Areas of Concentration: General sociology and criminology.
Prior undergraduate work in social theory, research methods, statistics, and writing is considered necessary for successful performance at the graduate level. SOCI 3303 (or an approved equivalent), SOCI 3313 and SOCI 3423 (or an approved equivalent) are required to eliminate deficiencies. Additionally, students applying to the criminology concentration must show prior undergraduate work in introductory criminal justice or criminology. SOCI 3023/CRIM 3023 (or an approved equivalent) is required to eliminate deficiencies for students pursuing the criminology concentration. Undergraduate deficiencies must be removed by taking the appropriate undergraduate courses during the first twelve hours of graduate work or the first time the courses are offered.
- Organizations in Society
- Social Network Analysis
- Environmental Sociology
- Advanced Problems in Sociology
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DisciplinesSociology Criminology View 163 other Masters in Criminology in United States
Applicants for graduate studies in sociology must be admitted to the Graduate School and must also submit the following:
- at least two letters of recommendation from people who can judge the applicant’s academic potential as a graduate student;
- a sample of written academic work (i.e., a research paper);
- a one page statement in which the applicant discusses the educational objectives sought by entering our graduate program;
- satisfactory GRE scores.
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