Biobased Sciences (MBS) / MSc

Common part

Common Part

RO0: Students who completed the Micromaster Biobased Sciences from Wageningen University prior to enrollment in the master but after completing their bachelor can choose RO-0. For students choosing specialization B this RO-0 replaces 6 credits of RO-1 and of RO-2.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students should have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all courses of the B1 and FTE-26306 Data analysis biosystems engineering and FTE-25806 Research methods biosystems engineering.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser
RO-3: Choose 0 or 1 course from this cluster when you are interested in field robot design.

Common Part

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2:Choose 36 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a BSc Internship Biology or your own coherent set of optional courses. Students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI-70324) as part of their optional courses. Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: Students with VWO Mathematics B choose RO1, with VWO Mathematics A choose RO2
RO-3: Choose 1 course in consultation with your study adviser
RO-4: Choose 0-2 courses in consultation with your study adviser. PEN-30306 is only allowed with permission from the study adviser
RO-5: Choose 30 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a 12 or 18 credits BSc Internship or your own coherent set of optional courses. If students choose the internship this is part of their optional courses (30 credits)

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Students with VWO Math A choose RO1A; students with VWO Math B choose RO1B
RO-2: Choose at least 6 credits
RO-3: Choose at least 3 credits

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: choose RO1 or RO2 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
Choose 18 credits from RO3 or RO4

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.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1 and including the preparatory courses of the chosen chair group; see also the course guide.
Choose 12 credits of natural science or life science courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser
RO-1: Choose 1 course
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser and depending on your BSc thesis:
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the economic chairgroups (AEP, DEC, ECH or ENR) choose 2 courses from RO2A
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the governance chairgroups (ENP or PAP) choose 1 course from RO2A and 1 course from RO2B

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.

Common Part

Choose periods 1,2,3 or periods 4,5,6 for the internship-thesis combination, depending on your free choice or choice for specific minors. Before starting with the BSc-internship and BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and WRM-21312 and YRM-21306.

Common Part

Common Part

RO-1: Students with VWO mathematics A choose Mathematics 1; students with VWO mathematics B choose Statistics 1.
RO-2: Choose 1 course.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
RO-2: Choose 0 - 3 course.

Common Part

Choose 1 cluster from RO1-7:
Choose RO1 if you want to proceed in BAT
Choose RO2 if you want to proceed in BBI
Choose RO3 if you want to proceed in BBT
Choose RO4 if you want to proceed in BDW
Choose RO5 if you want to proceed in BLT
Choose RO6 if you want to proceed in BML
Choose RO7 if you want to proceed in BPW

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis part 2 students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and the thesis introductory B2 course of the chair group supervising the BSc thesis (see course guide for details).
RO1: depending on prior education students choose:
- Students with VWO Math A choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1
- Students with VWO Math B choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
- Students with VWO Math D choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity

Common Part

RO-1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 if you did VWO Mathematics A, choose MAT-15303 if you did VWO Mathematics B
MAT-20306: If you choose major A you should do this course in B2, period 5; if you choose major B you should do this course in B3.
Determine individual planning for B3 (courses, BSc Thesis Plant Sciences and free choice) in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the 1st year (B1).
RO-1: Choose 0 - 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-1 - RO-6: Choose 1 RO-cluster
- within RO-1 choose 2 courses from RO-1A
- within RO-2 choose 2 courses from RO-2A
- within RO-3 choose 2 courses from RO-3A
- within RO-6 choose 1 course from RO-6A
RO-7: Choose 1 course. The internship in RO-7 may be replaced by a 2nd thesis if the programme director or study adviser supports the replacement.
RO-7A: This internship can only be chosen if the MSc track entrepreneurship is completed. If this course is chosen and completed and the MSc track entrepreneurship is not completed, this internship becomes invalid as fulfilment for RO-7.
RO-8: Choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, depending on prior training or relevant working experience. If YMC-61303 is chosen, the choice for YMC-60300 will be limited and one disciplinary course has to be chosen in addition.

Common Part

Internship replacement:
- approval of the study advisor is required to replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
- students who choose the Research Variant must replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser 12 credits as Academic Master Cluster.
Note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: The Laboratory Animal Science course (RO-2) should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: Choose 1 internship (or second thesis) in consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: If you did not follow an advanced statistics course in your previous education, this course is compulsory, but discuss this with your study adviser
RO-1: These are optional courses, not specificaly related to any of the specializations
RO-2: Choose in consultation with your study adviser either (1) YMC-60809 + YMC-60300 or (2) YMC-61303 + YMC-60300 + an additional optional course or (3) YAS-60312. Please note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser in dependence of pre-education; students with limited life science background have to choose BIC-20306 or GEN-21306; students without programming skills have to choose INF22306; students who did not follow SSB20306 in their pre-education have to include SSB-20306.
RO-1: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-2: Choose at least 12 credits of either RO2A or RO2B. If you choose RO2B include at least 6 credits from BIF30806 or BIF31306
RO-3: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-4: Choose 12 credits; if YMC-60300 is chosen,please, note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overvieuw on possible MOS courses please see under YMC60300 in the study handbook; if YEI-60312 is choosen, please, notice that you have to complete a thesis before start of YEI-60312.
RO-5: Choose 1 thesis.
RO-6: Choose 1 internship or an additional thesis of at least 24 credits at one to the chairs offering an internship as RO6.

