MA COURSES

1 YEAR MA

This program aims to broaden students’ knowledge of theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of social structures and processes in a historical-comparative framework. Coursework includes social theory, migration, religion, ethnicity, cultural policies, social movements, globalization, modernity, urban development, and state research

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE:

Course Presentation Session

Starting September 15, called ZERO WEEK, the professors of the Sociology and Social Anthropology Department will present the elective courses of the year.

MA TEN MONTHS PROGRAM – CURRICULUM

The One-Year MA requires that students take a total of 34 credits (fall:16, winter:16, spring:2).(8 credits for thesis and defense are not included in the requested 34 credits!)

FALL TERM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TEN MONTHS MA DEGREE (18 credits)

Students must earn thirty-two course credits during the first two terms: eighteen in the first, fourteen in the second semester. (1 credit = 1 x 50 minutes x 12 weeks = 600 minutes) Students must take the following courses as described below: