The Master Sociology has two tracks: Policy, Politics and Society in Comparative Perspective and Health, Wellbeing and Society.
Politics, Policy and Society in Comparative Perspective translates important societal questions from both micro and macro perspectives into sociological research to evaluate policies and to serve as input for new policies. Focus on the analysis of issues related to social cohesion, such as populism, social contacts and solidarity.
More information about the masters program of Politics, Policy and Society in Comparative Perspective can be found on the website of Tilburg University
Health, Wellbeing and Society is about how health and wellbeing are influenced by societal and contextual structures, how health and wellbeing is distributed across Western societies, and how policy can improve health and wellbeing at micro, meso and macro-levels of society.
More information about the masters program of Health, Wellbeing and Society can be found on the website of Tilburg University