- Why Choose Michigan Sociology?
- Application Procedures
- Degree Requirements
- Area Exams
- Joint Programs & Interdisciplinary Opportunities
- Financial Support
- Current Graduate Student Notable Accomplishments
- 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
Subplans are not required, but if you do know which area(s) you are interested in (please see list below), please mention this in your academic statement.
The Department offers training in most major subfields of sociology, organized around seven broad areas of concentration:
- Culture and Knowledge
- Economic Sociology and Organizations
- Gender and Sexuality
- Health and Healthcare
- Power, History and Social Change
- Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
- Social Demography
Students may also work with faculty to develop individualized areas of specialization.