Faculty of Economics and Social SciencesSociology – Bachelor 100%

Sociology is the science of social action in specific consideration of institutional conditionalities and effects. It is in equal parts a theory-driven as well as an empirical discipline. 

Facts & Formalities

DegreeBachelor of Arts
Type of programmeUndergraduate
Start of programmeWinter semester only
Standard period of study6 semesters
Language(s) of instructionGerman and English
Fees and contributions151.05 € / Semester
Application procedureSubjects with admission restriction in the scope of the dialogue-oriented services procedure
Application deadlinesInformation about deadlines can be obtained after you have put together a degree program.

Course Content

The Bachelor’s degree programme in Sociology provides students with a sound theoretical and empirical grounding in Sociology. Students will gain knowledge of the theoretical and methodological foundations of the subject, with due reference being made to the requirements of the job market and the changes taking place within it. Students will learn to work to academic standards and to critically analyse social conditions and the measures taken by governmental and non-governmental institutions to improve them. 

The degree programme focusses on the study of the structural conditions of institutional configurations such as “state”, “market” and “civil society”, along with the repercussions that these have on individuals’ behaviour. The Bachelor’s degree programme enables students to gain a first degree that qualifies them to enter a profession. They are able to independently solve problems in their chosen career and simultaneously assume responsibility in the respective institutional configurations ‘state’, ‘market’ and ‘civil society’.

Course Structure

The Bachelor’s degree programme is modular and comprises subject-specific modules and modules in cross-disciplinary skills. The modules consist of mandatory courses in sociology, in the cross-disciplinary elective module as well as courses in the compulsory elective area.