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Sociology Minor

Sociology is the study of how groups interact within society. A sociology minor can provide students with a sophisticated understanding of social theory and problems as well as advanced skills in conducting research. The minor can prepare students for professions in education, human services, private industry, nonprofit organizations, and government. The minor is a logical addition for social work, criminal justice and psychology majors.

Research and Statistics Class Presents Findings on Marijuana Attitudes

Research

A Wilmington College class studying research methods and inferential statistics presented results of their study that examined attitudes toward marijuana legislation in Ohio at the Ohio Statehouse in April.

Also, they gave their presentation, “Up in Smoke”: Shaping Attitudes Toward Legalizing Marijuana in Ohio, at Walsh University’s “All Politics Is Local” conference April and won the Best of Class award for the social sciences at Wilmington College’s Student-Faculty Research Forum April 28.

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