Common Part

RO-1: In consultation and agreement with your study advisor choose for RO1A or RO-1B
- If you want to keep all options open after your MSc Biology, you should choose RO-1A .
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- Students who want to become a PhD-student may choose RO1B.
RO-2: EZO-32303 should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: this is an optional course, not specifically related to any of the specializations.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. When choosing RO-1, select in addition either RO-1A or RO-1B.
RO-1A: Note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of MOS courses, please check the study handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-1B: Note that this course is taught in the late afternoon of period 6.
RO-2: Note that your MSc thesis has to be completed before starting the Research Master Cluster.
Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1: Depending on your preparatory education, choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. At the study adviser's discretion, the selected course may be exchanged for an advanced course of similar orientation.
RO-2: Choose A, B or C in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-3: Select 1 internship in consultation with your study adviser. You may exchange the internship for a second thesis if you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities (including a summer school and a series of seminars), and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy linked to the major Environmental Policy (Specialization Climate, Society and Economics).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-3: Choose 1 RO-cluster. Before starting the thesis students should have completed the compulsory subjects.
- If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 thesis from RO-1A.
RO-4: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by an internship or a minor thesis with one of the (other) social science chair groups or with any other chair group in case of an internship or minor thesis with an interdisciplinary character (beta-gamma integration).

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Students with (supervised) work experience on an academic level can exchange the internship for a second thesis in consultation with your study adviser.
Career preparation: students can choose one of the following tracks in consultation with your study adviser.
- General track: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809 Academic Consultancy Training (RO-1A).
- Research track: choose YEI-60312 Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing (RO-1B).
- Climate change track: choose WSG-60812 (RO-1C).
- Entrepreneurship track: The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track: For Dutch students with a BBW degree and a completed minor education, who choose specialization A or B, it is possible to obtain your ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Physics. Consult your study adviser for detailed information.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose either RO-1A, RO-1B, RO-1C or RO-1D in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-2: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-3: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-4: Choose 1 or more supporting courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-5: For a minor in Environmental Education or Environmental Communication and Innovation, choose RO-5, 1 additional course from RO-5A if your study adviser deems it necessary, and 1 thesis or internship from RO-5B as substitute for the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15 for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.
RO-6 - RO15: Choose 1 cluster.
RO-6: Choose 1 course from RO-6A.
RO-7: Choose 2 courses from RO-7B; choose RO-7A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-8: Choose 1 course from RO-8B; choose RO8A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-9: Choose 1 course from RO-9B; choose RO-9A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-10: Choose RO-10A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-11: Choose 1 course from RO-11A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-12: Choose 1 course from RO-12A and 1 course from RO-12B.
RO-13: Choose 6 credits from RO-13B; choose RO-13A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-14: Choose 1 course from RO-14B; choose RO-14A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-15: Choose 2 courses from RO-15B; choose RO-15A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy attached to the Environmental Policy cluster (RO13).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0 - 5 courses in consultation with your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser, RO-1A, RO-1B or RO-1C.
- RO-1A: Consultancy orientation: YMC-60809 and YMC-60300. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1B: students with relevant working experience: YMC-60400 is also an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 6 credits modular skills (MOS) courses including ECS-65500 Argumentation Skills or ECS-66600 Academic Argumentation Skills in Writing and Debate
- RO-1C: Research orientation: YEI-60312.
RO-2: Choose 1 internship or choose a second thesis. Replacement of internship by a second thesis is subject to approval by the study adviser.

Common Part

Students will only be admitted to the thesis or internship upon completion of the courses in the Common Part and at least one course from the specialisation.
The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: choose this course after consultation with your study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose 1 course after consultation with your study advisor; students with a background in food science or technology choose FQD-31806, students without a background in food science choose FQD-22306.

Common Part

The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: Choose these courses after consultation with your study advisor

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 internship after consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0-2 courses, if these competences are not present according to the study adviser
RO-1: Choose 2 courses
RO-2: Choose 1 course
RO-3: Choose preferentially at least 1 course in the field of the Wageningen UR domain: natural resources and living environment; society and well-being; food, feed and biobased production

Common Part

RO0: Choose 0 - 3 courses from RO0 depending on prior training and in consultation and agreement with the study adviser
RO1: Choose one course
RO2: Dependent on your interest, choose 1 course
RO3: Choose 1 course
RO4: Choose 1 course
RO5: Choose 1 thesis
RO6: Choose in consultation and agreement with the study adviser one internship from RO6; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a second thesis

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select 1-2 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 1 - 3 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-1: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a minor thesis with a social science chair group.
RO-2 - RO-4: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.
RO5: Choose 0 - 3 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Note 1: You can apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements and complete extracurricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars. Ask your study adviser for information. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose (YMC-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312 or ESA-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study.
Handbook.
Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose (LUP-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study Handbook. Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part


Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Period schedule MMD year 1:
Period 1 (15 ECTS): 3 September – 9 November 2018
Period 2 (9 ECTS): 12 November – 21 December 2018
Period 3 (6 ECTS): 7 January - 1 February 2019
Period 4 - electives (18 ECTS): 11 February – 10 May 2019
Period 5 (12 ECTS): 13 May – 5 July 2019

Period schedule MMD year 2:
Thesis and living lab (54 ECTS): 3 September 2018 – 7 June 2019
Professional profile (6 ECTS): 10 June – 5 July 2019

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with the study adviser.
If RO-1 is selected:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses from the second category (except for Professional Ethics and Introduction Philosophy of Science. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- the Academic Consultancy Training (ACT) and the MOS-courses may be replaced by an entrepreneurial variant.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS). Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose after consulting your study advisor 0 or 12 credits to start this MSc programme.
RO1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B
Career preparation:
- General track (RO-1A): YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809.
- Research track (RO-1B): choose YEI-60312.
- Entrepreneurship track. The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track. - Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘tweedegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry or Physics can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the education module, see https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Chair-groups/Social-Sciences/Education-and-Competence-Studies-Group/Education-for-students/Teacher-training/Minor-Education.htm
- Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry, and who already completed the Minor Education minor can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the second half of the ‘lerarenopleiding scheikunde’ at Radboud University Nijmegen.
RO-2: Choose at least 1 course.
RO-3: Optionally, choose from this cluster.

