The Applied Social Research Certificate is an interdisciplinary, 15-hour program of study administered by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire practical and communicative research tools. Students must complete SOC 6270 (Advanced Social Research Methods), SOC 6290 (Advanced Social Research Statistics), and at least nine hours of electives.
To be accepted into the certificate program, students must have earned at least nine hours of graduate credit and a graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Those who have not earned at least nine hours of graduate credit are required to have a baccalaureate degree. Applicants with an undergraduate GPA of less than 3.0 must submit GRE scores.
Students should consult with the graduate director for additional information about program requirements and options.
|SOC 6270||Advanced Social Research Methods||3|
|SOC 6290||Advanced Social Research Statistics||3|
|Community Organizing And Development|
|Exploring the City|
|Applied Social Research Methods|
|Qualitative Approaches in Social Science Research|
|Methods Of Population Analysis|
|Cultural Resource Management|
|Law, Policy And The Politics of Sexuality|
|Geographic Information Systems|
|Quantitative methods in geographic research|
|Fieldwork in Sociology|