Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
• Master in Political Science, with specializations in comparative politics, international relations and political theory • Master in Sociology
These Master’s programs are intended for students seeking to acquire rigorous training in both fundamental knowledge and methodology, which will enable them to pursue research, to conduct quantitative and qualitative surveys, to analyze and present ﬁndings, and to work as part of a team. Graduates are prepared for a wide range of positions of responsibility at many different kinds of organizations (consulting ﬁrms, non-proﬁt organizations, public administration, local administration, international organizations and NGOs, private-sector organisms, etc.). The Doctoral School offers 5 Doctoral programs: • Doctorate in Law • Doctorate in Economics • Doctorate in History • Doctorate in Political Science, with specializations in Comparative Politics, International Relations and Political Theory • Doctorate in Sociology The doctorate (PhD) is intended primarily for students wishing to pursue careers in university teaching and research. Whether in the Master’s or Doctoral programs, students work under the supervision of a tutor (or by a research director for doctoral dissertations) beginning in their ﬁrst year and throughout the course of their studies, especially during the writing of their research theses. The primary goal is to provide students with a thorough mastery of the knowledge and methods of their chosen discipline.