Study programme

Overview courses Research Master in the Sociology of Culture, Media & the Arts. 

Below you can view the programme for the year 2016-2017. If you want to learn more about a specific course, you can do so by filling out the course code in the Course Guide of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. 

Programme Year 1

Term 1

Course code

EC

Cultural Sociology

CS5001

5

Sociology of Media and the Arts

CS5002

5

Research Design

CS5003

5

Term 2

Consumer Culture

CS5010

5

Advanced Quantitative Methods

CS5005

5

Research workshop* - Choose from:

  • Television Audiences
  • Surveillance, Visibility and Reputation
  • Interpersonal Relations Online
  • Creative Cities
  • Ethnographic Research into Culture Participation
  • Artistic Careers                  

 

 

CM4351

CM4252
CM4253
CC4022

CC4203
CC4018

 

5

 

Term 3

Globalization, Digitalization and Culture

CS5009

5

Advanced Qualitative Methods

CS5007

5

Elective course** choose from:

  • Trending Topics in Media Studies
  • Contemporary Approaches to Digital Cultures
  • New Media and Politics
  • Creative Labour in the Media
  • Cultural Tourism
  • International Art Markets

 

 

CS5040

CS5041

CM4493

CM4500

CC4015

CC4117 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Master Seminar

CS5015

pm

Term 4

Research Traineeship

CS5008

15

Research Master Seminar

CS5015

pm

 

 

 

Total:


60


 * Or Research Workshop offered at Sociology
** Or Research Master course offered at another university

Programme Year 2

Term 1 & 2

Course code

EC

Study Abroad*


30

OR 

 

 

Alternative programme which will be discussed individually   30

Term 3 &4



 

Research Master Seminar

CS5015

5

Master Thesis Project

CS5050

25

* During the first term of their second year students can spend a period abroad: 15 EC (term 1) or 30 EC (term 1 & 2). Students who spend 30 EC abroad are required to take one advanced methods course at their foreign host institution.

Disclaimer: the themes/content of the elective courses on offer may vary in subsequent academic years.