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UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA'S - DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

Graduate Program


Happy 2008 Graduates

Happy MA graduates 2008


At the graduate level, the Department of Sociology at University of Montana offers a Master of Arts degree designed to prepare students for either advanced study at the doctoral level or careers in organizational settings such as business, government, social services, or private nonprofit agencies. The graduate curriculum seeks to provide students with a solid foundation in sociological theory, research, and methods. As a part of their graduate education, students are also encouraged to become involved in research and policy analysis or an internship experience. Four programs of study are available: General Sociology, an option in Criminology, an option in Inequality and Social Justice, or an option in Rural and Environmental Change.


Graduate Director: Professor Dan Doyle

For further information about graduate programs in Sociology, please contact Professor Dan Doyle at 406-243-5912 or email dan.doyle@umontana.edu.

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