REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY

SOCIOLOGY

Associate Professor and Head of the Department R.H. Hill

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY

1. Minimum admission requirements are a B average in undergraduate studies with a good undergraduate record in Sociology.

2. The Master of Philosophy requires the completion of 30 credit hours including the Graduate Seminar (6880) and Methods (6040). Other courses will be selected in consultation with the chair of the department's graduate studies committee.

COURSES

A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of candidates, as far as the resources of the Department will allow:

6040. Methods of Sociological Research
6090-94. Special Area in Sociology
6120. Social Organization
6130. Social Stratification
6140. The Community
6150. Social Theory
6160. Theory Construction and Explanation in Sociology
6240. Sociology in Medicine
6280. Social and Economic Development
6300. Maritime Sociology
6310. Political Sociology
6320. Gender and Society
6330. Science and Technology
6340. Comparative North Atlantic Societies
6350. Environmental Sociology
6360. Sociology of Work
6370. Feminist Theory and Methods
6380. Women, Nature, Science and Technology (Cross listed as Women's Studies 6380)
6610. Socialization
6620. Current Topics in Social Behaviour
6880. Sociology Graduate Seminar


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