Objectives and Courses

The aim of Social Anthropology Programme is - to educate professionals of sociocultural anthropology in possession of high intercultural competences and ability to work efficiently in the global transnational and multicultural society by being able to explain the dynamics of contemporary human condition through the holistic and comparative perspective and to address social practices, political strategies, and cultural meanings with reference to ethnographic methodology and anthropological theorizing.

More information can be found here: Master of Social Anthropology

Courses:

Course

Code

ECTS Credits

Compulsory courses (6)

 

 

Contemporary Theories in Sociocultural Anthropology

SAT 5001

6

 Research Methods in Social Anthropology

SAT 5002

6

 Social and Cultural Identity

SAT 5020

6

 Ethnicity, Migration, Politics of Identity

SAT 5021

6

 Anthropology of the State

SAT 5023

6

Anthropology of Socialism and Post-Socialism

SAT 6004

6

 

SAT 5007

6

Optional courses (12)

 

 

Cognitive Anthropology

SAT 5022

6

Visual Anthropology

SAT 5006

6

Special Course 1

SAT 5029

6

Religion, Culture and the State

SAT 5028

6

Anthropology of Globalisation and Anti-globalisation 

SAT 5027

6

Area Studies in Anthropology

SAT 5015

6

Special Course 2

SAT 5030

6

Sociology and Anthropology of Gender

SOC 5004

6

Sociology of Civil Society

SOC 6009

6

Medical Sociology and Anthropology

SAT 5017

6

Applied anthropology

SAT 6001

6

Research Projects (2)

 

 

Research Project Design

SAT 5026

6

Anthropological Fieldwork

SAT 6005

6

Master’s Thesis

 

 

Master's Thesis in Social Anthropology

30

Total:

 

120