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Masters Degree in Sociology in South America

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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.

Sociology is a field of study that aims to understand how societies and the structures and institutions that govern them operate. Topics such as social class, relationships between civilizations, and history are often included in the curriculum.

Spanning many countries and island territories, South America is home to many Spanish-speaking countries. Here, students can literally walk through history on their way to class and soak up the culture of ancient societies. 

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Master's Degree in Research in Contemporary Social Problems

Universidad Central - Colombia
Campus Full-time Part-time 4 semesters January 2020 Colombia Bogotá + 1 more

The Master in Research in Contemporary Social Problems, attached to the Department of Social Sciences, has the objective of training critical professionals, with the ability to critically and creatively analyze their environment, in such a way that they allow themselves to open possibilities for transformation both of themselves and of your own social context.


Masters in society, technology and public policy

Grupo Tiradentes
Campus Full-time March 2019 Brazil Aracaju

The Master in Society, Technology and Public Policy includes a number of human, technological and applied social sciences, combining perspectives that are not met in other disciplinary courses and supported in other areas as engineering and public health.


Master in Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA)

IPSL Institute for Global Learning
Online & Campus Combined Full-time 13 months May 2019 USA Portland Peru Cusco Colombia Medellín Cartagena Vietnam Hanoi Tanzania Arusha Greece Thessaloniki Samothraki + 12 more

Through IPSL’s independently designed and curated reflections seminars, “Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA), “ students receive a foundation of the history and key practices of community building and civic engagement, from domestic and international volunteerism, community organizing, grassroots social movements, and activism.