Sustainable master courses
Below you will find an overview of all sustainable master courses per faculty. In these courses, (some of) the key themes are sustainability questions and methods to address them.
Please note that some courses have entry requirements. Please consult the study guide carefully before registering for a course and contact the teacher or study advisor if you are not sure whether you can take a course.
> Faculty of Social Sciences
> Nijmegen School of Management
> Faculty of Arts
> Faculty of Science
> Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
> Faculty of Law
Below you find an overview of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). When a course covers 4 or more SDGs, this is indicated by a circle. Read more about the SDGs and what each SDG entails here.
A case is made for the 18th SDG on animal health, welfare and rights. Read more on this 18th SDG here.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Nijmegen School of Management
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
|Climate Ethics||1 & 2||10|
|Health Care Humanities Paper||-||5|
|Politics of Nature||3 & 4||10|
|Religie en diversiteits-management||1 & 2||5|
|Religie, culturele diversiteit en overheidsbeleid||1 & 2||5|
Faculty of Law
|Accountability for Human Rights Violations||3 & 4||7|
|European and Comparative Refugee Law||3 & 4||7|
|International and European Environmental and Sustainability Law||3 & 4||7|
|Omgevingsrecht 1||1 & 2||7|
|Omgevingsrecht 2||3 & 4||7|
|Protection of Human Rights in International Law||1 & 2||7|
|Work in the 21st century||1||7|