MA Programs

Most faculty members and graduate students in the Department of Sociology focus their research interests within the following three broad and inclusive areas of research excellence, however it is also possible to pursue graduate studies in related areas:

  • Social Structure and Policy
  • Social Theory and Cultural Studies
  • Criminology, criminal justice: socio-legal studies

The Department of Sociology offers the following Masters' programs:

  1. Master's - Thesis Based
  2. Master's - Course Based
Please note that the Department of Sociology will not be accepting applications for the following programs effective the 2024 - 2025 academic year: 
  1. Master of Arts (Course-Based) in Sociology, Criminal Justice 
  2. Master of Arts (Thesis) in Sociology, Population and Life Course Dynamics