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Masters in Sociology

Study Sociology Masters Programmes

Sociology is a highly subjective area of study, that requires students to form their own opinions. Despite this subjectivity, the key definitions of sociology are ‘the science of society' or ‘the study of society'. The content of a sociology degree will differ slightly at each institution.

Your degree will encompass a wide range of topics, including the behaviour of humans as social beings, the patterns of human relationships and interaction, as well as gaining an insight on the different aspects of society through other social sciences, such as history, psychology and economics.

Masters in Sociology in 2024

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Governance of Migration and Diversity - Sociology Master Degree

Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB) Netherlands

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Master of Sociology MSc

KU Leuven Belgium

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Sociology (Research) PhD, MA

University of Kent United Kingdom

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Sociology MPhil, PhD

Swansea University United Kingdom

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Marketing MSc

Alba Graduate Business School Greece

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Marketing Master Degree

EU Business School, Barcelona Spain

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History of Art and Archaeology MA

SOAS University of London United Kingdom

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Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation (MABLE) MA

Distance and Independent Studies Center, RPTU Germany

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