Master’s in Sociology – Marshall University

The Master’s in Sociology degree program a supportive environment for students who wish to pursue advanced training in sociology or anthropology as well as those for whom the Master’s level is the final degree. The program is designed provide students with a wide range of options in pursuit of their academic and professional goals and interests, while also providing solid training in core foundational aspects of the two disciplines.

Areas of Emphasis:

  • Anthropology

    • The Anthropology emphasis is designed to provide information to student on subjects such as human societies, languages, and cultures.

Admission requirements:

  • International students must provide evidence of English language proficiency such as the TOEFL

  • Evidence of a minimum of 12 credit hours of undergraduate sociology coursework

  • A writing sample: a copy of one paper (10-25 pages) from an undergraduate course, preferably a sociology or anthropology course

  • Two letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant’s academic or professional competence


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