Degrees

 

Degree Programs & Academic Plans

 

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Criminal Justice

Degree Plans:

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Master of Science in Criminal Justice (thesis track)

Master of Science in Criminal Justice (non-thesis track)

Minor in Criminal Justice

 

For more information about the Criminal Justice program, contact Dr. Kelly Frailing

 

Geography

Degree Plans:

Minor in Geography and Urban Studies

 

For more information about the Geography program, contact Dr. Claudia San Miguel

 

Political Science

Degree Plans:

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, Political Science Concentration (thesis track)

Master of Arts in History & Political Thought, Political Science Concentration (non-thesis track)

Master of Arts in Political Science (thesis track)

Master of Arts in Political Science (non-thesis track)

Minor in Political Science

 

For more information about the Political Science program, contact Dr. Mark Menaldo

 

Public Administration

Degree Plans:

Master of Public Administration

 

For more information about the Public Adminstration program, contact Dr. Timothy Dolan

 

Sociology

Degree Plans:

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

Master of Arts in Sociology (thesis track)

Master of Arts in Sociology (non-thesis track)

Minor in Sociology

 

For more information about the Sociology program, contact Dr. Marcus Ynalvez

 

Planned Classes

Class Schedule

Please take a look at our two year cycle of planned classes, use the tabs at the bottom to see your program.

Please continue to look at it for updated information as the cycle may be modified.

 

More information about TAMIU catalog offerings and other useful information can be located at:

Current student information page; College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) webpage; COAS degree page; and the Prospective student information page.

Graduate students should also consult the Graduate School for their handbook and any forms for admission, registration, financial aid, graduation, and other matters. Graduate students in PASR should consult with their program's Director if they have questions about admission, comprehensive exams, thesis requirements and program handbooks.

 

 

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