Celebrate 50 Years
College of Arts and Sciences

In effort to facilitate advance planning the department will make every effort to offer core graduate courses on a fixed two-year cycle, designated as Cycle A and Cycle B in the tables below. Most elective courses are offered on a bi-annual (every other year) basis as well. Since the Masters in Sociological Practice program has a rolling admission process, a student's particular sequence depends upon which cycle the department is in at the time the student first registers for classes.

This schedule totals 36 credit hours since you must be enrolled for 9 credit hours per semester to be classified as a full-time student.
Cycle A - Fall
SOC P550 Statistical Techniques for Sociological Practice I
SOC P697 Professional Development
Elective
Cycle A - Spring
SOC P570 Applied Research Methods
Elective
Elective
Cycle B - Fall
Elective
Elective
SOCP698 Practicum or
SOC P699 Thesis Research
Cycle B - Spring
SOC P540 Principles of Sociological Theory and Practice
Elective*
SOC P698 Practicum or
SOC P699 Thesis Research
*Free elective to assure full time standing.