- Why Choose Michigan Sociology?
- Application Procedures
- Degree Requirements
- Areas of Specialization
- Joint Programs & Interdisciplinary Opportunities
- Grants and Fellowships Awarded to Graduate Students
- Recent Graduates and Placements
- Graduate Students on the Job Market
- New Student Information
- Grad Life in Ann Arbor
Graduate study in the department is characterized by both its broad intellectual reach and its scholarly and scientific depth. Our doctoral students are educated by and work closely with a nationally recognized, award-winning faculty who are highly respected in the field. The Department offers training in most major subfields of sociology, organized around seven broad areas of concentration.
Students may also work with faculty to develop individualized areas of specialization.
The Department updates the Graduate Handbook each year. Please refer to the handbook for your cohort on SEEK for your specific program requirements.