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The graduate program in sociology offers master’s and doctoral courses, which lead to the award of a master’s or doctoral degree, respectively.
The doctoral course seeks to provide more extensive, in-depth scientific and cultural training than the master’s course and to develop student’s scientific creativity and ability to carry out research
Major Area: Sociological Theory and Social Thought
Lines of Research
- 1. Sociological theory
- 2. Brazilian social thought
- 3. Specific theories
Major Area: Work, Culture and Environment
Lines of Research
- 1. Sociology of work
- 2. Sociology of culture
- 3. Technology, environment and the population problem
To be eligible for admission as a degree-seeking graduate student (i.e., masters or doctoral programs), students must hold a university degree. Admission to graduate programs is subject to course-specific standards and requirements, which vary from one field to another. In order to find out these requirements, the student must get in touch with the specific department and request admission information (selection procedures, deadlines, etc). In general, applicants are evaluated by means of a written exam, a study plan and personal interviews.
Foreign students have their requests and documents initially reviewed by the Graduate Program Coordinator of the program he/she is interested. If accepted, a letter of conditional acceptance at the university will be issued and emailed to the student with a digital certification. This will enable the student to apply for a student visa, required for class registration upon arrival. You should not try to come on a tourist visa: A change of visa status after entering Brazil is not possible.