Common Part

This common part is not applicable for specialisation E.
Choose 1 cluster from RO-1 - RO-3; take into account:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1: If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-1A.
- RO-2: If RO-2 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-2A. NOTE: RO-2 can only be selected by those students that meet the professional competencies from YMC-60809 based on prior education and/or professional career, to be decided by the MNH-programme-team.
- RO-3: YEI-60312 has specific prerequisites.
RO-4: In consultation with the study adviser, students either choose an internship or a second thesis of at least 24 credits from the chairgroups HNE, HAP, TOX, CPT or CBI.
In general students with a professional Bachelor degree should opt for a second thesis. Students with an academic Bachelor degree should opt for an internship.
The FQD internship is linked to specialisation D only.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A, RO-1B, or RO-1C + an additional optional course:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
- RO-1C is meant for students with verifiable prior experience in project work and reflective learning.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

Common Part

RO-0:Choose courses from RO-0:
- RO-0A: Choose this course after consultation with your study adviser.
- RO-0B: Choose a maximum of two courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. It is not allowed to include both Gene Technology (MOB-20306) and Plant Biotechnology (GEN-20806) into your MPB-programme. 
RO-1: Choose one course.
RO-2: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-2A or RO-2B:
- RO-2A focuses on consultancy and business. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-2B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.

