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School of Human and Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage
SOCIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
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Degree course details
Degree course type First cycle degree D.M. 270/2004
Sp1419
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Degree course code SP1419
Activated in 2008/09
Year of degree course structure 2010/11
Class (Ministerial field of study code) L-40 - Sociology
Degree issued
Branch Padova
Language Italian
Degree course tracks Common track
Related degree courses --
Other degree courses within the same class    --

Degree programme regulations Regulations Rector's decree and regulations, issued on 04/06/2019 with RD n. 1982/2019
Annex 1 General description of educational activities
Annex 2 Study progression and proposed educational activities (course units, contact hours, credits, relevant subject areas, teaching-learning methodology, etc.)
Annex 3 Plans of studies (tracks) which do not require further approval by the Degree Course Council

Brief description of the degree course
Characteristics and objectives
The course offers a sound background in Sociology, with specific attention paid to the methodology used which is useful to understand and analyse contemporary social phenomena and their processes of change. In this study course special attention is given to two educational aspects: first, the theoretical, analytical and observational features which characterize sociology are constantly engaged and interact with the sensitivity and competences which are typical of other social sciences; second, students are equipped with the tools to understand the various qualitative and quantitative techniques which are typical of the collection, elaboration and interpretation of data methods used in social research.
More specifically, the objectives of this degree course are:
a) To identify the main issues of contemporary social contexts (globalisation, multiculturalism, migration, social and economic inequalities, inter-religious and inter-ethnic relationships, media and communication, the daily life), so as to spur students not only to understand the particular nature of the "sociological approach", but also to transform it into a practical tool for use to develop actions in order to face the challenges of contemporary society in the most effective way.
b) To transfer knowledge and methodological competences which are essential to empirically analyse social phenomena. To this extent, the second year includes three methodological and statistical courses which introduce and analyse the main social research techniques in depth; during the second and third year, students also are also given a wide choice of workshops thanks to which they can develop applied sociological knowledge and a series of practical competences and specific research techniques for use in all those contexts requiring an analysis of the complex social reality.
c) To promote an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach aiming at preparing students critically to complete their background with knowledge and competences from other disciplines. More specifically, during the first year, students are introduced to social sciences thanks to courses in contemporary history, social psychology, principles of political economy, cultural anthropology, political science, or principles of public law.

Occupational opportunities
This first-cycle degree course with limited places develops competences to analyse databases and to manage innovation on the markets, in addition to organizational and labour dynamics and human resources. Knowledge is also fostered for the production and analysis of communicative interaction in complex systems and analytical and planning skills for services aimed at improving the citizens' wealth, social integration, the promotion of human rights and recognising identities, with special attention on migration processes and the creation of intercultural social situations are all developed.
A graduate in Sociological Sciences can enter the labour market by working in: private companies, local and national public bodies, local health authorities, not-for-profit and social cooperation associations; public and communication offices; research offices and offices for the planning of social services and public policies; HR offices, training, selection and cultural mediation; market research institutes and agencies carrying out surveys; social research institutes with operational duties which are in charge of collecting and elaborating data.
The competences gained are the foundation for a possible further specialization with second-cycle sociological degrees.

From Bachelor's degree to Master's degree
The course offers direct access to the second-cycle interclass degree course in Cultures, Education and Global Society.

Admission
Admission type Restricted number of places
EU students and non-EU students with residency in Italy 246
number of non-EU students resident abroad 4
        of which Chinese ("Marco Polo" Programme) 1
Minimum number of pre-enrollments on which the activation of the Course of Study depends   --
Enrollment as a part time student yes
Fees Fees for A.Y. 2019/20
Admission notice    Admission notice for A.Y. 2019/20

Admission tests and pre-selections
Updated on 19/09/2019, at 07:30
Test Submission of applications Number of
applicants
of which applied as 1st choice
"Corsi di Laurea in Comunicazione e Scienze Sociologiche" expired on 28/08/2019 1109 319

Detail of results
Updated on 19/09/2019, at 04:01
Test Category Visualisation
"Corsi di Laurea in Comunicazione e Scienze Sociologiche" "Categoria senza posti riservati" from 17/09/2019 to 20/09/2019
"Corsi di Laurea in Comunicazione e Scienze Sociologiche" "Cinesi Progetto Marco Polo" from 17/09/2019 to 20/09/2019
"Corsi di Laurea in Comunicazione e Scienze Sociologiche" "Non comunitari residenti all'estero" from 17/09/2019 to 20/09/2019


Links
Ministerial websites Universitaly
Academic reference structures School of Human and Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage
Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology
Chair of the Degree Course Teachers' Council CLAUDIO RIVA

Evaluation of Teaching
A.Y. 2016/17: A.Y. 2015/16: A.Y. 2014/15:

Accreditation and Assessment Team Members
Docente BELOTTI VALERIO (11/11/2018—29/09/2020)
Docente FRISINA ANNALISA MARIA (30/09/2016—29/09/2020)
Docente MORTARINO CINZIA (30/09/2016—29/09/2020)
Presidente GAV RIVA CLAUDIO (11/11/2018—29/09/2020)
Stakeholder RASERA MAURIZIO (22/01/2018—29/09/2020)
Studente BIANCHINI CATERINA (11/11/2018—29/09/2020)
Studente VACCARO MARCO (11/11/2018—29/09/2020)

Course units available for each Academic Year of the degree course
Please note:
Here you can find the list of the course units provided for in your study plan, in order of year.
Click on "A.Y. 2019/20 details" to see the details concerning the course unit taught in A.Y. 2019/20.
Warning: there could be changes in the next Academic Years.
Is this link not available? It means that the course unit doesn't exist in A.Y. 2019/20: it will be taught for the first time in the next Academic Years.
Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
COMMON SUP5070221 6 1st Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA KATIA CALDARI
COMMON SUP5070224 9 1st Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA ANDREA BOBBIO
COMMON SP13107653 9 1st Year (2019/20) First
semester
ITA STEFANO ALLIEVI
COMMON SP13107947 9 1st Year (2019/20) Second
semester
ITA MONICA FIORAVANZO
COMMON SP04100348 9 1st Year (2019/20) Second
semester
ITA FRANCESCO SPAGNA
COMMON SPM0013241 9 1st Year (2019/20) Second
semester
ITA MARCO ALMAGISTI
COMMON SP20104049 9 1st Year (2019/20) Second
semester
ITA FILIPPO PIZZOLATO
COMMON SUP5070219 9 1st Year (2019/20) Second
semester
ITA MATTEO BORTOLINI
COMMON SPL1003066 9 2nd Year (2020/21) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SPM0014437 9 2nd Year (2020/21) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP5070240 9 2nd Year (2020/21) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SPL1001371 9 2nd Year (2020/21) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082562 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SPM0013210 6 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082601 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082600 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082599 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082602 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082558 6 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082617 3 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SPM0014436 9 2nd Year (2020/21) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP5070242 9 3rd Year (2021/22) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP5070243 9 3rd Year (2021/22) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP3051897 9 3rd Year (2021/22) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP5070244 9 3rd Year (2021/22) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP8082559 9 3rd Year (2021/22) First
semester
ITA
COMMON SPM0014438 9 3rd Year (2021/22) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SPL1000329 9 3rd Year (2021/22) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP3051539 9 3rd Year (2021/22) Second
semester
ITA
COMMON SUP7079037 9 3rd Year (2021/22) Second
semester
ITA

Final examination
Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
COMMON SP09106948 9 Annual ITA