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Anthropology

The Institute of Anthropology does not offer a major in the discipline at the graduate level. However, anthropology may be taken as a minor on the master's degree and as supporting work on the doctorate

Applied Economics

The Institute of Applied Economics offers an interdisciplinary professional program leading to the following degree:

Master of Science with a major in applied economics.

Applied Gerontology

The Department of Applied Gerontology offers graduate programs leading to the following degrees:

Master of Arts

Master of Science, both with majors in administration of long-term care and retirement facilities, administration of aging organizations and applied gerontology

Behavior Analysis

The Department of Behavior Analysis offers a program of general and applied course work leading to the master's degree with a major in behavior analysis

Criminal Justice

Professionals interested in advancing their careers in law enforcement or corrections and students anticipating careers in these areas should consider the Master of Science with a major in interdisciplinary studies.

Public Administration

The Department of Public Administration offers a graduate program leading to the following degree:

Master of Public Administration

Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions

DRSWA offers course work and degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Graduate students may earn the following degree:

Master of Science with a major in rehabilitation services and concentrations in rehabilitation counseling and comprehensive assessment

Sociology

The department offers graduate programs leading to the following degrees:

Master of Arts

Master of Science, both with a major in sociology and concentrations in family and the life cycle, social organization/disorganization and urban sociology

Doctor of Philosophy with a major in sociology and concentrations in family and the life cycle, social organization/disorganization and urban sociology

In a cooperative agreement with the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth, students may also earn a dual degree in public health with a specialty in health services research.

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