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

Study guides

Title of qualification awarded

Bachelor's degree in Applied Statistics and Bachelor's degree in Sociology


Mornings and afternoons

Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Final Project
1st year 72      
2nd year 48 18    
3rd year   66    
4th year 6 66    
5th year   36 6 24
Total 126 186 6 24

Period of study


Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year

-Calculus 1
-Introduction to Probability
-Exploratory Data Analysis
-Contemporary History
-Fundamentals of Sociology (year-long)
-International Relations (year-long)
-Statistical Inference 1
-Methodogy and Design of Social Research
-Calculus 2

-Computer Tools for Statistics
-Introduction to Programming
-Statistical Inference 2
-Qualitative Social Research Methods
-Political Science (year-long)
-Political Economics (year-long)
-Data and Algorithm Structures
-Linear Algebra
-Data Retrieval and Storage
-Micro Sociological Theory
3rd year 4th year

-Multidimensional Distributions
-Contemporary Sociological Thought
-Social Class and Stratification
-Sampling and Survey Design
-Socila Policy, Family and Migrations (year-long)
-Stocastic Processes
-Linear Models 1
-Gender and Ethnicity
-Management of Social Intervention Projects I
-Experimental Design

-Machine Learning 1
-Bayesian Methods
-Numerical Methods and Optimisation
-Macro Sociological Theory
-Social Change and Globalisation
-Sociology of Education
-Machine Learning 2
-Simulation and Resampling
-Epistemology of Social Science
-Qualitative Analysis
-Sociology of Work
-Unsupervised Learning

5th year  
-Time Series
-Sociology of Religion
-Advanced Modelling
-Linear Models 2
- Environmental Sociology
-Bachelor's Degree Final Project Sociology (12 credits)
-Bachelor's Degree Final Project Applied Statistics (12 credits)


Optional subjects

5th year
All subjects are worth 6 credits unless otherwise stated.
-Analysis of Religious Organisations
-Social Anthropology
-Statistical Consultancy
-Consumerism and Sustainability
-Longitudinal Data Analysis
-Transversal Data Analysis
-Economics of Social Policies
-Education, School and Territory
-Introduction to Financial Engineering
-Statistical and Psychometric Models
-Education Policies

-Work Placement (12 credits)
-Work Placement: Analyst (12 credits)
-Work Placement: Advisor (18 credits)
-Data Visualisation
-Labour Relations
-Public Health
-Sociology of Communication
-Sociology of Culture
-Sociology of Businesses and Organisations
-Sociology of Identities
-Sociology of Knowledge
-Sociology of Gender
-Domestic Work and Everyday Life