Master's Programme in Social Anthropology, Second level, 120.0hp, Autumn 2017

 Master's program in Social Anthropology (658 Kb)

Term 1

  • History and Philosophy of Anthropological Theory, 15 credits
  • Key Themes in Contemporary Anthropology, 15 credits

Term 2

Examples of courses offered:

Term 3

  • Individual tutorial course, 7.5 credits
  • Anthropological Methods, 7.5 credits
  • Fieldwork, 15 credits

Term 4

  • Master's thesis, 30 credits

Schedule and courses may change.

Learning objectives

After having satisfactorily completed the programme the student should:

  • Have a profound knowledge of social anthropological theory of science, methods and theory
  • Have insight into a number of theoretical and/or regional areas of specialization
  • Have an understanding of a number of areas of specialization within applied anthropology and the demands that they make on anthropological knowledge and perspectives
  • Have prepared a social anthropological research project and carried out fieldwork
  • Have written a longer thesis based on an ethnographic field investigation
  • Be well-acquainted with and capable of academic writing

Requirements

Bachelor’s degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen/180 HE credits) in Anthropology or the equivalent in the social or cultural sciences. For English language competence, see www.universityadmissions.se.

Application

You can apply through www.universityadmissions.se. The program starts in late August.

Master's Programme in Social Anthropology, Second level, 120.0hp, Autumn 2017