Bachelor's Degree in Applied Statistics + Bachelor's Degree in Sociology

A combined degree in statistics and sociology trains professionals with a high capacity for analysis of the social reality and a large knowledge in the use of quantitative tools.

The degree prepares you to become a versatile professional, expert in statistics and sociological analysis, and this combination will allow you to comprehend social phenomena using a larger variety of scientific research and analysis techniques.

The UAB campus is an ideal location for a double degree and your assigned tutors will provide the support and guidance needed from day one to help you successfully adapt to the fast academic pace required by this double degree.

Statistics combined with sociology trains specialists in a variety of areas of social life (public opinion, communication media, demography, fashion, consumption, inequalities, etc.), as well as the management of important volumes of data.

Market research companies, polling institutes, statistic centres, etc. need professionals who can carry out these tasks intelligently and rigorously. .

The work carried out by specialists in statistics and sociology is greatly valued and of interest to a large variety of institutes, and can be applied to many areas: official organisations in statistic information, such as the National Statistics Institute (INE), the Statistics Institute of Catalonia (IDESCAT), the Centre for Opinion Studies (CEO) and the Centre for Sociological Research (CIS), as well as market research companies which base their analysis on the combination of sociology and statistics to detect the likes, preferences and opinions of citizens.

Career options

After completing this double degree, students will be prepared to work in public administration departments (statistical centres, city councils. etc.), in private businesses (market research, surveys, data analysis and processing, quality control, logistics, etc.), service sector (associations, professional organisations, etc.) and research centres (universities, foundations, etc.), all with a strong international outlook.

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