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Dual degree: AI and Digital Society

Do you see the deep impact that Artificial Intelligence has on our society? Are you interested in studying this in the context of the digital society and to spend a year abroad? Then “The AI & Digital Society” dual degree might be something for you.

Something for you?

  • It gives the opportunity to explore a wide range of courses. You will have the opportunity to dive into the technical aspects of AI, gain a solid basis and understanding of the AI methodology, and also learn about the societal impact of AI and to understand ethical considerations with respect to AI. In your year in Glasgow you will develop an understanding of societal debates surrounding digitalisation, informed by sociological theory and methodology.
  • The interdisciplinary nature of this dual degree gives you a solid foundation to tackle important questions for the future. This gives you a strong profile by further developing the needed analytical capacities and needed abilities to do research related to digitisation and socio-technical contexts.
  • A dual degree serves as an excellent stepping stone for your future career. You will not only have international experience but also gain a skillset which is useful for a wide variety of jobs. Specifically, you will develop a strong profile for all kinds of advisory roles in public or private stakeholders at the interface between technology and society. You will have excellent opportunities to inform policy debates and also work in project management from both technical and institutional perspectives.

About this study curriculum

This dual degree combines the content and learning goals of our Artificial Intelligence: Societal Impact Master’s programme and those of the Digital Society Master’s programme at the University of Glasgow. You will obtain two degrees in two years. If you take part in this experience, you will spend the first year in Nijmegen and the second year in Glasgow.

    Total EC
    125 EC
    Compulsory courses
    P1
    P2
    P3
    P4

    Year 1 at Radboud University

    Total number EC: 45 EC
    1. P1
    2. P2

    Select at least one of the following courses

    Total number EC: 6 EC

    Choose 24 ECs of specialisation core courses

    Total number EC: 24 EC
    1. P1
    2. P2
    1. P3
    2. P4

    Year 2 at Glasgow University

    Total number EC: 50 EC
    Improving Health and Society: Programme Development and Evaluation
    10 EC
    Introduction to Social Theory for Researchers
    10 EC
    Digital Society
    10 EC
    Practical Research Design For the Ditigal World
    10 EC
    Living Lab
    10 EC

    The courses of year one of this dual degree are delivered by Radboud University in Nijmegen. The remaining ECs are delivered from Glasgow University in year two of this dual degree.

    Thesis & research
    P1
    P2
    P3
    P4
    Thesis / dissertation
    30 EC