Master's Degrees in Sociology in Spain

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Studying Sociology

Sociology deals with studying human society by analysing and investigating it using several methods of empirical research. Sociology is a branch of social science covering topics such as deviance, social stratification, social class, culture, social mobility, law and religion. Sociology is related to disciplines such as anthropology, social psychology, or philosophy.

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Studying in Spain

At Spanish universities, you’ll experience a friendly and laid-back atmosphere full of international students coming from all over the world. Although lectures are pretty formal, seminars and lab work are more relaxed, allowing students to freely discuss with professors and ask them questions regarding their course materials.

12 Sociology Master's degrees in Spain

M.Sc. Immigration Management

The aim of this master's degree is to consolidate high quality university studies using firm foundations of theoretical and applied knowledge and tools that are useful for professional work in public administration and private bodies, in institutional organisations and bodies, and within the wider social fabric which is contributing to the management of immigration societies.

Department of Political and Social Sciences
Postgraduate Diploma Marriage and Family Education

Through this course, the Institute for Advanced Family Studies (IESF) offers a comprehensive study of family life, via a methodology which is suitable for parents and for professionals who work in the area of education or family enrichment. The Marriage and Family Education course is offered by Universitat Internacional de Catalunya.

Institute of Advanced Family Studies
M.A. Regional and Population Studies

The master's degree in Regional and Population Studies offers the chance to choose between two specialisations of great social importance: regional planning on the one hand and demography on the other. This master's degree leads on to our PhD degrees, of which both Demography and Geography have received Awards for Excellence from the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

Political Sciences, Society and Culture
Master Society, Administration and Politics

The Master’s Degree in Society, Administration and Politics is mainly intended for political advisers, communication managers and journalists, those in public office,, people running organisations and foundations, , advanced undergraduate students of social sciences and members of the general public who are interested in learning about the transformations in society and politics.

Master Social Sciences

The Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM) at Carlos III University of Madrid offers a two-year, official Master of Social Sciences, fully run in English. It corresponds to 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System).

Graduate School of Humanities, Communications and Social Sciences
M.A. Social and Cultural Anthropology CREOLE

The master's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology is the first Joint-Master Degree in Socialand Cultural Anthropology with a European dimension. It was developed by the departments ofAnthropology of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, the National University of Ireland-Maynooth, and the departments of Anthropology of the universities of Ljubljana, Stockholm and Vienna.

Political Sciences, Society and Culture
M.Sc. Sociology and Demography

The master's programme in Sociology and Demography trains professionals to conduct high-quality research on key socio-demographic aspects of modern societies.

Department of Political and Social Sciences
M.A. Youth and Society

The Joint Master’s in Youth and Society is a programme recognised by the Government of Catalonia and by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Innovation, officially valid in the entire Spanish State and adapted to European guidelines. As a result, it follows current regulations regarding this training in Spain, access to the programme and the costs per credit, which are subsidised.

Political Sciences, Society and Culture
M.A. Sociology of Law

The goal of the programme is to expose students from different academic backgrounds and countries to the most important theories on sociology of law (socio-legal studies), to contemporary debates in selected pertinent topics, to teach them how to design and conduct sustained, original research on socio-legal topics, and to provide them with the experience of actually carrying out such a project.