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.
1. Compulsory courses (15 EC)
|NWI-FC003B Research Responsibility & Uncertainty (3EC)||NWI-FC0010D Framing Knowledge (6EC)|
|NWI-FC0044C Methods of Societal Research (6EC)|
2. Theme courses (12 EC)
Choose one of the tracks:
Societal Track - Science in Societal Interaction
|NWI-FC002B Science & Societal Interaction (3EC)||SiS keuze cursus*|
|NWI-FC0013C Science & Media (3EC)|
|NWI-FC0043B Science & Public Policy (3EC)|
* The elective must relate to the students graduation thesis. The thesis will be submitted to the SiS coordinator for approval.
Philosophical Track – Philosophies and Worldviews
|NWI-FFIL220 Philosophy of Evidence and Expertise (3EC)||NWI-FFIL218 Science & Values (3EC)|
3. Research Project
|NWI-SISSTAGE Science in Society research project (30EC)|