Sociology, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Doctoral students are required to complete a total of 56 credits including 12 credits of SOCY899. In addition, students must complete a Second-Year Research Paper and pass two specialty exams.
After completion of the coursework, doctoral students must pass two examinations qualifying them to write their dissertations in the specialties of their choice. Upon the recommendation of the appropriate faculty members, the Department Graduate Committee approves the coursework qualifying students to take the two examinations.
|SOCY620||Development of European and American Sociological Theory||3|
|SOCY601||Statistics For Sociological Research I||3|
|SOCY602||Statistics For Sociological Research II||3|
|SOCY699||Special Social Problems (SOCY699D - Special Social Problems)||3|
|SOCY699||Special Social Problems (SOCY699C - Special Social Problems)||1|
|Select one Social Theory course||3|
|Select an additional Research Methods course||3|
|Select one Advanced statistic course or research methods course||3|
|Select one Statistical Techniques course||3|
|Select 18 credits of specialization courses||18|
|Dissertation Research Requirements|
|SOCY899||Doctoral Dissertation Research||12|