Master of Arts in Sociology

The Division of Research and Graduate Studies at Acadia
The Programme

Acadia University offers a 12-month programme leading to the degree of Master of Arts in Sociology.  The Department of Sociology specializes in development and political economy, gender and aging, work and occupations, methodology, and social theory.

Students participate in an eight-month schedule of courses, seminars, and thesis preparation that includes some opportunity to gain teaching experience.  The remaining four-months are devoted to the completion of a thesis. The M.A. Programme includes the successful completion of two and a half required courses, including Graduate Theory, Graduate Methodology, and a Graduate Seminar, as well as the completion of a Masters Thesis.

Applications

In order to ensure consideration for Acadia Graduate Teaching Assistantships, applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by February 1. For additional programme information, please contact:

Dr. James Brittan
Graduate Studies Coordinator
Department of Soci
ology 
Acadia University
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Canada, B4P 2R6

902.585.1292

Archival research on Robert Fiander

Graduate and Honour Students present their archival research, March 2016.
Top row: LtoR - Jessica Bundy, Nora Allen, Kate Dalrymple, Vicki Archer.
Bottom row: Suleiman Semalulu, Elise Snow-Kropla