M.A. Applied Sociology

Our program prepares you for professional practice in human service agencies and applied research settings as well as for further academic study in sociology and related fields. A committee of three faculty members guides and oversees your program of study as you progress toward completing your degree.  

 

For this 36-unit program, which involves completing either an internship or thesis, you take:  

SOC 651, 653, and SOC 654/CCJ 610 or SOC 655/CCJ 656

applied research emphasis:

SOC 654 or 655 (whichever you haven't taken yet) and SOC 656 (6 units )  

plus 6 units  from SOC 630, 631, and 685, SBS 585, PSY 625, and STA 570, 571, 572, and 575  

sociological perspectives emphasis:

12 units  from SOC 504, 510, 515, 528, 599, 610, 616, 619, 641, 642, 660, 661, and 698

In addition to these requirements, you must:  

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