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Masters Degrees in Sociology, Ireland

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Students will develop a range of conceptual, analytical and methodological skills that will enable them to identify, describe and analyse a wide range of social phenomena, drawing on advanced knowledge of current debates, problems and issues at the forefront of sociology. Read more
Societies such as Ireland are adjusting very rapidly to change in the external and internal environments. The aim of this MA is to interrogate the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of the internet in contemporary societies. Read more
Students will develop a range of conceptual, analytical and methodological skills that will enable them to identify, describe and analyse a wide range of social phenomena, drawing on advanced knowledge of current debates, problems and issues at the forefront of sociology. Read more
Overview. MA students will. Develop their ability to apply theories of social change to empirical investigation. Enhance their ability to communicate effectively through regular class presentations and discussions. Read more
The goal of the Postgraduate Diploma is to provide a learning environment in which students can critically engage with the opportunities and challenges of social life online and develop an analytical skill set that focuses on the application of digital research methods in this sphere. Read more
The goal of the Postgraduate Diploma is to provide a learning environment in which students can critically engage with the opportunities and challenges of social life online and develop an analytical skill set that focuses on the application of digital research methods in this sphere. Read more
The goal of the Postgraduate Diploma is to provide a learning environment in which students are provided with the necessary critical and analytical skills to make sense of societies undergoing rapid and dramatic transitions. Read more
The goal of the Postgraduate Diploma is to provide a learning environment in which students are provided with the necessary critical and analytical skills to make sense of societies undergoing rapid and dramatic transitions. Read more
The MSc Comparative Social Change has been developed by the Department of Sociology at Trinity College and the School of Sociology at University College Dublin to critically explore the social, cultural and economic forces that drive social change today. Read more
We aim. - To provide high quality research training in a lively intellectual atmosphere. - To promote students’ professional involvement in academic life. Read more
Multicultural, Multi-Disciplinary MA. The MA in Culture and Colonialism explores literature, politics and culture from Ireland to India, from Africa to the Middle East. Read more
Students will build on core modules in critical race and decolonial scholarship, global migration and creative art/research practices, with optional modules available from across a range of disciplines, literatures and societal issues. Read more
The MSc in Social Data Analytics is a one year taught programme, delivered by schools within the College of Social Sciences and Law (Sociology), and College of Science (Computer Science). Read more
This programme is based in the UCD Institute of Criminology, the only centre of its kind in Ireland. Crime and punishment are issues of central importance to society and by bringing academic rigour to their examination the Institute contributes to the achievement of national priorities. Read more
Students will build on core modules in critical race and decolonial scholarship, global migration and creative art/research practices, with optional modules available from across a range of disciplines, literatures and societal issues. Read more

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