The MSSR includes two shared modules (a basic theoretical module and a methodological-instrumental module) that provide students with complete theoretical and methodological training in the field of social science research.
The master's concentrations aim to train students on how to apply basic methods of social and cultural research within the different disciplines mentioned.
Students get credit for a concentration by taking the 12 ECTS assigned to the classes of the same name in the concentration plan and 18 ECTS for the completion of a master's thesis.
The concentrations aim to provide training commensurate with the different research fields within the ICS, which coordinates the master and where interdisciplinary projects are successfully undertaken everyday.
There are six available concentrations:
1. Linguistics: The Department of Philology within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences collaborated in the design of the linguistics' curriculum
2. Geo-demography: The Department of History, Art History and Geography collaborated in the design of the geo-demography's curriculum
3. Communication: The School of Communication designed the curriculum
4. Nursing: The School of Nursing designed the curriculum
5. Law: The School of Law designed the curriculum
6. Education and Psychology: The School of Education and Psychology designed the curriculum
Duration: 6 months (course work) + 3-5 months (master's thesis)
Beginning: September 24th 2018 (Third edition)
Study mode: Full-time
Location: Mandatory classroom attendance in Pamplona (Navarra)
Number of credits: 60 ECTS
Total prize: 10.524,00 €
Language: Bilingual (English and Spanish)
Official Status: ANECA Accreditation
Ana Marta González
Assistant Director I
Jesús López Fidalgo
Assistant Director II
Institute for Culture and Society
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University of Navarra
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