Common Part

Choose RO-1 if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Choose either RO-2A or RO-2B in consultation with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
Choose 2 courses from RO-3A, RO-3B, and RO-3C.
Select 1 cluster from RO-4 - RO-10:
- If RO4 is selected, choose RO-3C and 1 course from RO-4A in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
- If RO-5 is selected, choose 12 credits from RO-5A.
- If RO-6 is selected, choose RO-6A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
- If RO-7 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-7A.
- If RO-10 is selected, choose both courses labelled RO-3B.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. You may apply for the AMS label issued by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. This label is awarded if you complete specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements with regard to your major thesis.
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply for specialisation F - Online Master Plant Breeding.
RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.
RO-1 Choose 1-3 courses in consultation with your study advisor.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
FEM-10803Introduction to Forest and Nature Conservation3.00CSB11AF
FPH-10306Food Technology I6.00CSB11AF
HNE-11804Introduction to the field of Nutrition and Health4.00CSB11AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-11805Introduction to Management and Consumer Studies5.00CSB11AF
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
RHI-10806Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective6.00CSB11AF
YAS-10306Introduction Animal Sciences6.00CSB11AF
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11AF
YNH-10302Basic Skills for BVG-students2.00CSB11AF
YSS-12301Skills for BBC-students1.00CSB11AF
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
ENP-11303Sustainable Solutions to Environmental Problems3.00CSB11MO
FTE-12303Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 13.00CSB11MO
HSO-10806Introduction to Health and Society6.00CSB11MO
HWM-10803Introduction Soil, Water, Atmosphere3.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB11MO
NEM-10306Introduction Plant Sciences6.00CSB11MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB11MO
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
LAR-13809Integrated Studio 19.00CSB11WD
WRM-12309Orientation on International Land and Water Management9.00CSB11WD
GEO-11806Tourism: Principles & Practice6.00CSB11WD+2WD
GEO-12306Society, History & Globalisation6.00CSB11WD+2WD
MAT-15806Research Methods 16.00CSB11WD+2WD+3WD
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
FNP-11806Forest, Nature, Society6.00CSB12AF
FTE-12803Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 23.00CSB12AF
GEO-10306Human Geography6.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB12AF
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB12AF
AEP-10303Introduction Economics3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10303Physics MLS3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CPT-15303Science, Technology and Society3.00CSB12MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB12MO
HNE-10806Nutrition and Health: Macronutrients, Energy and Health6.00CSB12MO
LUP-12803Integrated Studio 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB12MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB12MO
PCC-13803General Chemistry 2 MLS3.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-13805Sociology of Health5.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
AEP-10806Economics & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
ESA-11306Environment & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13AF
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
HAP-10306Principles of Human Physiology6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RSO-12306Biosystems Engineering and Society6.00CSB13WD
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
ENP-11806Sociology & Tourism6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
SGL-12306Tourism Geographies6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
XTO-14806Statistics & Mathematics6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB14MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14MO
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB14WD
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB14WD
FCH-11306Nutritional Aspects of Foods6.00CSB14WD
FNP-24806People and Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB14WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
LAW-12306Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains6.00CSB14WD
LUP-13306Theory and Methodology of Planning and Design6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
BEC-10306Introduction to Business Economics6.00CSB15AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
CSA-10806Introduction Quantitative Agroecology6.00CSB15AF
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
HWM-21806Hydraulics and Hydrometry6.00CSB15AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
PAP-10306Public Administration and Policy Making6.00CSB15AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB15AF
SGL-22803Soils and Landscapes of the Netherlands3.00CSB15AF
YAS-11803Animal Science in Society3.00CSB15AF
BPE-12806Bioprocess Engineering Basics BT6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB15MO
ENP-10806Environmental Policy Instruments6.00CSB15MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB15MO
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15MO
FEM-10306Ecology of Forests6.00CSB15MO
FQD-10306Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality6.00CSB15MO
FTE-14303Engineering problem solving3.00CSB15MO
HNE-28305Metabolic Aspects of Nutrition5.00CSB15MO
HSO-10306Global Health6.00CSB15MO
MAQ-10306Introduction Atmosphere6.00CSB15MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15MO
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00CSB15MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB15MO
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
SGL-23312Landscape Geography12.00CSB15WD
YHP-11303Orientation Course BSc Honours Programme3.00CSB15WD
MCB-12306Consumer Behaviour & Marketing Management6.00CSB15WD+6WD
XTO-14306National Field Project6.00CSB15WD+6WD
CPT-13806Ethics, Health and Society6.00CSB16AF
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB16AF
FPH-10803Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists3.00CSB16AF
FTE-14806CAD and Mechanics6.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MIB-11306Microbiology and Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health6.00CSB16AF
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB16AF
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB16MO
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BPE-10305Process Engineering Basics5.00CSB16MO
BPE-11303Biotechnology 13.00CSB16MO
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
DEC-22306Macroeconomics & Policy6.00CSB16MO
FCH-12306Food Technology for Nutritionists6.00CSB16MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
RSO-12806Eating, Customs and Health6.00CSB16MO
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
BIC-10807Molecular Life Sciences7.00CSB16WD
BIP-11805Introduction Quantum Mechanics5.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CSA-10306Cropping Systems and Knowledge of Crops6.00CSB16WD
ESA-10309Environmental Sciences and Society9.00CSB16WD
FPE-10808Food Production Chains8.00CSB16WD
FTE-15301Orientation on the Biosystems Engineering Profession1.00CSB16WD
GRS-10806Geo-information Science for Planning and Design6.00CSB16WD
LAR-12803Studio Design Basics3.00CSB16WD
LUP-11803Studio Planning Basics3.00CSB16WD
NEM-10806Orientation Plant Sciences6.00CSB16WD
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB16WD
PEN-10806Forest and Nature Conservation I: Introductory Field Course6.00CSB16WD
SGL-10309Integration Course Soil, Water, Atmosphere9.00CSB16WD
SLM-10806Design in Land and Water Management 16.00CSB16WD
YAS-11306Internship6.00CSB16WD
ABG-20306Animal Breeding and Genetics6.00CSB21AF
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
ETE-10806Introduction Environmental Technology6.00CSB21AF
FHM-20306Food Microbiology6.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HPP-22803Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology3.00CSB21AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00CSB21AF
LAR-24306Landscape Engineering6.00CSB21AF
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00CSB21AF
MIB-20306Microbial Physiology6.00CSB21AF
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB21AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB21AF
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
SLM-10306Land Degradation and Remediation6.00CSB21AF
BIP-24806Atomic and Molecular Structure6.00CSB21MO
BPE-20806Separation Process Design6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB21MO
FPE-20806Mathematical Concepts for Food Technology6.00CSB21MO
FTE-24806Engineering Design6.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-21303Integrated Human Physiology3.00CSB21MO
MAQ-11306Air Quality6.00CSB21MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00CSB21MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00CSB21MO
PBR-22303Plant Breeding3.00CSB21MO
PHP-21303Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology3.00CSB21MO
SLM-20806Water Quantity and Quality6.00CSB21MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00CSB21MO
WRM-10306Irrigation and Water Management6.00CSB21MO
YHP-11802Kick-off BSc Honours Programme@Texel2.00CSB21WD
MST-26306Organisational Behaviour & Business Management6.00CSB21WD+2WD
PAP-22306Policy, Governance & Law6.00CSB21WD+2WD
MAT-25806Research Methods 26.00CSB21WD+2WD+3WD
