Now accepting graduate applications for fall 2017!
Some of the features of the graduate program include:
~Training in both quantitative and qualitative methods. Faculty areas of concentration include:
Life course, Medicine/health,
Migration, Political & economic sociology,
Race & ethnicity, Religion,
and Social inequality/stratification.
Click here for the full list of faculty in each area!
~A dual-title doctoral degree program with the Gerontology Center. This option is designed to appeal to students who are strong in both disciplines. Upon the successful completion of the Ph.D. requirements of both areas, the student is awarded a single degree with both titles identified on the diploma: Ph.D. in Sociology & Gerontology.