Program Year

Enseignements obligatoires

  • Sociologie de la politisation et de la participation politique
  • Sociologie de l'état et de l'action publique
  • Méthodes d’enquête pour les sciences sociales
  • Anglais
  • Statistiques pour les sciences sociales
  • Droit Public
  • Politiques locales
  • TD de droit
  • Echelles de gouvernement : du local à l'Europe
  • Sociologie de l'administration

Enseignements optionnels

  • Économie du développement
  • Histoire des médias
  • Economie des médias
  • Readings in Social Sciences
  • Sociologie de la mondialisation
  • Sociologie de l’éducation
  • Economic Sociology
  • Théories sociologiques
  • Islam and the State
  • Sociologie du journalisme

Enseignements obligatoires

  • Politique comparée et sociologie de l’Europe
  • Sociologie politique, institutions et personnel politique
  • Politiques sociales
  • Sociologie du travail
  • Anglais
  • Economie publique et des politiques Publiques
  • Economie générale
  • Questions contemporaines
  • Sociologie urbaine
  • Sociologie du droit

Enseignements optionnels

  • Sociologie des médias
  • Droit des médias
  • Séminaire ENS 2
  • Séminaire ENS 2
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Sociologie de la famille
  • Politique comparée du monde arabe
  • Current issues in british and american politics
  • Sociologie des risques et des controverses
  • Law and Society

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The third year of the Bachelor’s program in Public Action consists of a common core and specialties for each track, as well as electives available to all students that allow for a variety of approaches and a personalized curriculum.

Classes are divided over two semesters from September to December and from January to April. They are either lectures or 6pm seminars (with a few exceptions). Students can also choose to take seminars, classes, and workshops at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Ulm).

The program represents a substantial time commitment on the part of the students, who have to prepare for and attend classes, study at the library, and do individual research. Evaluation takes the form of final examinations and continuous assessment.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students have the option of doing an internship once they have completed their coursework and exams. The university can sign internship agreements with public, private, and volunteer organizations. The length of these internships is at the discretion of the student and the organization. The program directors will ensure that the internship aligns with the student’s studies.