Master's Degree in Communication and Sociocultural Problems 12 months Postgraduate Program By Universidad Rey Juan Carlos |Top Universities

Master's Degree in Communication and Sociocultural Problems

Program Duration

12 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

5,100 EURTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

SociologyMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

It is proposed the deepening and research on communicative practices and their incidence in society as a whole and, especially, in the most vulnerable sectors, such as immigrants, minors, women's groups or social movements. Professionally prepare students to face the changing social reality with adequate and specialized knowledge and skills in this field.


The Master's Degree in Communication and Sociocultural Problems has as its general objective the acquisition of analytical and methodological knowledge and skills in that part of the domain of communication whose main references are sociocultural problems (social exclusion, gender, social movements, globalization, development, risk and catastrophes, immigration, cyberculture, child protection, social advertising, youth, cultural diversity, among others).

In particular, it is about acquiring analytical and methodological knowledge and skills in the areas that have to do with:


  • The methodology of social research and the methodology of communication research
  • The investigation of the main sociocultural problems through the media.

Program overview

Main Subject

Sociology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

It is proposed the deepening and research on communicative practices and their incidence in society as a whole and, especially, in the most vulnerable sectors, such as immigrants, minors, women's groups or social movements. Professionally prepare students to face the changing social reality with adequate and specialized knowledge and skills in this field.


The Master's Degree in Communication and Sociocultural Problems has as its general objective the acquisition of analytical and methodological knowledge and skills in that part of the domain of communication whose main references are sociocultural problems (social exclusion, gender, social movements, globalization, development, risk and catastrophes, immigration, cyberculture, child protection, social advertising, youth, cultural diversity, among others).

In particular, it is about acquiring analytical and methodological knowledge and skills in the areas that have to do with:


  • The methodology of social research and the methodology of communication research
  • The investigation of the main sociocultural problems through the media.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

59+
72+
5.5+
Students who have possession of an official Spanish university degree or another issued by a higher education institution that empowers in the country issuing the degree to access Master's degrees. In both cases, the degree must come from the area of ​​Communication, such as Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, Cinema, etc.
1 Year
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Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

2,800 EUR
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International Students

5,100 EUR
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