Population Studies Minor
The University of Minnesota's graduate minor in Population Studies provides solid grounding in the theories and methods of demography. Population Studies is a multidisciplinary research area at the intersection of the mathematical sciences, the health and social sciences, and public policy. Traditionally, the field has been associated with the study of changes in population size, distribution, and structure due to births, deaths, and migration. In recent decades, the scope of population research has greatly expanded to include such topics as fertility and family planning; morbidity and access to health care; demographic transitions; mortality; mobility, migration, and immigration; household and family composition; the life course; schooling; poverty and economic welfare; the aged; minorities; economic development; labor markets and labor force composition; social stratification; urbanization; and population growth, density, and distribution.
The minor is administered by the Department of Sociology, in consultation with the Minnesota Population Center and is available at the master's and doctoral level.
- Population Studies Master's minor requirements
- Population Studies PhD minor requirements
- List of approved Population Studies courses
- See upcoming Population Studies courses offered here
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For full information, download the Population Studies Minor Handbook.