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THE MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE
MA in Social Data Analysis
Private and public sector organizations are in constant need of institutional, market and population research. They regularly encounter data that cannot be easily summarized and put into practice. They require skilled individuals who can analyze information, draw conclusions and suggest practical implications and policies. This one-year, three semester course-based Master’s program responds to this growing demand for highly qualified data analysts who can work with complex data sets, draw conclusions and make recommendations for policy.
Program Requirements for MA in Social Data Analysis
1) Applicants to the program must hold an Honours Degree in one of social sciences or closely related discipline.
2) Minimum major and cumulative averages of 70%.
3) At least 2 semester length undergraduate statistics courses with a 77% minimum average in these courses.
4) A Statement of Interest
5) Three reference letters
Total courses: Eight (8) 500- or 600-level graduate courses
Major requirements: 46-511, 48-505, 48-507/48-508 (cross listed as 46-507/46-508), 48-794/48-795 (cross listed as 46-794/46-795), and two of 46-512, 46-513 or 48-605.
Recommended options (if any): Students may substitute 46-513 for 48-605.
Students will complete their 6 courses in term 1 and 2 and complete their Final Project (48-794/48-795 cross-listed as 46-794/46-795) during the Spring/Summer semesters.
Fall: 46-511, 48-505, 48-507 (cross listed as 46-507)
Winter: 48-508 (cross listed as 46-508), and two of 46-512, 46-513 or 48-605
IS: 48-794/48-795(cross listed as 46-794/46-795)
SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY: COURSES