Our School offers:

  • first and second-cycle programmes (Bachelor, Master and Complementary Certificate)
  • third-cycle programmes (PhD)
  • continuing education programmes for people who are already working 


The Bachelor degree is a first-cycle programme that generally takes three years to complete (180 credits under the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System). It provides students with fundamental knowledge and skills in their chosen field of study. The Faculty offers Bachelor programmes in the following subjects:


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geography and environment   political science   sociology   history - economics - society








The Master programme offers students more specialized knowledge and skills. It generally takes one and a half years (90 ECTS credits) or two years (120 ECTS credits) to complete. The Faculty offers Master programmes in the following subjects: 


Masters in English                
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innovation, human development, and sustainability   standardization, social regulation and sustainable development            



Masters in French                


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territorial development   gender studies   cultural and political geography   international economic history    public management



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political science   journalism and communication   environmental science   socioeconomics    sociology



Students may be admitted to the programme if they hold a Bachelor in the same field of study (“consecutive” Master programmes) or if their application is accepted (“specialized” Master programmes).


The Complementary Certificate is a short programme (generally 30 ECTS credits) that is open to students who already hold a Bachelor or Master degree and wish to add a new area of specialty to their degree. The Faculty currently offers two Complementary Certificate programmes:

citizenship studies
visual studies


The PhD programme gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to carry out a major research project in the form of a thesis. The Faculty offers different specializations at the doctoral level:

social sciences
information systems
urban and regional planning
environment and sustainable development
gender studies
economic and social history
political science
media and communication studies