Organized academic training - PhD in Sociology – Doctoral degree, 3 years – Trondheim
Study plan for the PhD programme in in Sociology
For active PhD candidates on this programme, the latest current version of the study plan from the academic year 2017/2018 applies. For more information about PhD completion, see Doctoral degree 1-2-3.The study plan consists of one part that is specific for the PhD programme in Sociology, and one common part shared by all PhD programmes at the Faculty of Social and Educational Science.
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Organized academic training component
Please make sure to register all your courses. Together with the faculty, the department is responsible for ensuring that all registered courses are included in the Common Student System (FS). The training component comprises three elements which in sum should amount to at least 30 credits:
- Scientific Theory
- Research Methods
You can register for courses via Studentweb by 15 September for the autumn semester and by 1 February for the spring semester. PhD candidates do not pay a semester fee.
Candidates at other institutions who wish to take courses at NTNU apply via Søknadsweb. See more information for external PhD candidates.
The national research course portal for social sciences gives you an overview of courses offered in social sciences at the national level.
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- Guidelines for Research Ethics
- PhD Forms
- PhD Handbook
- Registration for PhD courses and research courses for external candidates
- SFEL800 Philosophy of Science for the Social Sciences
- Student Web
- The Ethics Portal
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