A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Courses in Social Sciences teach students to interact carefully and kindly with others, with an emphasis on at-risk populations. Common studies often include psychology, sociology, ethics, research, grant writing and social policy. Students may specialize in topics such as mental health, family services and substance abuse.
Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country situated in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe.
Vaasa city rests in the west coast of Finland. The city has over 60,000 residents and most them work in the city’s industries. Vaasa city has 3 key Universities.
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This programme stems from the need to recognize the multidisciplinary nature of social exclusion. It takes seriously the need to provide analytical tools for critically reflecting on our social and cultural futures from a larger perspective based in the humanities, and anchored in subjects such as History, Ethics, Philosophy, The study of Religion, Gender Studies, Theology and Minority studies. The programme taps into a set of topical global issues and brings to the surface relevant factors and dimensions that underlie the process of social exclusion; values, ideas, beliefs, trends, ideologies, practices in combination with the individual and social agency, capabilities and power. The skillset provided by this programme is useful both for students seeking a career in a range of organisations and for those who are aiming for a career in research. [+]
Duration: 120 credits, 2 years of full-time study
Degree awarded: Master of Arts, Master of Theology
Annual intake: 20
Tuition fee: 10 000 € for students from non-EU/EEA countries
In the midst of the growing diversity and complexity of today’s rapidly changing world, people suffering from poverty, deprivation of legal rights, and cultural and social isolation has become a growing global concern. These issues are examples of a phenomenon termed social exclusion; a complex condition that extends beyond economic disadvantage and poverty. It is a multifaceted process through which people lose political, legal, and social agency, and through which they are stigmatized or discriminated against. Social exclusion is therefore closely linked to culture and history, how we interact and make boundaries, how we think about society, what we take to be true, and how we envision a good world.... [-]