The Master of Arts program in sociology at Idaho State University prepares you for professional employment or pursuit of a Ph.D. in sociology or related fields. We emphasize sociological theory, research methods, and analytical skills. Students work closely with faculty on research and teaching.
Our master's degree is geared towards general sociology; however, our faculty represents some specialty areas such as medical sociology, criminology, religion, social psychology, theory, family sociology and environmental sociology.
The program requirements consist of 33 credits, comprehensive exams, and the completion of a thesis.
Gesine K. Hearn, PhD
Office: Kegel Liberal Arts 306
Phone: (208) 282-4947