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Graduate Programs

Due to Budget Cuts, SDSU has suspended the on campus Master's and Ph.D. programs in Sociology. We are not taking applications.

The online applied Masters in Sociology-specialization in Community Development remains active.

 

M.S. in Sociology - Applied Sociology specialization in Community Development

The Applied Option in Community Development is detailed in GPIDEA Student Guide. For more information about this program, please contact either Meredith Redlin, GPIDEA program advisor, in the Department of Sociology and Rural Studies or GPIDEA@SDState.edu, SDSU GPIDEA coordinator, in Continuing and Extended Education. 

The accelerated Master’s program is currently suspended.

 

Ph.D. in Sociology - Currently Suspended

 

SOC (Sociology) Courses

  • SOC 501 - The Research Process
  • SOC 504 - Sociological Inquiry
  • SOC 707 - Sociological Practice and Public Policy
  • SOC 709 - Evaluation Research
  • SOC 710 - Research Methods
  • SOC 711 - Qualitative Research Methods
  • SOC 712 - Sociological Theory I
  • SOC 713 - Sociological Theory II
  • SOC 714 - Race, Class, Gender Intersections
  • SOC 721 - Social Stratification
  • SOC 725 - Social Organization
  • SOC 726 - Teaching Sociology
  • SOC 727 - Teaching Sociology Practicum
  • SOC 738 - Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • SOC 739 - Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Practicum
  • SOC 740 - Rural Community Development
  • SOC 762 - Applied Demography
  • SOC 764 - Modern Demographic Theory
  • SOC 766 - World Population Issues
  • SOC 788 - Master's Research Problem/Project
  • SOC 790 - Seminar
  • SOC 791 - Independent Study
  • SOC 792 - Topics
  • SOC 794 - Internship
  • SOC 798 - Thesis
  • SOC 898D - Dissertation-PhD

Planned Course Matrix for SOC courses:

Spring 2020
739 SOTL Practicum (1-2 credits) (Emery)

Term

Spring 2018

Fall 2018

Spring 2019

Fall 2019

Core courses - Orientation

 

SOC 790 Orient (Redlin)-evening/virtual

 

SOC 790 Orient (Redlin)-evening/virtual

 

Core courses - Methods

SOC 710 (Gardezi)-evening/virtual

SOC 501 (Ahmed) evening

 

SOC 504 (Redlin)

 

SOC 711 (Yingling)
evening/virtual
W 5-8 pm

SOC 710 (Zhang)

SOC 501 (Gardezi) evening/virtual

 

SOC 504 (Redlin) evening/virtual

 

SOC 711 (new person)

SOC 710 (Gardezi)
evening/virtual

 

Core courses -Theory

SOC 712 (Redlin)-evening/virtual

SOC 713 (May)
evening/virtual
T/Th 5-7 pm

SOC 712 (Redlin)

SOC 713 (May)

SOC 712 (Redlin)
evening/virtual

Teaching/practice

738 SOTL Course (2 credits) (Emery)

SOC 707 Sociological Practice (Emery)

SOC 727 Teaching Sociology Practicum (2 credits) (Emery)

738 SOTL Course (2 credits) (Emery)

 

Topical Seminars: if no number put as SOC 790 on your POS, the instructor and the term of offering.

Spatial Thinking in Social Science (Zhang)

 

Environmental Sociology (May)

 

CD 603 - Community & Natural Resource Management (Schad) - ONLINE

Spatial Data Analysis (Zhang)

 

Food, Water, Energy Nexus (Gardezi)

 

714- Race, Class, Gender (Redlin)

 

 

 

Social Impact Assessment (new hire)

 

Advanced Survey Methods - Design (Schad)

 

Poverty and Development (Gardezi)

 

 

Advanced Survey Methods - Analysis class (Schad)

 

792 - Drugs and Society (Yingling)

 

Applied Demography (Zhang)

 

Resilience and Vulnerability in Sociological Systems (May)

 

Spatial Thinking in Social Science (Zhang)

 

Topics (new hire)

 

SOC 788, 791, 792, 794, 798, 898D (see above lists for titles) require independent work with faculty, students need to visit with individual faculty to set up.

CD (Community Development) Courses

  • CD 600 - Orientation to Community Development Study
  • CD 601 - Organizing for Community Change
  • CD 602 - Community and Regional Economic Policy and Analysis
  • CD 603 - Community Natural Resource Management
  • CD 604 - Community Analysis
  • CD 605 - Principles & Strategies of Community Change
  • CD 611 - Impact Analysis
  • CD 612 - Housing and Development
  • CD 613 - Introduction to Native Community Development
  • CD 616 - Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
  • CD 617 - Role of Tribal colleges in Economic Development
  • CD 623 - Ecological Economics
  • CD 624 - Building Native Community and Economic Capacity
  • CD 626 - Economic Development Strategies
  • CD 631 - Evaluation of Organizations and Programs
  • CD 633 - Introduction to Environmental Law
  • CD 634 - Native American Natural Resource Management
  • CD 635 - Sustainable Communities
  • CD 636 - Policy and Politics of Coastal Areas
  • CD 637 - Immigration and Communities
  • CD 638 - Community and Regional Economic Analysis II
  • CD 641 - Leadership for Change
  • CD 642 - Grant Writing
  • CD 643 - Nonprofit Management
  • CD 644 - Participatory Action Research Methods
  • CD 645 - Community Developer as Community Education
  • CD 791 - Independent Study
  • CD 792 - Topics
  • CD 794 - Internship
  • CD 795 - Practicum

For planned Course Matrix of CD courses, go to https://www.gpidea.org/course-planner/community-development/masters-degree