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No, only Fall admission
Application (available online), Transcripts, Three letters of recommendation. TOEFL scores (for international
students) and Statement of Objectives.
Yes, if they have a TOEFL score of at least 600 paper-based, 250 computer-based and 100 IBT based.
Yes, if you receive a teaching or research assistantship
from our department then your tuition is paid in full and
you will get a competitive stipend for living expenses.
Do not mail official transcripts during the applicant stage.
If your department of interest indicates to the central office that
they have an interest in offering you admission, the central office will
insert the appropriate conditions for verifying your documents. The
Office of Graduate and Professional Education will call into question
the veracity of any document submitted to our office. We regularly
verify transcripts with the issuing institution. If any material is
found to have been altered or falsified in the finalization process, we
reserve the right of expulsion.
Your application is done entirely online. Your
recommender will receive an email stating how to upload their letter
into our application system. If they experience any problems uploading
their letter, they should login to their instructional webpage, there is
a link on the upper right hand side called "Need Help?". This is their
link for technical support. If needed, they can submit their letter to
technical support and they will upload the letter for your recommender.
We offer a M.A. and a Ph.D. in Sociology and Criminology
Entering with a B.A. or B.S., 2 years for the M.A.,
and an additional 3 years for the Ph.D. Entering with a M.A. or M.S. ,
four years for Ph.D.
No, unfortunately at this time we do not offer long distance learning.
No, we do not offer a part-time program. You can
take up to nine credits through the Continuing Education Dept., then
after you are admitted into the program, you must complete 1 full
semester before you can petition the Graduate Policy Committee to have
those credits transferred.
No. You can take nine credits through our Continuing
Education program and have them transferred into the program after you
apply and you get accepted.
Please visit UD Student Financial Services for tuition and related fees.
(subject to yearly change)
No. We do not have an accelerated program that
allows BA/BS students to take graduate classes that count toward their
No, we do not have an alternate program.
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