The PhD course ensures that doctors in Sociology are invested of advanced and consolidated knowledge inthe field of sociology and are able to carry out autonomous scientific activity both In basic and applied research fields.
The training profile encompasses the following components:
1. Theoretical as showed in the capacity for systematic comprehension in a given scientific field of study;
2. Practical as demonstrated in the ability to conceive, design and carry out significant scientific research respecting the requirements imposed by the high standards of academic integrity and quality and critically analyse new and complex ideas;
3. Communicational as revealed in the ability to communicate with other peers and the remaining academic community and society in general within the research field;
4. Participative as reflected in the ability to promote within the academic and/or professional contexts the social and cultural impact of the research.