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Studies and Teaching

Regular Courses

The chair is in charge of teaching Methods of Empirical Social Research. In this field, introductory and advanced courses are regularly offered both for Bachelor and Master studies, such as:

  • the lecture "Einführung in die quantitativen Methoden"
    • ("Introduction to quantitative methods");
  • the tutorials "Methoden der quantitativen Sozialforschung 1 und 2"
    • ("Methods of quantitative social research 1 and 2)";
  • research internships; and
  • seminars.

In addition, we also offer courses in compulsory elective modules for Bachelor and Master studies. In this context, the focus is likewise on the discussion of quantitative research results. Taking part in our courses generally requires openness to quantitative methods. Exemplary subject areas include:

    • Discrimination, e.g. on the housing market;
    • Educational sociology;
    • Economic sociology;
    • Social inequality in its most different forms and with regard to its temporal development.

Further information for regular students (content in German)

Colloquium and Seminar "Analytical Sociology"

Furthermore, two other courses are organized in cooperation with the Chair for Quantitative Inequality and Family Research (Prof. Dr. Josef Brüderl):

  • In the framework of the research colloquium “Analytical Sociology”, guest lecturers present current research results. Guests are always welcome!
  • viu_teaserInternationally renowned scholars regularly take part in the course “Analytical sociology: Theory and empirical implementation” at Venice International University. Master students (application necessary) may acquire ECTS credits in this course and will be able to establish important contacts. Please visite the seminar website for further information.

We look forward to welcoming you to our courses and lectures!


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