Six courses are required to complete the minor:
» Controversies About Inequality
(SOC/ DSOC/ PAM/ ILROB 2220, PHIL 1950, and AMST/GOVT 2225)
This course introduces students to contemporary debates and controversies about inequality. Learn how and why inequality varies across time and space, and learn to identify how inequality is generated and maintained. Offered every fall semester.
» ONE of the following overview courses:
º Social Inequality (SOC/PAM 2208 and DSOC 2090)
º Comparative Social Inequalities (DSOC 3700 and SOC 3710)
º Race and Public Policy (PAM 3370 and SOC 3370)
º Families and Social Inequality (PAM 4470 and SOC 4470)
º Economic Analysis of the Welfare State (ILRLE 4426 and ECON 3450)
º Managing Diversity: Policies and Practices (ILROB 6260)
» An additional FOUR electives complete the requirements for the minor.
Electives are available from over thirty academic departments. See Inequality Courses for eligible electives.
All courses toward the minor must be taken for a letter grade. The electives and overview course must be distributed across at least three departments – all ILR courses are considered one department and cross-listed courses can be counted as any of their cross-listings. Students must earn a grade C or higher in all minor courses. Completion of the minor will be recorded on the student’s academic record. For questions about course requirements, please contact the Center for the Study of Inequality.
The Center for the Study of Inequality hosts occasional lectures and symposia, and minors are expected to attend them when possible. These events will be announced via email and are also listed under events.