ADP-20306Immunology and Thermoregulation6.00CSB22AF
BPE-22306Basic Cell Factory Design6.00CSB22AF
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
ESA-20506Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis6.00CSB22AF
FPE-21306Food Production and Preservation6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
MAQ-23306System Earth: Scale Dependence, Feedbacks and Global Change6.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB22AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB22AF
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00CSB22AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB22AF
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00CSB22MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
ENP-23806Sustainability Transitions: Concepts, Issues and Indicators6.00CSB22MO
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB22MO
HSO-20306Environmental Assets for Health6.00CSB22MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB22MO
MAT-24306Advanced Statistics for Nutritionists6.00CSB22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
QVE-20306Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics6.00CSB22MO
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
SLM-20306Land and Water Engineering6.00CSB22MO
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00CSB22MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00CSB22MO
CPT-25806Tourism Development & Planning6.00CSB22WD+3WD
GEO-23806Philosophy of Science & Ethics in Tourism6.00CSB22WD+3WD
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB23AF
EZO-20306Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
CPT-24803Communication and Technology3.00CSB23MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
AEP-22306Landscape Economics and Politics6.00CSB23WD
ANU-20306Principles of Animal Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB23WD
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
FPH-20306Food Physics6.00CSB23WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB23WD
HNE-23306Pharmacology and Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
HSO-20806Health Psychology6.00CSB23WD
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00CSB23WD
PAP-30806Governance and Policy Change6.00CSB23WD
CPT-26306Cross-Cultural Studies6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
ESA-23806Tourism Systems Analysis6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GEO-24306Tourism Destination Management6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
XTO-24312International Field Practicum12.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB24AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB24MO
APS-20806Systems Approach in Animal Sciences6.00CSB24WD
BCT-21306Control Engineering6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
FNP-21306Management of Forest and Nature Organisations6.00CSB24WD
FQD-21306Food Packaging and Design6.00CSB24WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB24WD
HNE-29303Measuring Dietary Intake3.00CSB24WD
INF-22803Intro to Data Structures and Algorithms for Health3.00CSB24WD
MST-25306Management and Innovation in the Health Sector6.00CSB24WD
PBR-21306Biosystematics, Evolution and Agrobiodiversity6.00CSB24WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB24WD
BCT-22803Physical Transport Phenomena3.00CSB25AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB25AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
BIP-24306Spectroscopy and Imaging6.00CSB25AF
BPE-21306Bioreactor Design6.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Biology and philosophy; exploring open questions3.00CSB25AF
ENR-22306Public Sector Economics6.00CSB25AF
FHM-22806Food Hazards6.00CSB25AF
FNP-23303Value Chains for Sustainable Landscapes: Theories, Tools and Practices3.00CSB25AF
FTE-25303Building Physics and Climate Engineering3.00CSB25AF
HNE-25806Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health I6.00CSB25AF
MAQ-22806Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil Interactions6.00CSB25AF
PEN-21803Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Theory3.00CSB25AF
SCH-23306Health Issues in Daily Life; a Bèta-Gamma Approach6.00CSB25AF
SDC-22806Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World6.00CSB25AF
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
CPT-32306Behavioural Interventions for Health6.00CSB25MO
ENP-24803Social-Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues3.00CSB25MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
FHM-31806Biotechnology 26.00CSB25MO
FPE-20306Food Engineering6.00CSB25MO
FTE-26306Data Analysis Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB25MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00CSB25MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00CSB25MO
VIR-20803Human infectious diseases3.00CSB25MO
ETE-25812Environmental Project Studies12.00CSB25MO+6WD
WRM-21312Design in Land and Water Management 212.00CSB25MO+6WD
AEP-31806Economic Analysis of Coordination6.00CSB26AF
ENT-20806Integrated Pest Management6.00CSB26AF
FQD-23306Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach6.00CSB26AF
FTE-25806Research Methods Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB26AF
GEN-21803Principles of Human Genetics3.00CSB26AF
HNE-29803Basic Sensory Science3.00CSB26AF
UEC-11806Economics of Health and Care6.00CSB26AF
FTE-27306Sensor Technology6.00CSB26MO
HNE-26306Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health II6.00CSB26MO
INF-20806Applied Information Technology6.00CSB26MO
NEM-20306Research Methodology in Plant Sciences6.00CSB26MO
YRM-21806Data Analysis for Health and Society6.00CSB26MO
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB26WD
BNT-20806Bio-Inorganic Chemistry6.00CSB26WD
ESA-22303International Study Visits Environmental Sciences3.00CSB26WD
FCH-22308Food Properties and Function8.00CSB26WD
FEM-20909Forest and Nature Conservation II - Management Planning and Tools9.00CSB26WD
FQD-20804Quality Systems Operations4.00CSB26WD
HWM-23306Field Practical Hydrology, Water Quality and Meteorology6.00CSB26WD
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
PEN-22303Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Field Excursions3.00CSB26WD
REG-21306Introduction in Animal Ecology6.00CSB26WD
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD
SGL-22306Geology, Soils and Landscapes of the Rhine-Meuse Delta6.00CSB26WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB26WD
YHP-23810BSc Honours Broadening10.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31312BSc Honours Deepening12.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31803BSc Honours Personal Development3.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB2/31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
YNH-20301BSc Assessment for BVG students1.00CSB2/32WD
YBT-80324BSc Thesis Biotechnology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-70318BSc Internship International Land and Water Management18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80324BSc Thesis Biosystems Engineering24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80812BSc Thesis International Land and Water Management12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-80824BSc Thesis Food Science and Technology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-20802Skills portfolio for BVG2.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-80312BSc Thesis Nutrition and Health12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YPS-82318BSc Thesis Plant Sciences18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-30306Strategic Planning in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB31AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
AEP-21306Econometrics6.00CSB31MO
FQD-24306Case Studies Product Quality6.00CSB31MO, 4WD
YAS-21303Personal Development and Academic Skills3.00CSB31MO, 5MO
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-20801International Study Visits for Animal Sciences1.00CSB31WD, 5WD
YAS-80312BSc Thesis Animal Sciences12.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
YML-80321BSc Thesis Molecular Life Sciences21.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
FNP-32806Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment6.00CSB32AF
YML-20303Philosophy of Science and Ethics in Molecular Life Sciences3.00CSB32AF, 5AF
PEN-80812BSc Thesis Forest and Nature Conservation12.00CSB32MO+3WD, 5AF+6WD
YSS-81312BSc Thesis Economics and Governance12.00CSB32WD+3WD
SGL-80812BSc Thesis Soil, Water, Atmosphere12.00CSB32WD+3WD, 5WD+6WD
ENP-38803Sustainable Technology Development: Analysis Assignment3.00CSB34AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00CSB34MO
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
HSO-30306Health Policy and Action6.00CSB34WD
LAR-29306History of Ideas in Landscape Architecture and Planning6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
HSO-31306Systematic Reviews in Health and Society6.00CSB35AF
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
SCH-21306Demography and Global Population Issues6.00CSB35MO
GEO-80818BSc Thesis Tourism18.00CSB35MO+6WD
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD
YSS-84312BSc Thesis Health and Society12.00CSB36WD
AEW-22806Marine Systems6.00CSM11AF
ETE-22806Principles of Urban Environmental Management6.00CSM11AF
FTE-34806Modelling of Biobased Production Systems6.00CSM11AF
GEO-31806Tourism & Sustainable Development6.00CSM11AF
MST-26806Circular Economy6.00CSM11AF
SDC-21804Introduction to the Sociology of Development, Knowledge and Change M4.00CSM11AF
SLM-30306Issues and Concepts in International Land and Water Management6.00CSM11AF
YEI-30806Environmental Data Collection and Analysis6.00CSM11AF
AFI-31306Life History of Aquatic Organisms6.00CSM11MO
BCT-23806Principles of Biobased Economy6.00CSM11MO
