPA
- 2.75 tracking GPA