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Master of Arts in Sociology (Specialization in Gerontology) (Thesis Program) (TB)

The thesis program consists of Sociology 5111 - Problems and Issues in Sociology and Sociology 5112 - Quantitative Methods or Sociology 5113 - Qualitative Methods and Sociology 5901 (9901) - Master's Thesis (2 FCEs), plus one graduate full course equivalent (two half courses), for a total of 4 FCEs. With the permission of the student's supervisor and Department Chair, a fourth year FCE may be substituted for one FCE at the graduate level.

COLLABORATIVE GRADUATE PROGRAM WITH SPECIALIZATION IN GERONTOLOGY
Students in the Gerontology Specialization must take Gerontology 5710 as an elective, attend Gerontology 5790 and include aging as a focus of their research thesis or research project. See the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, Graduate Specialization in Gerontology, for details.