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The mission of the Master of Arts in Sociological Practice at California State University San Marcos is to provide a superior academic and professional education to students interested in working with human services and criminal justice agencies, teaching at a community college, or continuing study for a Ph.D. The program includes theory, qualitative and quantitative methods, field experience and applied research. We are committed to combining traditional sociological theory and research with sociology’s rich tradition of studying social problems.
Scholarworks at CSUSM - A Collection of Our MASP Students'
Theses and Graduate Research
What Can I Do With a Master's Degree in Sociology? - Information/Study
from the American Sociological Association
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Email Dr. Clark-Ibáñez for a quick response to your MASP program questions.
It is official and with great honor that I inform you all that our esteemed MASP student Mr. Oscar Soto was awarded the Chancellors Office's 2015-2016 Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Fellowship. This is a competitive and distinguished honor for our department and CSUSM community. Please join me in congratulating Oscar on this extraordinary achievement.
Congrats to new Awardees Rosa Conrad and Brian Sanchez-Lopez and continuing awardees Edwina Williams and Lindsay Ritter for being awarded the 2014-15 Hein Scholarship.