Minor Description:

The eSociety minor is interdisciplinary and intended to provide students with both the social awareness and technical skills needed for contemporary citizenry and work.  eSociety will prepare students for related work in such areas as social media marketing, digital resources, information management, and online collaborative work in business, health, educational, or legal contexts. 

Declaring the Minor:

To declare an eSociety minor, students must meet with the academic advisor for eSociety. More information on the eSociety minor is available at

Double Use of Minor Course Work:

Students may double-dip up to 6 units within the eSociety minor, as long as the courses are cross-listed and the double use is approved by the other major or minor advisor.