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Degree in Sociology

2017/2018 · 240 credits

Introduction

WHY SOCIOLOGY?

Because it is necessary: The labour market demands highly specialised professionals trained to observe, diagnose and evaluate the processes of social development both in Galicia and other regions.

Because it is unique: It is the only Sociology Faculty in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, which enables a curriculum designed for the whole territory, concentrating efforts and synergies on our centre.

Because it is consolidated: The Faculty is already established and has extensive experience within the university system. It has stable staff and resources, excellent infrastructures, etc.

Because of its perfect size: The characteristics of the degree and the centre in question make up a perfectly sized faculty without overcrowding and with a suitable number of students, professors, departments, etc. all of which makes for an optimal relationship among everyone.

Because it is complementary to other degrees: The degree is a perfect complement to others in Social Sciences, such as Social Education, Social Work, Economics, Business Administration and Management, Political Science, etc.

Because it welcomes numerous international students: The number of Erasmus students who choose our centre for their studies has been increasing in recent years, making it one of the major destinations within the Galician university system.

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Why study

WHAT DO WE OFFER?

Personalised and quality training.

A modern centre and whith a high technological level.

A close and pleasant working environment.

A confortable city with multiple possibilities.

A modern degree with great projections for the future.

Roadmap

Starting academic year 2008/2009
Last update/verification ACSUG date 06/05/2008
Authorization Xunta Council date 17/07/2008
Authorization DOG publication date 30/07/2008
Official BOE publication date 26/09/2008
DOG syllabus publication date 07/04/2009
BOE syllabus publication date 07/04/2009