Sociology Graduate Course Rotation Schedule

EXPECTED SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE COURSE ROTATION (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

Degree requirements for MA and PhD are available online. All course information is included in the University Catalog.

 

F19  

S20

F20  

S21

Su21

F21

S22

F22

S23

F23

S24

Public Sociology

601

 

601

601

 

601

 

601

 

601

 

Theory

711      

712
633:DuBois

711
633: Critical Theories  

712

 

711

712

711 

712

711

712

Methodology  & Analysis

620
634
633:FASR

633: FRP
633: community research

620
636

633: FASR
631 

 

620
655
660/860
730

634 
  

620 
636 
860 

631

620
655

634
730

Institutions & Inequalities

803
623
633: Contemp Women’s Mvmts

614
641

633: Gender and Policy
633: Indiv/Soc 

803
633: Scandal

SOCI 633
Social Change & The Next System


605
845

633: Reading  DuBois
639
614

803
623

641

605

803

Globalization 

 

804

850
851

624
633: Civil Sphere
633: Transnational   Gender/Race  
857

SOCI 633
Social Change & The Next System

804

850

851

804
857

850
624

851

Electives

 

602

 

 

 

 

602

 

 

 

602

Note: Scheduling includes required courses and other courses as can be planned. In addition to these courses, the program expects to run at least one course in each of the two specializations every semester.

    • Elective courses are generally offered on a 4- semester rotation.
    • Students can expect SOCI 601,711, 620 will be run every Fall.  SOCI 712 is run every spring
    • Students can expect methods courses (except 620) will be run every 3-4 semesters and will be connected by the following clusters:
            o Quantitative methods course cluster 636, 631, 730
            o Qualitative methods course cluster: 634, 655, 860
    • In some cases, students can request to count a methods course from a different unit toward our methods requirement.

Other Courses Available that Count as Electives

616     Internship in Sociology- every semester & summer
870     Directed Readings in Sociology
880     Independent Study in Sociology

Thesis/Capstone/Dissertation Credits (797, 799, 998, 999): All available as individualized sections with advisor

 

Updated: October, 2020