In the letters below you will find everything you need to know regarding your introductory meeting.
Please note that introductory meetings are for accepted students only and not for people on our waiting list. More information for those on the waiting list can be found on the page Checklist for New Students.
Due to the situation regarding covid-19, certain changes in the schedule may be made at short notice. For questions, contact the Student Office at info [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se.
Courses in Sociology
Sociology: Classical and Contemporary Theory, 15 credits (SOCN03)
Sociology: Social Policy and Welfare Management, 15 credits (SOCN17)
Sociology: Sociology of Global Development and Sustainability, 30 credits (SOCA26)
Swedish Social Policy, 7,5 credits (SASA22)
Sociology: Master (One or Two Year) Thesis, 15-30 credits (SOCM13, SOCM03, SOCM04)
Starting second half of the semester:
Sociology: Methods and Social Analysis, 15 credits (SOCN06)
Courses in Social Anthropology
Social Anthropology: Ethnography in Social Science, 15 credtis (SANN04)
Social Anthropology: Theory and Method Course, 15 credits (SANN03) (stand-alone course and rhe first course of the Master's programme SASAN)
Social Anthropology: Ethnographic Fieldwork, 15 credits (SANN15)
Social Anthropology and Contemporary Swedish Society, 7,5 credits (SASA23)
Social Anthropology: Master's Thesis 15-30 credits (SANM03, SANM04, SANM13)
Courses in Education and Criminology
Theories, Perspectives and Concepts of Cultural Criminology, 15 credits (CCRN01), stand-alone course and the first course of the Master's programme SACCR
Education, Culture and Lifestyle in Sweden 7.5 credits (SASA20)
Internship courses, 15-30 credits (SOCN18 and SOCN19)
Master of Science Programme in Sociology, 120 credtis (SASCO)
Master of Science Programme in Cultural Criminology, 120 credits (SACCR)
Master of Science Programme in Social Anthropology, 120 credits (SASAN)
Don't miss our Checklist for new students where we have gathered the most important information for you at the beginning of the semester.
We hope you enjoy your studies at the Department of Sociology!