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Graduates of the Master's program are familiar with the topics, debates, and concepts of human geography and critical social sciences for the spatialization and analysis of global inequalities. The program offers a qualification in the research field of geographies of global inequalities with thematic focuses such as mobility and migration, human-environment relations, crisis or poverty research. Graduates have gained an overview of the theories, concepts and topics in the research field, acquired knowledge about qualitative and ethnographic social research methodologies, and can independently implement and apply these in the context of empirical research work. Graduates acquire further and in-depth conceptual and theoretical knowledge in selected focus seminars that deal in depth with research approaches and topics in geographical inequality research. They know basic methods of qualitative social science research and have scientifically conceived and empirically processed a self-chosen research topic in the Master's Thesis. Graduates are familiar with the general principles of scientific work and good scientific practice and are able to take these into account in their first scientific activities.