In Medical Anthropology and Sociology, you will use social science theory and methods to critically analyse health issues in a globalising world. The programme trains you to understand health, illness and the body from a social science perspective. You will look at contemporary global and local health problems, as well as key topics in social science. It enables you to deepen your knowledge of anthropology and sociology, while at the same time acquiring a specialisation in a health-related topic. You will examine a broad range of issues: from social determinants of disease to sexual subcultures to the politics of pharmaceuticals.
The MSc programme in Medical Anthropology and Sociology seeks students with an academic bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in anthropology, sociology, political sciences, medical sciences (health, medicine and biomedical), history and psychology.International diplomas are evaluated on the basis of advice from professional diploma evaluators. The minimum level of the diploma should be equivalent to three years of Dutch university education.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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