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The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice is excited to announce that our M.S. in Applied Sociology will now be the M.S. in Social Science. Our new degree provides a solid foundation in social science research methods. It emphasizes practical and theoretical knowledge in the areas of sociology, anthropology and criminal justice, and focuses on the acquisition of social science research skills, theory application and field experience. The program prepares students to conduct theoretically sound, empirically sophisticated research projects, as well as evaluation studies of organizational programs and policies.
You can complete your degree in only 30 hours (for non-thesis students) or 36 hours (for thesis students) of graduate credit in typically 3-4 semesters.
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A Bachelor's degree from an accredited degree program. A grade point average of at least 3.0 for the last four semesters of undergraduate school.
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