|Global corporate communication||CIWM438||5||X|
|Issues in International Management||CIWM436||5||X|
|Communication & Consultancy *||CIWM437||10||X|
|Elective (incl. Masterlanguage) * *||5|
* The Internship is an optional element of the programme. Instead, you can choose a combination of elective courses, with a total workload of 10 ec (see options for elective courses below). N.B. If you choose not to do the Internship but electives instead, make sure you let the programme supervisor (IBC) know.
** You should choose one elective (at least 5 ec, level: Master): this is an obligatory element of your degree programme.
There are four options:
- Electives in our department (Communication and Information Studies or CIS): If you follow the IBC track, you can opt for the following C&B courses:
- CIWM414 Communicatie, gedrag en beïnvloeding
- CIWM434 Crisis and Reputation Management (English-taught)
- CIWM475 Crisis- en Reputatiemanagement (Dutch-taught)
- CIWM471 New Media and Society (English—taught or Dutch-taught, depending on participants)
- CIWM473 Strategische Storytelling
- CIWM474 Communicatie in Professionele Contexten
- CIWM476 Kwalitatieve Methoden
You can register for these courses in Osiris. If you have any questions about course registration, contact the Student Information Point (STIP).
- Electives in another Arts Faculty department at RU:
You could also take an elective offered elsewhere within the Arts Faculty. Most master programmes offer electives that CIS students can follow under all conditions. Others may require you to fulfill certain prerequisites. Whether a course can be followed as an elective (with or without prerequisites) is usually mentioned in the online course description of the course (see the online course guides). If it is unclear whether a course is open to you, check with the Examination Board of the programme that offers the course whether you can take part. You can register for elective course(s) that are open to you in Osiris. If you have any questions about course registration, contact the Student Information Point (STIP) of the faculty that offers the course.
- Electives in the department of Communication Studies (Faculty of Social Sciences) at RU:
If you follow any of the two CIS master tracks (C&B or IBC), you can opt for electives offered by the department of Communication Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences:
|Media en consumptiecultuur||CWM010||5||1|
Entertainment-media en welzijn
|De informatie-professional: theorie en praktijk||CWM040||5||1|
|Current theories of persuasion and resistance (English-taught)||CWM050||5||1|
|Innovaties in communicatie||CWM070||5||2|
|Young consumers (English-taught)||CWM090||5||2|
|Politieke informatiediffusie in social media||CWM280||5||2|
N.B. Only a limited number of places are available for these courses. Contact Ms. dr. S. Daalmans, (email@example.com) to request admittance to the course(s). After approval, you will be registered for the course(s) in Osiris by the department of Communication Science (Faculty of Social Sciences). In other words, you do not need to register yourself.
- Other electives: You may wish to opt for an elective offered by another faculty at RU (e.g. Management or Law) or by another university or for a Masterlanguage course. To see what courses are on offer, consult the online course guides of the different faculties and universities. Always ask the Examination Board of the department that offers the course (or the lecturer that teaches the course) for permission to take the course. Once you have approval to take part, you can register for the course(s) in Osiris. If you have any questions about course registration, contact the STIP of the faculty where you want to follow a course.
N.B. For courses that fall under options 2. and 4. above, you will need to get approval from your (CIS) programme supervisor as well.
Extracurricular courses: If you want to follow extra courses (that is, in addition to the compulsory elective[s]) and have these extra courses noted on the supplement of your degree certificate (as extracurricular), you need to obtain approval to do so from the Examination Board.The following criteria for approval apply for extracurricular courses:
- they are taken and completed while you are still registered as a student with the degree programme to which the degree certificate (and supplement) applies;
- they cannot overlap (in terms of content) with other courses in your degree programme;
they must be courses offered at master level.