Doctor of Social Science

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The Doctor of Social Science degree is a higher qualification offered by select universities, which serves as a doctoral level qualification specifically relating to academic work in the field of social sciences.

Like the Ph.D., the DSocSci or DSSc is recognized[1] as a terminal research degree involving a substantial original thesis.

In North America, the only university to offer a DSocSci is Royal Roads University in British Columbia, Canada.

Argentina[edit]

Provided by the National University of Luján[2][3]

Australia[edit]

Provided by the University of Queensland[4]

Canada[edit]

Provided by Royal Roads University[5]

Finland[edit]

Provided by the University of Tampere[6]

Ireland[edit]

Provided by University College Cork[7]

United States[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

The DSocSci is offered as a full-time or part-time qualification by:

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