The Department of Sociology offers graduate programs leading to Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology. The programs place special emphasis on training students in sociological theorizing and research methods, and prepare students for academic and applied research, teaching, and applied sociology, among others.


The Master of Arts (M.A.) Sociology program is designed to be completed in two years for full time students and a maximum of five years for part time students.

To graduate from the program, students are expected to complete 33 units of graduate work:
18 units of Sociology courses


6 units of research methods
6 units of sociological theory
6 units of sociology electives
6 units of graduate level courses taken in one or two cognate fields
3 units of Social Science 201 (Statistics for the Social Sciences) or its equivalent
6 units of thesis


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