- Applicants holding an undergraduate degree (Bachelor)
- EU/EEA students
- Non-european students
- French: B2
The Pluralist Approach of Healthcare program as part of the Master’s degree in Social sciences offers a reflexive and interdisciplinary perspective concerning healthcare practices and their current issues, between research and clinical studies.
Interdisciplinary training focusing on research
- Courses provided by teacher-researchers in philosophy, anthropology, sociology and psychology:
- Methodological courses (Conducting a field survey, training for qualitative studies)
- Thematic courses (clinical trials, end of life, health ethics, oncology, etc.)
- A field internship in the second semester
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at students from the Social sciences and Humanities programs as an initial training program (philosophy, anthropology, sociology, etc.) wishing to specialize in the field of health, and for health professionals (doctors, health executives, clinical psychologists, social workers, etc.) wishing to benefit from a reflective and societal approach to their practice. It can be accessed directly in Master’s 2 degree through validation of acquired skills under certain conditions.
Part of the program taught in French / English
100% of the courses are taught in French
You are an EU/EEA student
What next ?
Career opportunities after this course
- Research, secondary and higher education
- Senior managers of the French and European public administration and companies in mainland France and overseas