Master of Arts in Sociology (GL80)
Smith Hall 727 (map)
Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Frederick P. Roth
Smith Hall 726
Areas of Emphasis Offered: Anthropology
Curriculum: 33 credit hours with thesis option OR 36 credit hours with non-thesis option.
Normal time to complete for full-time student:2 years.
Students have a wide range of options in pursuit of their academic and professional goals and interests, while also receiving solid training in core foundational aspects of the two disciplines of Sociology and Anthropology.
Students learn both qualitative and quantitative research methods and are exposed to a variety of subfields and theoretical perspectives.
Jobs Related to this Program:
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- 19-3041.00 Sociologists Bright Outlook
- 19-4061.00 Social Science Research Assistants
- 25-1067.00 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary
Application deadline for Admission
Fall enrollment: April 15; Spring enrollment:November 15.
GRE or other test required: GRE