Future Students

The Department of Sociology provides specialized training in the core areas of the discipline (sociological methods and theoretical inquiry), as well as a number of substantive areas: criminology and social justice; culture and social relations; population health and wellness; power, privilege and resistance; global sociology; and social policy and social change. The low graduate student/faculty ratio creates an informal learning environment in which students receive considerable individual attention. Faculty members are actively involved in research, including many projects that readily lend themselves as the basis for student theses and dissertations.

Learn more about being a Future Student at the University of Manitoba.

Programs

Pre-Master's

  • Students with undergraduate course deficiencies may be admitted to the Pre-Master's program to complete their background requirements.
  • Program Requirements

Master of Arts

  • Admission Requirements
  • Course Requirements
  • Thesis Requirement
  • Timetable

Ph. D. 

  • Admission Requirements
  • General Regulations of the Ph. D. Program
  • Course Requirements
  • Comprehensive Examinations
  • Thesis Proposal and Defense
  • Timetable

More information on Admission Requirements to the Department of Sociology and Criminology

Tuition

Information on current tuition amounts, payment deadlines, and payment options can be found on the following pages:

International Students

 

 

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