Graduate Program in sociology
The Master's Program in Sociology provides students with an advanced understanding of social behavior, and the methodologies for studying that behavior. The program serves students who are preparing for a career working with people, who seek to develop their skills engineering social changes, who desire to teach at the secondary or college level, who are preparing for a Ph.D. program, and who are simply seeking personal growth.
Core Course Requirements
SOC 500 - Contemporary Society
SOC 502 - Community Sociology
SOC 570 - Research Methods in Sociology
SOC 571 - Qualitative Research Methods
SOC 572 - Quantitative Analysis of Social Science Data
SOC 580 - Applied Sociological Theory
Requires 30 graduate credits of approved course work and successful completion of a thesis (6 credits).
Requires 36 credits and passing a comprehensive exam.
Requires 39 credits of approved course work and completion of a special project under the supervision of an approved department faculty member.
For more information about the graduate program in sociology, please contact:
Dr. Alan D. Brown
Graduate Program Coordinator