How to Apply
Applicants for admission to the program must have successfully completed at least 3 credits in statistics at either the undergraduate or the graduate level. Three credits in research methods and 3 credits in sociological theory are strongly recommended. An undergraduate major in sociology or a related social science is also recommended. Applicants who do not meet the above requirements in full may apply and request special permission to enter after a mandatory personal interview.
The deadlines for application are April 1st for the fall semester, and November 1st of the preceding year for the spring semester. Applications are available from the Office of Graduate Admissions (HN 201), or from the Social Research Program Office (HW1601). Applications for nonmatriculated status are also available, and require only proof of an undergraduate degree. More information about nonmatriculated status can be found under frequently asked questions.
Further graduation admission information and applications materials can be found at the Hunter College Admissions Website. For immediate access to the online application, please click here. Application Form for Graduate Non-Matriculated Admission can here found here.
To access the Hunter College Scholarship Application, click here.