CPT-21304Introduction to Technology, Agro-ecology and Development M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-23804Introduction to Communication and Innovation Studies M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-31006Integral Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences6.00CSM11MO
ESA-23306Introduction to Global Change6.00CSM11MO
FQD-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
GEO-30306Concepts & Approaches to Tourism Society and Environment6.00CSM11MO
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00CSM11MO
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00CSM11MO
SDC-36306Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies6.00CSM11MO
YEI-30306Interdisciplinary Topics in Earth and Environment6.00CSM11MO
XWT-20805Water Technologies in Global Context5.00CSM11WD
YMS-30812Metropolitan Challenges12.00CSM11WD
FTE-34306Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems6.00CSM12AF
YEI-31306Trends in Aquaculture6.00CSM12AF
ENP-35806Environmental Quality and Governance6.00CSM12AF, 5AF
FTE-33806Biosystems Design6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LUP-36806Landscape Theory and Analysis6.00CSM12MO
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM12MO
YRM-30806Research Methods and Data Analysis in Communication and Health6.00CSM12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSM12MO, 5MO, 6MO
XWT-32305Colloid Chemistry5.00CSM12WD
XWT-33305Chemical Reactor Design5.00CSM12WD
YMS-30306Metropolitan Innovators6.00CSM12WD
YMS-31303Metropolitan Data 13.00CSM12WD
YMS-31803Entrepreneurial Skills 13.00CSM12WD
CPT-60306Facilitating Interactive Processes6.00CSM13WD
GEO-37806Research Methodology for Planning and Design6.00CSM13WD
SSB-30306Molecular Systems Biology6.00CSM13WD
XWT-30305Biological Water Treatment and Recovery Technology5.00CSM13WD
XWT-31305Bioreactor Design5.00CSM13WD
XWT-34305Multi-component Mass Transfer in Membrane Processes5.00CSM13WD
YBI-37806Frontiers in Biology6.00CSM13WD
YMS-31403Metropolitan Data 23.00CSM13WD
YMS-31903Entrepreneurial Skills 23.00CSM13WD
CPT-36806Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice6.00CSM14WD
FQD-64306Food Quality Management Research Principles I 6.00CSM14WD
GEO-30806Research Methodologies for Tourism, Society & Environment6.00CSM14WD
XWT-34810Business Case Design Project10.00CSM14WD
XWT-35305Computational Methods in Water Technology5.00CSM14WD
YSS-60806Cutting Edge Issues in Development and Rural Innovation6.00CSM14WD+5WD+6WD
WRM-32306Research Approaches to Land and Water Management6.00CSM15AF
FQD-64806Food Quality Management Research Principles II6.00CSM15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM16AF
FHM-61312Food Safety Management12.00CSM16WD
GRS-60312Remote Sensing and GIS Integration12.00CSM16WD
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00CSM16WD
WRM-60309Sustainable Land and Water Management in Spain9.00CSM16WD
YMS-60312Metropolitan Solutions12.00CSM16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6WD, 6AF
PHP-31803Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 13.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
PHP-31903Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 23.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00CSM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00CSM1/21WD, 6WD
YNH-30302Frontiers in Nutrition Science2.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
YSS-31306Thesis Path MDR6.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-70324Amsterdam Living Laboratory24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-80330Thesis Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering30.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
XWT-70415MSc Internship Water Technology15.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
XWT-80440MSc Thesis Water Technology40.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
YMS-32306Professional Profile6.00CSM26WD
BCT-34324Micromaster Biobased Sciences for Sustainability24.00RO0M11,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
CSA-20306Soil-Plant Relations6.00RO2B2/33WD
PPH-10306Biology of Plants6.00RO2B2/33WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00RO2B2/33WD
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00RO2B32AF, 3AF+4AF
FTE-26812Field Robot Design12.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B12MO
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO3B31MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO3B31MO
ELS-21301Self Assessment for BSc-students1.00RO4B2/35AF
PEN-30306Plant, Vegetation and Systems Ecology6.00RO4B36WD
FEM-70812BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management12.00RO5
FEM-70818BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management18.00RO5
FNP-70812BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy12.00RO5
FNP-70818BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy18.00RO5
PEN-70812BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation12.00RO5
PEN-70818BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation18.00RO5
REG-70812BSc Internship Resource Ecology12.00RO5
REG-70818BSc Internship Resource Ecology18.00RO5
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB12MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2B22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
SSB-20806iBiosystems6.00RO2B22MO
BPE-12301National Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3B31,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO3B31MO, 5MO
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00RO3B32AF
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO3B33WD, 5MO
BCT-23306Biorefinery6.00RO3B34WD
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00RO3B35MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00RO3B35MO
BCT-24306Renewable Resources and the (Bio)Chemical Production of Industrial Chemicals6.00RO3B36AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B11AF
HWM-24306Environmental Hydraulics6.00RO3B31AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO3B31AF, 2MO
HWM-20806Hydrogeology6.00RO3B31MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO3B32AF
HWM-23806Geophysical Fluid Mechanics6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO3B32AF
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-32306Boundary-layer Processes6.00RO3B32MO
SGL-32806Soil and Landscape Variability6.00RO3B33WD
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO4B34WD
MAQ-30306Atmospheric Practical6.00RO4B34WD
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO4B35AF
SLM-21306Subsurface Solute Transport6.00RO4B35MO
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO4B36WD
SGL-33306Geology and Landscapes of the World6.00RO4B36WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO1B24WD
FNP-24306Governance for Forest, Nature and Biodiversity6.00RO1B25MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00RO1B32AF
AEP-21806Agriculture, Food and Policy6.00RO2AB24WD
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO2BB24WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO2AB25MO
ENR-21806Environmental Economics in Practice6.00RO2AB26MO
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00RO2BB26MO
DEC-32306International Trade and Development Policy6.00RO2AB31AF
YSS-21303European Exchange programme Management, Consumer Studies and Economics3.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
GEO-23306Cultural and Historical Geography6.00RO2B25AF
GEO-36306Environmental Psychology6.00RO2B25AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
YFS-70312BSc Internship Food Technology12.00RO2
YFS-10301Excursions and lectures Food Technology1.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-23806Meat Science6.00RO2B31AF
HNE-30506Principles of Sensory Science6.00RO2B31AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00RO2B31AF
FQD-22801Foreign Study Trip Food Technology1.00RO2B31WD
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00RO2B32AF
FPH-21306History of Food Production6.00RO2B32MO
FQD-21806Milk in the Dairy Chain6.00RO2B32MO
ENT-21306Insects as Food and Feed6.00RO2B33WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
HNE-23801Lectures and Excursion1.00RO1B31,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-22402European Excursion2.00RO1B33WD
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO1AM11MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO1AM14WD
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO1AM15MO
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-31306Greenhouse Technology6.00RO2AM13WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35806Precision Farming6.00RO2AM15MO
FTE-32806Automation for Bio-production6.00RO2AM16AF
FTE-80436MSc Thesis Farm Technology36.00RO2M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO3AM11MO, 5MO
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO3AM15AF
INF-31306Information Systems for Managers and Engineers6.00RO3AM16MO
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO3AM22MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO4M14WD
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO4M15MO
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-30306Decision Science 26.00RO5M15MO
ORL-30806Operations Research and Logistics6.00RO5M16MO
ORL-80436MSc Thesis Operations Research and Logistics36.00RO5M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO6AM11MO
ORL-32806Sustainability Analysis6.00RO6AM13WD
BCT-32306Advanced Biorefinery6.00RO6M15AF
MST-34806Biobased and Circular Business6.00RO6AM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO6AM15MO
ORL-32306Biobased Logistics6.00RO6AM16AF
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-70424MSc Internship Farm Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70824MSc Internship Track Entrepreneurship24.00RO7AM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO8M11MO, 2AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO8M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO1M26WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF, 6AF
