Master of Arts in Sociology
Welcome! The Master of Arts Program in Sociology provides students with advanced training in sociological theory and social science research methods for enhanced understanding of several specialized subject areas of sociology: crime and deviance, environmental sociology, family, gender, medical sociology, religion, social psychology, stratification and mobility, and work and labor markets. In addition to working closely with sociology graduate faculty, students can collaborate with graduate faculty in anthropology and social work and can simultaneously pursue a graduate certificate in gerontology. The Master of Arts Program in Sociology, designed for full-time students to finish in four academic semesters, can prepare students for doctoral-level study or for careers in teaching, private industry, government, or community and social service.
Please browse the menu for more information about the Master of Arts Program in Sociology. Contact Dr. Christopher R. Freed, Graduate Coordinator of the Master of Arts Program in Sociology, with questions about admission, funding, or program procedures. We look forward to hearing from you!
Dr. Christopher R. Freed
Graduate Coordinator of the Master of Arts Program in Sociology