Students in the Sociology MA program combine coursework in theory, methods and substantive areas of interest. The Sociology MA also offers opportunities for practicum and internship experiences, as well as to conduct original research. The program’s orientation toward public sociology also provides excellent training for students across a range of careers in both the public and private sectors.
Whether your interests are focused on Human Rights, Global Development, Children and Youth Empowerment, Health and Food Access, Education, Urban Affairs, or Poverty and Inequality, the opportunities for real-world experience are limitless.
Our graduate students earn credit and gain hands-on experience through graduate internships.