Sociology : Admission Requirements
Admission to the master’s program requires a bachelor’s degree, with a minimum overall average of B+ (6.0) in the final two full years of credit units or undergraduate work. Students without the prerequisites for the graduate courses they need to take may be required to take the prerequisites as part of their degree program (see Sociology graduate course listings for details). The admissions selection process is competitive. Not all students who meet the minimum requirements will be admitted. Typically, 10 to 12 master’s students are admitted to the program each year.
This program is open to selected students in Sociology, Anthropology, English, Environmental Studies, Germanic Studies, History and Political Science. Students must meet the core graduating requirements of the individual departments.