The Center for Demographic and Social Analysis supports research training for graduate
students. The weekly C-DASA seminar provides an active program of training workshops,
research lectures, networking and professionalization activities. Students are drawn
from our affiliated DASA M.A. program as well from the many doctoral programs with
which our faculty affiliates are associated.
The Graduate Program in Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) offers new and seasoned
professionals practical research training to meet the analytical challenges of today’s
workplace. An intensive nine-month program of study leads to the Master’s Degree.
Graduates pursue successful careers in business, government, nonprofits and academic
For further information, visit www.demography.uci.edu.
Ph.D. students undertake population-related research and training under the supervision of C-DASA faculty affiliates in a number of departments. Contact departments to learn about doctoral study opportunities.
- Criminology, Law & Society
- Urban and Environmental Planning and Policy
- Public Health
Masters plus Doctoral Degrees
Doctoral students in some departments earn a DASA M.A. while studying for the Ph.D. Contact DASA Director, Dr. Susan Brown, at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.