International Joint Master's Degree in Cultural Sociology – Field of study catalogue MU
International Joint Master's Degree in Cultural Sociology
“CULTURAL IS REAL”
The Master’s degree programme in Cultural Sociology is offered by the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University, together with sociology departments at the University of Graz, University of Zadar, and University of Trento as a joint degree. It is unique in its thorough and systematic focus on analytical competences and skills and offers instruction in sophisticated methods of interpretation of social meanings and links between various social phenomena and data. Rather than being a variation on the sociology of culture, which analyses sociological aspects of cultural forms and systems (religion, art, etc.), the discipline of cultural sociology is based on the analysis of cultural aspects of any sociological phenomena, including bureaucratic organizations or economic data.
After successfully completing his/her studies the graduate is able to:
- Analyse and understand social phenomena from a cultural perspective.
Graduates of Cultural Sociology can pursue careers in marketing (market research), opinion polls, employment offices, state administration, media, educational institutions and research centres, human resources, non-governmental organizations, and social movements – in short, anywhere where they can use their ability to analyse and understand of social phenomena.
The International Joint Master’s Degree in Cultural Sociology is a four-semester (two-year) full-time Master’s degree programme. You will enrol at one of the partner universities, and spend at least one semester (preferably the 3rd semester) at another partner university. Upon graduation, you will receive a joint diploma of all four partner universities. Students have a recommended study plan available to them, but are not required to follow it. Students develop their own study plans to satisfy the requirements contained in the Study and Examination Regulations of Masaryk University.
No practical training.
Graduation requirements can be found in the Study and Examination Regulations of Masaryk University.
Graduates can apply for doctoral degree programmes in the field or in related fields at Czech as well as international universities.