Community Health and Sustainability Minor (CHS)

Students earning a minor in Sustainable Community Development examine issues of inequality and social transformation in the local, regional, and global communities in order to bring marginalized groups to the table with an emphasis on building dialogue and collaboration across groups. The Sustainable Community Development focus prepares students with applied sociological fieldwork and service learning engagements in order to prepare change-agents who, as advocates for the marginalized, can serve as catalysts for change through their experience addressing social inequalities.

For information on Major in Sociology with emphasis in Sustainable Community Development, see Sociology.

Program Contact: Assistant Professor John Johnson
Core Courses9 hours
Required Course Selections9 hours

Required Course Selections

Select three courses from the following:

Note: SOC306 and SOC460 are recommended options


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