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Sociology of Technology

Technological change in business, in everyday life and in the world of communication leads to changes in organizations, markets, identities and lifestyles. There is clearly a growing demand for experts who can critically assess, analyze and evaluate the potentials of new technologies and their effects on society.

With its innovative combination of sociology and technology studies, our three-year bachelor’s program is unique in Germany. The program focuses on three components:

  1. Fundamentals in the social studies of technology, general sociology as well as methods of empirical social research
  2. Specific and applied sociological fields
  3. Selected topics from a discipline within the engineering sciences.

In the two-year master’s program, students are preparing for careers in social scientific research.

Read more about the Institute of Sociology.

General Information on Available Courses of Study

The Regulations Governing General Study and Examination Procedures (AllgStuPO) at TU Berlin govern the organization and implementation of studies and examinations for all degree courses at Technische Universität Berlin.

The Selection Statutes (Auswahlsatzung) govern the admission requirements and selection procedures for all degree courses at Technische Universität Berlin.

The applicable version of both documents can be found in the download area.

You can find an overview of generally accepted certificates of language skills on the webpages of the Office of Student Affairs.

The subject-specific regulations can be found in the individual Study and Examination Regulations (StuPO) or Regulations for Admission and Selection (ZZO) of each degree course.

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Bachelor's program Sociology of Technology

Entry Requirements:

The General Qualification for University Entrance (Allgemeine oder Fachgebundene Hochschulreife) is required. According to section 11 (§11) of  the Berlin University & College Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz) entry can be granted even without A levels.

    

Information Material
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2014 (incl. amendment 2016)
(valid from winter semester 2014/15)
Regulations for the Mandatory Internship 2014
Handbook of Modules
The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin.

Please select your
version of the Regulation for Study and Examination Procedures (StuPO) and the desired semester via the following link. 

Handbook of modules, Master's program Sociology of Technology

The catalogue can optionally be downloaded with and without detailed description in PDF format.

Old Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2010
(expired since summer semester 2018)
Regulation respecting the Standards for Equivalence, StuPO 2010 - 2014

Regulation for Study and Examination Procedures 2007
(expired since summer semester 2015)

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Masters' program Sociology of Technology

Entry Requirements:

Entry requirements are the general entry requirements according to sections 10 to 13 of the Berlin University & College Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz) and a bachelor's or equivalent degree in the field of "Sociology of Technology" or in a closely related subject. Degrees are accepted as closely related if study attainments comprising at least 60 ECTS credits were gained in the following disciplines:

  1. General Sociology
  2. Sociology of Technology
  3. Sociology of Organization
  4. Sociology of Urban and Regional Planning

Whether the technical and content-related qualification is sufficient, will be decided by the board of examiners.

Detailled admission and selection modalities are regulated in the subject-specific regulations for admission and selection.

   

Information Material
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2014
(valid from winter semester 2014/15)
Regulations for Admission and Selection 2014
(valid from winter semester 2015/16)
Handbook of Modules
The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin.

Please select your
version of the Regulation for Study and Examination Procedures (StuPO) and the desired semester via the following link. 

Handbook of modules, Master's program Sociology of Technology

The catalogue can optionally be downloaded with and without detailed description in PDF format.

Old Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2010
(expired since summer semester 2018)
Regulation respecting the Standards for Equivalence (StuPO) 2010 - 2014
Regulation for Study and Examination Procedures 2007
(expired since summer semester 2014)

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Student Counselling Service

The student personnel in the student counselling service are contact persons for general information and organizational issues prior to and during your studies.

Student Counselling Service Sociology
Fraunhoferstraße 33-36
FH-Gebäude, Room FH 903

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Contact Persons, Representatives and Committees

In order to obtain further information on specific study programs, you can contact a whole range of responsible bodies: student counselors, course representatives, examination boards, teaching committees, representatives for BAföG or internships. You can find a list of the responsible contact persons on the webpages of the Faculty-Service-Center.

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