- Introduction course 7.5 hp credits
- Two methods courses – qualitative and quantitative (together amounting to 15 hp credits)
- Theory of Science 7.5 hp credits
- Additionally sociological and social psychological courses relevant to the student’s research (amounting to 15 hp credits)
The doctoral researcher presents the dissertation at a seminar during the first year, as well as at a half-time (after about two years) and a final seminar (during the final year). Together with a senior colleague, the doctoral researcher will act as opponent to review and constructively criticise the dissertation text of another doctoral candidate's half-time and final seminar. On satisfactory completion, this opponent work will be awarded 7.5 credits.
Decided in consultation with the supervisor (together amounting to 22.5 hp credits).
Program fall 2015 - Spring 2018
Classical Sociological Theory, 7,5 ECTS Sep. - Nov. 2018
Introduction, 7,5 ECTS Oct. 2018 – Jun. 2019
Basic problems of social science: Ambiguity, Uncertainty and Risk, 7,5 ECTS Oct. - Dec. 2018
Contemporary Sociological Theory 7,5 ECTS January - March 2018
Qualitative Methods 7,5 ECTS March - June 2018
Introduction 7,5 ECTS Sep. 2017 – Jun. 2018.
Sociological Theory incl. Social Psychology, 7,5 ECTS
Theory of Science 7,5 ECTS Mar. – Apr. 2017
Quantitative Methods 7,5 ECTS Nov – Dec 2016
Modern Sociological Theory incl. Social Psychology 7,5 ECTS Jan. – Apr. 2016
Qualitative Methods 7,5 ECTS Apr.- Jun. 2016
Introduction 7,5 ECTS Sep. 2015 – Jan. 2016.
Sociological Theory incl. Social Psychology, 7,5 ECTS Sep. – Nov. 2015