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Master's Program

Information and Social Studies Cluster Behavioral Economics,
Public Policy,
Theory of Media and Society,Computer Science,
Intellectual Property,
International Relations,
Contemporary Political Science,
Development Economics,
Sociology of Organizations,
Economic Sociology,
History of Constitutional Law,
Econometrics of Innovation,
Sociology of Schools,
Journalism,
Criminal Law and Modern Crime,
Social Systems Theory,
Science and Society
Media and Cultural Studies Cluster Social Cultural History,
History of Media and Society,
Comparative Literature and Culture,
Culture and Representation,
Gender Studies,
Transnational Cultural Studies,
Islamic Area Studies,
Urban and Architectural Theory,
Multiculturalism,
History and Philosophy of Science
Human and Communication Studies Cluster Organizational Communication,
Cognitive Informatics,
An Introduction to Rhetorical Criticism,
Family Sociology,,
Intercultural Communication,
Life Studies,
Anthropology and Consciousness Studies,Contemporary Thoughts,
Humanity and Society,
Investigation into Intimate and Public Communication,
Philosophy of Psychology
Research Support Seminars Intensive Reading of Scholastic Literature,
Field Approach,
Academic Writing,
Applied Social Research Methodology

Doctoral Program

Table of subjects

  • Directing Dissertation I/II
  • Multidisciplinary Approaches to Information and Communication I/II