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Sociology: Comtemporary Social Problems

Course Description

Sociology: Comtemporary Social Problems

During this Master's programme, you will be thoroughly trained to analyse and advise on contemporary social issues.
You will therefore develop yourself into an academic professional and an expert on your chosen theme. In these themes, the boundary between public and private is often transcended, which means that once you complete the Master's, you can work in both the private and (semi) public sectors. Potential careers include social science expert, applied researcher in the corporate world, policy advisor at a ministry or municipality, advisor, project coordinator or consultant.

In the one-year Master's programme Sociology: Comtemporary Social Problems, you will be trained to become an expert on one important social theme. You choose one contemporary issue in which you will specialise: Crime and Safety - Internet, Social Media and Networks - Care, Policy and Organisations.

You design your own track in this programme, in which you quickly and rigorously immerse yourself in your specialisation. You will learn about the state-of-the-art in current scholarship. As an expert, you will also learn to think in multidisciplinary terms. In addition to sociology as your core subject, you will also take courses in the social psychology and social geography of your chosen theme.

Visit the Sociology: Comtemporary Social Problems page on the Utrecht University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You have a Sociology degree (equivalent to a Dutch degree).In addition, you are able to demonstrate the following insight and knowledge:-Theory development in one of the social science disciplines and you can apply the logic of hypothesis derivation and testing to specific topics.-You can adequately analyse social problems and issues based on the relation between the macro level (social/structural factors) and micro level (individual orientations, decisions and behaviour).- You can successfully perform appropriate data collection and apply quantitative research strategies to analyse the data. Please visit our website for more information (additional requirements): View Website

Course Fees

2017-2018 EU/EEA: € 2.006,- Non EU/non-EEA : € 15.167

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