The Master in Social Sciences, now beginning its third edition, is well established.
This is an academic research Master of two years (120 credits), undertaken entirely in English.
The third edition has 23 students from many countries (Spain, Germany, USA, Russia, Turkey, Norway, Peru etc.). Five of the students have full scholarships and a further three have financial assistance.
The objective of the Master is to teach students to undertake high level research in the principal themes of the social sciences. It provides advanced, interdisciplinary, training in the social sciences, placing great importance on methodology and quantitative analysis.
The Master covers three fields: political science, sociology and economic history.
Those students wishing to write a doctoral thesis after completing the Master can do so in the new doctoral program of the Department of Social Sciences, Carlos III University.
The professors of the Master include members of the IC3JM and of the Departments of Social Sciences and Statistics at the Carlos III University: Juan Díez Medrano, Jordi Domènech, Juan Fernández, Robert Fishman, Alberto Muñoz, Javier Polavieja, Leandro Prados de la Escosura, Bryan Rooney, Jonas Radl, Esther Ruiz, Ignacio Sánchez-Cuenca, Rickard Sandell, Carlos Santiago-Caballero, Helena Veiga y Dandan Wang.
In addition, prestigious external professors are invited to teach. During the 2018/19 academic year, these will include Joaquín Artés (Complutense University, Madrid), José Fernández-Albertos (CSIC, Madrid), Gabriel Negretto (CIDE, Méjico) y José Antonio Noguera (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona).
More information can be found at the Master web page.