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80424MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-70424MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-80424MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-70324MSc Internship Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-80324MSc Thesis Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80424MSc Thesis Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 2MO, 2AF, 5MO, 6MO
CSA-31806Grassland Science6.00RO1M11AF
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00RO1M12MO
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO1M14AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 1MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO2M26WD
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO, 5MO
GEN-21306Personal Genetics6.00RO0M11MO
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO0M11MO, 5MO
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00RO0M14WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M14WD
ABG-30806Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences6.00RO1M15AF
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2BM11MO, 5MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2AM12MO
BIF-30806Advanced Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM12MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2BM14WD
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO2BM15AF
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO2AM15MO
SSB-31806Advanced Systems Biology6.00RO2AM15MO
BIF-31306Algorithms in Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM16AF
INF-33306Linked Data6.00RO2AM16MO
MOB-30306Control of Cellular Processes and Cell Differentiation6.00RO3M11AF
ABG-30306Genomics6.00RO3M12AF, 5AF
MIB-30806Applied Molecular Microbiology6.00RO3M12MO
BPE-34306Metabolic Engineering of Industrial Microorganisms6.00RO3M14WD
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO3M15WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00RO4M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO4M1/22AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO4M1/22WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO4M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ABG-80436MSc Thesis Animal Breeding and Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-80436MSc Thesis Biochemistry36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-80336MSc Thesis Bioinformatics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-80436MSc Thesis Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-80436MSc Thesis Microbiology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-80436MSc Thesis Molecular Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-80436MSc Thesis Phytopathology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-80336MSc Thesis Systems and Synthetic Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ABG-70424MSc Internship Animal Breeding and Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-70424MSc Internship Biochemistry24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-70324MSc Internship Bioinformatics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-70424MSc Internship Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-70424MSc Internship Molecular Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-70424MSc Internship Phytopathology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-70324MSc Internship Systems and Synthetic Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
VIR-70424MSc Internship Virology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF
SSB-30806Modelling Biological Systems II6.00RO3M1/25AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1BM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 6WD
ENR-22806Principles of Climate Change Economics and Policy6.00RO1M11AF
SOC-23306Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science6.00RO1M11AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO2CM12WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO2AM15AF+6WD
CSA-70424MSc Internship Crop and Weed Ecology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
HWM-70424MSc Internship Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-70824MSc Internship Meteorology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-32806Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication6.00RO1M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81330MSc Thesis Strategic Communication30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-30806Political Ecologies of Natural Resource Distribution6.00RO2M15AF
SDC-80430MSc Thesis Sociology of Development and Change30.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-37806Researching Socio-Technical Practices, Innovation and Responsible Futures6.00RO3M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM12WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO1CM15AF+6WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1AM1/21WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO1CM1/22WD
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO1DM1/26WD
ELS-32806Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development6.00RO1DM26WD
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO2M11AF, 4WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO3M11MO, 2MO
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00RO4M11AF
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO4M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO4M12AF, 5MO
LAW-22306Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy6.00RO4M13WD
SOC-33806Environmental Analytical Techniques6.00RO4M13WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO4M13WD, 4WD
CPT-22306Communicating for Sustainability and Responsible Innovation6.00RO5AM12AF
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00RO5AM14WD
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-80824MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81324MSc Thesis Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70424MSc Internship Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-80424MSc Thesis Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO5M1/26WD
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO6M12AF, 6WD
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO6AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO6AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO7AM12MO
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO7BM14WD
AEW-30806Chemical Stress Ecology and Ecotoxicology6.00RO7BM15AF
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO7BM16WD
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO7M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80436MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO8AM12MO
SOC-34806Applications in Soil and Water Chemistry6.00RO8M14WD
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO8BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO8BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO8M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-81336MSc Thesis Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO9M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO9AM12MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO9BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO9BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO9M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-81836MSc Thesis Soil Biology36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO10M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO10AM12MO
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00RO10M13WD
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO10M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-81336MSc Thesis Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO11AM12MO
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO11AM13WD
TOX-30806Environmental Toxicology6.00RO11M15MO
TOX-31306Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals6.00RO11M16WD
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO11M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80436MSc Thesis Toxicology36.00RO11M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO12AM12AF
WSG-35306Modelling Future Water Stress6.00RO12M12MO
ENP-37306Water Governance: Concepts and Practices6.00RO12BM13WD
WSG-34806Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management6.00RO12AM14WD
SDC-35306Natural Hazards and Disasters6.00RO12BM15MO
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO12M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-80436MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change36.00RO12M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-34306Environmental Policy: Analysis and Evaluation6.00RO13AM12MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO13BM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO13BM14MO
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO13BM14WD
ENP-33306Environment and Development6.00RO13BM15MO
ENP-39306Advanced International Environmental Politics6.00RO13BM16WD
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO13M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO13M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO14AM12MO, 5AF
ENR-31306Economics and Management of Natural Resources6.00RO14BM14WD
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO14BM14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO14BM15AF
AEP-32306Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation6.00RO14BM16WD
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO14M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO14M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-24804Fundamentals of Environmental Technology4.00RO15AM12MO
