B.A. - The Integrated Program in Social Sciences

B.A. - The Integrated Program in Social Sciences

THE INTEGRATED STUDY PROGRAMS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES

Admission requirements for students already enrolled in Bar-Ilan

Students studying at Bar-Ilan University in the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Psychology, Criminology and Sociology or Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Economics, Sociology and Political Science track may be accepted to the Logistics study track provided they fulfill the following criteria:

·        From the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Psychology, Criminology and Sociology track to Logistics – an average of 90 in all the first year courses in the course of study, including Statistics.

·        From the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Economics, Sociology and Political Science track to Logistics – an average of 85 in all the first year courses in the course of study, provided they include the following courses: Introduction to Statistics, Introduction to Economics Micro-Macro, Mathematics.

·        From the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Psychology, Criminology and Sociology track to the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Economics, Sociology and Political Science track and vice versa – an average of 80 in all the first year courses in the course of study.

Study Programs

All the tracks in this course of study are studied as a major subject only.

Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Psychology, Criminology and Sociology track – intended to provide students with the capacity to understand and investigate the individual's role from an all inclusive, comprehensive perspective, and to integrate sciences that are directly connected or are associated with this domain. Accordingly, the track integrates studies from the domains of psychology, criminology and sociology.

Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Economics, Sociology and Political Science track – intended to provide students with an integrated viewpoint in the understanding and investigation of social processes. Studies combine courses in economics, sociology, political science and administration.

Logistics trackintended to provide students with an integrated viewpoint in the understanding the management of logistical systems, while providing them with basic knowledge in economics, administration and social sciences courses associated with this area.

Logistics track – "working - studying" – the study program in this track allows combining studies for a Bachelor's degree with work or military service, full time. If you are interested in this track you must explicitly indicate "Logistics – 'working-studying" in the registration form. Additional details are available on the study program's web site.

Direct track to Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Logistics Management – this track is intended for excelling students who fulfill the higher admission requirements than those of all BA in Logistics applicants. Additional details are available on the study program's web site.

X-ray track – integrated studies in Social Sciences and Life Sciences for a Bachelor's degree, for students studying X-ray and imaging in X-ray schools. Studies include a variety of courses from the Interdisciplinary Studies in the Social Sciences – Psychology, Criminology and Sociology track, Life Sciences and relevant Exact Sciences courses. To be accepted into this track, one must present proof of acceptance to one of the X-ray schools in Israel (five schools at major hospitals throughout Israel).

 

For more information, refer to the Integrated Study Programs website.

 

 

Last modified: 12/09/2017