The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Sociology program consists of 36 units of graduate work for students who have a master's degree in Sociology, and 63 units for those who completed their master’s degree in another field.

Students who completed their master's (M.A.) in Sociology are required to complete:

6 units of sociological theory
6 units of research methodology
6 units of sociology electives
6 units of graduate courses in other disciplines
12 units of dissertation

Students who completed their master's in another field or discipline are required to complete:

12 units of sociological theory
12 units of research methodology
18 units of sociology electives
6 units of graduate courses in other disciplines
3 units of Social Science 201 (Statistics for Social Sciences) or its equivalent
12 units of dissertation

Ph.D. students are expected to pass a comprehensive examination before they can proceed with proposal defense, dissertation research and writing, and dissertation defense.

 

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