Graduate Programs




MA in Sociology

Masters of Arts (MA) Mission Statement

The mission of the MA program in the Department of Sociology is to prepare students for a PhD program or professional careers through a challenging, comprehensive, and integrated curriculum that trains MA students to (1) theorize from a variety of sociological perspectives and (2) analyze using a variety of methodologies. The curriculum also focuses on advanced training in the specialty areas of Race/Ethnicity/Gender; Sociology of Health and Illness; and Global/Transnational/Comparative Sociology.

 

The Master of Arts degree in Sociology offers two tracks: Plan A (thesis track) and Plan B (essay track). Plan B is a terminal MA degree. Students who elect the Plan B track have two choices: (1) MA in Sociology, or (2) MA in Applied Sociological Research Methodology.

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 Ph.D. in Sociology

 

 

Ph.D. Mission Statement

 

The mission of the Ph.D. program in the Department of Sociology is to prepare students for the academic job market or other professional careers through a challenging, comprehensive and integrated curriculum that trains PhD students to (1) theorize from a variety of sociological perspectives and (2) analyze using a variety of methodologies. The curriculum also focuses on advanced training in the specialty areas of Race/Ethnicity/Gender; Sociology of Health and Illness; and Global/Transnational/Comparative Sociology.

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For more information on our graduate programs, email socgraddirector@wayne.edu

 

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