PCC-21802Introductory Thermodynamics A2.00RO15AM12MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO15BM14WD
ETE-30806Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment and Reuse6.00RO15BM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO15BM15MO
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO15M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO15M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-31306Trends in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00RO0M11AF
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00RO0M12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00RO0M12MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60400Modular Skills Training6.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1CM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
FEM-70424MSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-70424MSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-70424MSc Internship Resource Ecology24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO1M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
FQD-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00RO2M12AF
FQD-31806Product Properties and Consumer Wishes6.00RO2M12AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FCH-70424MSc Internship Food Chemistry24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FHM-70424MSc Internship Food Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPE-70324MSc Internship Food Process Engineering24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPH-70424MSc Internship Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO0M12AF, 5AF
GRS-20306Remote Sensing6.00RO0M12MO, 5MO
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO1M14WD
GRS-32306Advanced Earth Observation6.00RO1M15AF
GRS-30306Spatial Modelling and Statistics6.00RO1M15MO
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO2M11AF, 2MO
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO2M12MO
GRS-33806Geo Scripting6.00RO2M13WD
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2M15MO
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO3M11AF, 4WD
PPS-30306Quantitative Analysis of Land Use Systems (QUALUS)6.00RO3M13WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00RO3M15AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO0M11MO
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M16WD
AEP-70424MSc Internship Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEP-70824MSc Internship Regional Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
DEC-70424MSc Internship Development Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
PAP-70324MSc Internship Public Administration and Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RHI-70424MSc Internship Rural and Environmental History24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70824MSc Internship Disaster Studies24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO4M1/22WD
SDC-34806Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction6.00RO5M1/21AF
SDC-33806Policy, Projects and Programs for Development6.00RO5M1/22MO
SDC-31306Property Rights, Natural Resources and Conflict6.00RO5M1/25MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M12MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 5AF, 6AF
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M16WD
SGL-11806Fundamentals of Landscape6.00RO0M14WD
GEO-37306Global Landscapes and Place-Making6.00RO1M12AF
LAR-36806Climate-responsive Planning and Design6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-36306Foodscapes, Urban Lifestyles and Transition6.00RO1M12AF
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-60309Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning9.00RO2M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YML-30803Frontiers in Molecular Life Sciences3.00RO0M11MO
PCC-33309From Molecule to Designer Materials9.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
MOB-31812Toolbox Molecular Biology12.00RO2M1/22WD, 6WD
PCC-31303Research Methods Soft Matter3.00RO2M1/23AF
ORC-31303Advanced Research Methods in Organic Chemistry3.00RO2M1/23MO
MIB-30303Research Methods Microbiology3.00RO2M1/23MO, 4AF
BIC-30803Advanced Methods in Biochemical Research3.00RO2M1/24AF
BIP-32803Biophysical Imaging3.00RO2M1/24MO
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO2M1/25WD
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO3M1/24AF
BPE-21801International Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3M1/25WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO1AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1AM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11MO
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO2AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO2AM16AF
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CBI-70424MSc Internship Cell Biology and Immunology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HAP-70424MSc Internship Human and Animal Physiology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-71024MSc Internship Nutrition and Pharmacology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-72424MSc Internship Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-74824MSc Internship Nutrition and Disease24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-75324MSc Internship Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FSE-21806Introduction to Organic Production Systems6.00RO0M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 5MO, 6MO
FSE-21306Organic Agriculture and Society6.00RO0M11MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00RO0M11MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO0M13WD, 4WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1CM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO1CM11MO, 1AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CSA-33303Masterclass Organic Agriculture3.00RO2M11WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
RSO-34806Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems6.00RO2M12AF
SBL-33306Integrated Natural Resource Management in Organic Agriculture6.00RO2M12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0BM11AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00RO0BM11AF, 5MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0AM11WD
GEN-20806Plant Biotechnology6.00RO0BM12MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00RO1M12MO
LAW-32306Intellectual Property Rights6.00RO1M13WD
NEM-32806Dilemmas in Food Safety and Security6.00RO1M14WD
MST-23406New Venture Creation: from Idea to Business Plan6.00RO1M15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2BM22WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO1M11MO, 2MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO2AM16WD
LUP-23806Planning for Urban Quality of Life6.00RO3BM12AF
ENP-36806Governance for Sustainable Cities6.00RO3AM13WD
ETE-33806Planning and Design of Urban Space6.00RO3BM15AF
ETE-32806Managing Urban Environmental Infrastructure6.00RO3CM15MO
ETE-25306Basic Technologies for Urban Environmental Management6.00RO4AM12MO
ETE-34306Energy, Water and Nutrient Cycles in the Built Environment6.00RO4M13WD
ETE-34806Resource Quality in the Circular Economy6.00RO4AM14WD
ETE-70824MSc Internship Urban Systems Engineering24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-81836MSc Thesis Urban Systems Engineering36.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO5AM11MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO5AM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO5AM14MO
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO5AM15AF
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO6AM12MO
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO6M14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO6M15AF
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO7M12AF
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO7AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO7AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00RO8M11MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO8M12AF
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO8M14WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO9M11MO
MST-33806Circular Entrepreneurship: Co-creating the circular economy6.00RO9M12AF
MST-32306Strategic Change Management and Innovation6.00RO9M15AF
MST-70424MSc Internship Management Studies24.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MST-80436MSc Thesis Management Studies36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00RO10M11MO
LUP-32806Planning Perspectives of the 21st Century6.00RO10M14WD
LUP-70424MSc Internship Land Use Planning24.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
LUP-80436MSc Thesis Land Use Planning36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
XWT-23805Transport Phenomena in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-24305Physical Chemistry in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-21805Water Microbiology5.00RO1M12WD

Common part

Common Part

RO0: Students who completed the Micromaster Biobased Sciences from Wageningen University prior to enrollment in the master but after completing their bachelor can choose RO-0. For students choosing specialization B this RO-0 replaces 6 credits of RO-1 and of RO-2.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students should have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all courses of the B1 and FTE-26306 Data analysis biosystems engineering and FTE-25806 Research methods biosystems engineering.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser
RO-3: Choose 0 or 1 course from this cluster when you are interested in field robot design.

Common Part

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2:