This is an academic research Master of two years (120 credits), wholly undertaken in English.
It aims to be an internationally recognized Master in the area of the Social Sciences, as demanding, intense and rigorous as the best postgraduate programs in the United States and Europe.
The objective of this Master is to teach students high level research in the core topics of the Social Sciences. The Master provides advanced and interdisciplinary training in the Social Sciences, giving particular importance to methodology and quantitative analysis.
The Master covers three fields: political science, sociology and economic history.
The core team of professors are members of the IC3JM, from the Department of Social Sciences and from the Departments of Economy and Statistics at the Carlos III University.
Furthermore, internationally prestigious external professors will be invited to give lectures. The first edition of the Master will include courses from Lucinda Platt (Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics), Ian Shapiro (Professor of Political Science at Yale University), Irena Kogan (Professor of Sociology at Manheim University), Dídac Queralt (Professor of Political Science at the Institute of Political Economy and Government), Bernard Grofman (Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Irvine) and José Fernández-Albertos (Researcher in Political Science at CSIC).
More information can be found at the Master's website.