The Social Sciences B.A. study program imparts both competence in problem-oriented scholarly work and additional, practical career-related qualifications.
The three pillars of emphasis are:
- Political science
- Social science methodology and statistics
Acquired in these areas are theoretical and methodological skills in interdisciplinary scientific analysis of social and political structures and processes. Additional, career-related qualifications are imparted during a six-week internship and by the module “Social Sciences in Practice.”
The course program requires an interest in social and political questions, a good knowledge of English and mathematical and computer skills (for electronic data processing, statistics).