Programme of Science in Society
The curriculum of the Master's specialisation Science in Society is a mix of courses that belong to your Master's programme (60 EC) and SiS-specifc courses and activities (60 EC).
Offically you follow your masterspecific programme in the first year of your master, and the SiS-courses and activities in the second year. However, due to personal planning you may deviate from this.
|NWI-FC0013C Science and Media
|NWI-FC0010C Framing Knowledge
|NWI-FC002B Science and Societal Interaction
|NWI-FC0011C Knowledge Society
|NWI-FC003B Research, Responsibility and Uncertainty (3 EC)|
|NWI-FC0044C Methods of Societal Research: Science in Society (6 EC) Q1 + Q2||
NWI-FC0044C Methods of Societal Research: Science in Society (6 EC) Q1 + Q2
|NWI-FC0043B Science and Public Policy
|Free elective (3 EC)||Elective (3 EC)|
|Science in Society research project (30 EC)|
- Compulsory courses (24 EC)
- Elective (3 EC) has to be related to the subject of the research project and needs to be approved by Ms Krabbenborg (coordinator).
- Free elective (3 EC)
- Research Project (30 EC)
All courses can also be taken as an elective in other Master's specialisations (except the course Methods in Societal Research: Science in Society).