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Graduate Programs

The department offers graduate programs of study in sociology, anthropology, and in criminology and criminal justice.  A specialty in evaluation and applied research is also available within the sociology M.A. degree.  

Master's

Sociology and Criminology currently offer several Master of Arts (M.A.) programs of study.  These programs include an M.A. in Criminology & Criminal Justice (CRM), M.A. in Schools, Society and Violence (SSV), M.A. in Sociology (SOC), and M.A. in Sociology—Applied Research Specialty (SOC).

 Why an M.A. from Eastern Michigan University’s Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology Department?

A number of our graduate students recently shared some of the reasons that made our program the best fit for them.  Some of these reasons include:

  • Paid student assistantships, including tuition waivers*
  • Evening classes, which are accommodating to the work schedules of many full time employees
  • Classes taught by approachable, accessible faculty members
  • Positive experience in one of EMU’s undergraduate programs of study 

* Student assistantships are limited in number.  Interested students should contact the graduate coordinator of their prospective program of study for more information on how to apply.

Course Catalogs:

Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice (CRM)

Master of Arts in Schools, Society and Violence (SSV)

Master of Arts in Sociology (SOC)

Master of Arts in Sociology - Applied Research Specialty (SOC)

Graduate Certificate

Anthropology currently offers an Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Cultural Museum Studies program of study.

Graduate Coordinators

Students are invited to make an appointment with the sociology or criminology graduate coordinator for advising.
To arrange an appointment, contact:

Dr. Solange Simoes, Sociology Graduate Coordinator
ssimoes@emich.edu

Dr. Marilyn Corsianos, Criminology/Criminal Justice Graduate Coordinator
mcorsiano@emich.edu

Once accepted into the program, students are required to meet with the appropriate graduate coordinator to prepare a program of study, and must enroll in a course toward their program of study the semester for which they are accepted.

The Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology Department is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344