Zugangsvoraussetzungen: A bachelor of science in Sociology and Cultural Analysis, or a similar background.
Dauer: 2 Jahre
The program M.Sc. in Cultural Sociology is cross-disciplinary and concerned with the solution of contemporary challenges in society generally, and in private and public organizations specifically. Students are expected to work within the cross-field of sociology and anthropology, and they undertake at least two projects in organizations. Depending on their level of expertise in these areas, some students may be required to complete supplementary courses.
The MSc in Cultural Sociology is an international program taught completely in English for which reason a good standard of English is required.
A minimum IELTS score of 6.5, a TOEFL score of 575/230/88 or a minimum CAE score of C is required. If you as an EU/EEA citizen can document this level of English by way of secondary school diploma, you may be exempted from the English language test (minimum 210 full hours of English language classes at high school level is required). For German applicants it will often be sufficient to submit a copy of the upper secondary diploma.
The University of Southern Denmark has access to the IELTS Verification Service; therefore we accept the IELTS test results/score in copy. TOEFL is only accepted in original sent directly from the test centre or the educational testing service (ETS) before registration deadline.
M.Sc. in Cultural Sociology requires two years of full time study. It includes two profiles, “Social Transformation Processes” and “Law, Power and Social Justice”. The curriculum is built up upon a quarter structure. The entire programme is therefore 8 quarters in all.
Contact & Information:
If you have questions regarding admission and enrolment, please contact:
Secretary for international relations
Ellen M. Andersen
University of Southern Denmark
Niels Bohrs Vej 9
Phone: +45 6550 1103