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SOSLS2 Sociological Research Process 12 ECTS

General description

A course supporting the writing of a Master's thesis

Learning outcomes

To support the writing of a Master's thesis and to develop the facilities to master the research process as a whole.


The course will further students' understanding of the current developmental trends and methodological approaches of sociology.

Teaching language


Modes of study

Students select two modules of the following:
1. Intermediate studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology (SOSLA2.1- SOSLA2.5, SOSAA2.1-SOSA2.2.).
2. Theme seminar of the intermediate studies in Social Psychology (SPSYA1.1 - SPSYA1.5) or Social Scientific Approaches (SPSYS2) in the advanced studies of Social Psychology.
3. Optional Studies on Methodology.
4. Some other seminar related to the research conducted within the department (further information in the curriculum).


Numeric 1-5.

Further information

Information concerning the alternative studies can be found at the beginning of each term in the curriculum and the department website. Students must negotiate attending these courses primarily with their thesis instructors.

Belongs to following study modules

School of Social Sciences and Humanities
School of Social Sciences and Humanities