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Bachelor's and Master's theses at the Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology - Field of Sociology

First examiners of a thesis are either professors, private lecturers or research assistants of the field of sociology.

The second examiner is usually a research assistant at the first examiner's chair. In exceptional cases, a research assistant of another chair may be a second examiner if he or she is particularly interested in the topic of your thesis.

The topics for a thesis are discussed in the consultation hours of the first examiner. Please refer to the homepage for information on the respective topics or specific requirements of your examiner.

Notes on the formal design of a thesis: here

Further information on the pages of the examination office.

 

ER 2015: 

Please note that participation in the Social Sciences Colloquium (Bachelor' s) or the Examination and Research Colloquium (Master' s) is mandatory for ER 2015. Please register in time via KLIPS 2.0 (see below for detailed information).

Detailed information on the registration procedure of a thesis under ER 2015: here (not yet in English)