Program list & descriptions//SociologyDepartment of Sociologyhttp://www.uvic.ca/socialsciences/sociology/graduate/index.phpFaculty of Graduate Studies/graduatestudiesYes/graduatestudies/admissions/admissions/index.phpApply for admissionDoctorateOn-campus2Not applicableNoneThe Department of Sociology includes among its research and teaching strengths the six core areas of concentration designated in its doctoral program: aging, gender, health, political sociology/social movements, social inequality, and cultural, social and political thought. Graduate studies in sociology are designed to emphasize the connections between core areas and to encourage students to develop competencies in more than one area, particularly at the doctoral level./ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Prerequisite Minimum standing MA A- to A in graduate courses Applicants must also meet the general admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate Studies. APPLICATION DEADLINES Entry point Domestic students International students September May 31 (Feb 1 for financial support) December 15 EXAMS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS Resume/CV Statement of interest Sample of written work For details, please consult the Sociology website
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