|Graduate Program||Sociology, Applied|
|Program Description||The graduate program in Applied Sociology prepares students for careers in program development and evaluation, policy analysis, and research in the fields of health, aging, and diversity and gender. The program is open to students with all undergraduate majors and to both full-time and part-time students.|
|Degrees Offered||M.A. in Applied Sociology
Post Baccalaureate Certificate in the Nonprofit Sector
|Concentrations / Tracks||
|Admissions Requirements||See Application Requirements and Deadlines
Spring 2014 Requirements: Open to undergraduates in all majors. Requires at least a C in the an undergraduate statistics course within the past 5 years; Minimum GPA of 3.0; two letters of reference are required in addition to a goal statement.
Fall 2014 requirements: Open to undergraduates in all majors. Minimum GPA of 3.0; two letters of reference are required in addition to a goal statement and resume; GRE is required effective for Fall 2014 admission.
|Delivery||Full-time, Part-time (All courses offered in the evening)|
|Term of Admission||Fall and Spring|
|Domestic Application Deadlines||June 1, November 15|
|International Application Deadlines||January 1 (Fall), May 1 (Spring)|
|For best consideration, apply by April 1 (Fall) and October 15 (Spring).|