Kansas State University's sociology graduate program offers both a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy. Students receive high-quality graduate training as they seek to become teachers and scholars in the field of sociology, or applied researchers for government or private industry.
With a small student-faculty ratio, the program was ranked No. 4 among sociology programs in the nation.
The sociology program has 13 tenured and tenure-track faculty, and nearly a dozen affiliated interdisciplinary graduate faculty. Learn more about our faculty.
K-State awarded its first master's degrees in sociology in 1961 to three international students, and the doctoral program awarded its first two degrees in 1978. The sociology graduate program has continued evolving for 50-plus years, and we continue looking forward to the future and developing talented, passionate scholars.