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(old) Programme of B2

The second year curriculum for students who started before 2019 is shown below. If you still need to pass one of the courses in this programme, please check the transition rules second year and consult your student advisor.

Second half of the MLS bachelor’s programme

The second half of the MLS bachelor’s programme (90 EC spread over the second and third year) for students who started before 2019 consists of the following components:

  • 21 EC of compulsory courses: Philosophy (3 EC; either FFIL100 or FFIL101), Writing about Science (3 EC), Academic Skills (3 EC) and your bachelor internship (12 EC).
  • 6 EC of free elective space, to be filled with academic and assessible courses of your own choice
  • 63 EC specialisation (differentiation) phase

In the 63 EC specialisation (differentiation) phase, you compose your own programme from the list of priority courses, limited choice electives and other courses. The exact rules depend on whether you want to take a minor or not:

If you don’t take a minor, your specialisation phase consists of:

  1. at least 42 EC of priority courses (marked with P)
  2. a sufficient number of limited choice electives, so that your priority courses and limited choice electives add up to 57 EC
  3. 6 EC of natural science electives

If you do take a minor, at least 75% of the remaining specialisation phase (i.e. 63 EC minus the size of your minor) must consist of priority courses (P) and the rest should be limited choice electives. Check this table to see how many EC from each group of courses should be taken, given the size of your minor programme.

You will need to use the admission criteria for your future master's programme when choosing courses.

All 6 EC-courses are given on Monday-Tuesday or Thursday-Friday. These courses have overlapping schedules, so you must make a choice.
On Wednesday you can choose from a number of 3-EC courses.

The courses Animal Cell Biology (Q3) and Biochemistry-molecular biology II / Advanced Molecular Biology (Q4) are not compulsory, but do provide basic knowledge for courses and internships given later on.

Writing skills and Philosophy