As an interdisciplinary department that combines Anthropology, Human Geography and Sociology, we are proud to offer both a PhD and MA in Global and Sociocultural Studies. Our department's faculty and graduate students specialize in research on three core, interlocking themes:
- Identities and Inequalities
- Migrations and Diasporas
Both the MA and PhD programs draw on the strength of our faculty members' interdisciplinary commonalities, while also allowing students to gain a strong foundation in either Anthropology, Geography, or Sociology.
Information for Current Students
- GSS Graduate Student Handbook
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- FIU University Graduate School: Admissions, Policies, and Forms
- Progress through the PhD
- UGS Student Forms (Admissions, Current students, Dissertations, Thesis Forms, Annual Student Evaluation and Mentoring Forms)
MA and PhD Requirements
Both PhD and MA students complete a set of interdisciplinary core courses, while PhD students concentrate their remaining course work in one of three majors: Anthropology, Geography, or Sociology. This disciplinary major appears on the degree earned.
Requirements, Global and Sociocultural Studies
For further information, please contact Dr. Benjamin Smith email@example.com,
Graduate Program Director.
Sociology, Anthropology & Geography Graduate Students Association (SAGGSA)
For further information, please contact:
Erin Broemel, 2015-2016 SAGGSA President
Renata Bozzetto, 2015-2016 SAGGSA Vice President/Faculty Representative
Jack Vertovec, 2015-2016 SAGGSA Colloquium Chair
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