Communication and Life Sciences (BCL) / BSc

BSc Common part

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Common Part

Of the 60 credits optionals (free choice) choose, in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, 24 credits in your domain of choice in the life sciences out of the list of WU (life science) minors provided by the Program Committee.

Before starting the BSc thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits consisting of 94 credits of CS courses and 12 credits (two of the four courses) of the as life science minor labelled courses. The CS courses at least include all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.
BCW thesis supervision is always done by two persons: a CPT staff member and a staff member who has affiliation with the life science domain as selected by the student.

MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD