I have already completed two bachelor's degrees in law and social sciences. And a master's degree in political science. My field of study is interdisciplinary and focuses on social inequalities.
I want to continue my career as a teacher and researcher at the academy. But I realized that I need to improve my knowledge and techniques in methods.
What is not clear is the way in which to do this. What would be better? Another bachelor's degree in economics / statistics (to deepen model studies and econometrics) or pursue graduate studies with a doctorate?
It is important to say that here in Brazil we do not (usually) have sufficient training in political science methods, so I want to try another bachelor's degree that fills this gap.
Thanks for the help!!! Anyone could help with ideas and opinions, please I would be glad to read.
Edited An relevant aspect that I didn't mentioned: another bachelor's degree or the doctorate will are both funded.