klal Track - Economics, Political Science and Sociology – Expanded

klal Track - Economics, Political Science and Sociology – Expanded


Goals of the Track:

The program for the “klal” track of the Interdisciplinary Department for Social Sciences integrates the innovative study of multiple disciplines, and is designed to provide students with the ability to implement a comprehensive outlook and different ways of thought, using research methods and process analysis in different fields.

Today, in the globalized world, there is an emphasis on the integration of the Economic, Political Science and Sociological fields due to the need to simultaneously operate in a variety of different cultures, organizations and businesses, while paying close attention to all the divergent and intersecting variables.

The track is designed for students who are interested in learning about the functions and progressions of the main institutions and organizations in society and government without limiting oneself to one specific field. Furthermore the department combines a sense of social vision and a commitment to the betterment of society.


Conditions for Acceptance (not final)

The acceptance threshold on average is 53 including. You can evaluate your chances of admission through the “evaluate chances of admission” page, found on the University website homepage.



The curriculum consists of a mix of courses in the fields of Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, International Relations and Economics, with the addition of courses in research methods and data processing.

Likewise, the track consists of a variety of elective courses on multiple subjects, and both research based and theoretical seminars.


Employment Potential

In the job market, graduates of the program have an advantage over other graduates in more specific fields of the Social Sciences due to the multi-disciplined, wide ranging knowledge base provided by framework of this program. Graduates of the program have an extensive variety of possibilities to continue on to more advanced graduate degrees. Past experience has shown that the programs graduates have successfully merged into master’s degrees in Organizational Sociology, “Migdar” Economics, Social Sciences and Business Administration, and have made important coontributions in business, social insititutions and the public service.