Second Cycle/Master Studies at the Department of Sociology

Second cycle education / graduate level is provided through courses in Sociology, Social Psychology and Social Work and the Masters in social sciences. 

To be eligible for second cycle education you need a bachelor degree in the subject specified for each course or program.

The degree of this level is Master of Arts (60 credits) of Master of Arts/Science (120 credits) depending on the length of the master program.

Master program in social sciences (120 credits)

Information about specializations and courses for the Master program in social sciences.

60 credits equals one year of full time studies.

Master studies are organised through the Master programe in Social Science, but single subject courser are also offered that may be included in master programmes hosted by other departments.

In the list below you will find the department's courses at both the first cycle and seconded cycle  (master level). Please note that some courses only are given within certain programs, and you cannot apply to them as a freestanding course!