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Master's Program

Qualifications

To be considered as a candidate, our admissions committees usually require:

  • The equivalent of at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA for their undergraduate or graduate coursework.
  • Grades of B+ or better in foundational research and statistics courses or in courses that suggest aptitude for logic, programming, or numbers.
  • Promising students without statistics or research background may be accepted conditionally and required to complete up to two prerequisite courses.
  • Strong recommendations from professors or industry professionals, familiar with their personal potential and work ethic.

How to Apply

Scholarships are available. Apply by April 15th for full consideration. Applications are submitted online through the Queens College Office of Graduate Admissions.

Application Requirements:

  • Online application form.
  • Your college transcripts.
  • Three recommendations from past professors, work supervisors, or other people familiar with your personal potential and work ethic.
  • A statement of purpose (limit 500 words), in which you explain how our MA program fits in your larger career plans.
  • Your TOEFL or IELTS score, if you did not earn your undergraduate degree in residence at a university in an English-speaking country. A level of English fluency appropriate for graduate work is typically indicated by a minimum score of 100 on the TOEFL or 7 on the IELTS.
  • The GRE is NOT required, but may be submitted in support of your application.

Qualifications

This program is open to Queens College undergraduate sociology majors.  Applicants require an overall GPA of at least 3.5, and grades of at least B+ in SOC 205 and SOC 212.

How to Apply

Applications are processed online.  Log into the Accelerated Degrees Online Application System using your QC username and password (CAMS account credentials, not CUNYfirst) to submit an application.

Qualifications

This program is open to Queens College undergraduate students. 

How to Apply

Contact the Sociology Department (718-997-2800) to arrange a meeting at the department office in Powdermaker Hall 252.  There, you will be asked to submit a minor declaration form and to meet with a faculty Graduate Advisor.  An unofficial copy of this form can be downloaded here.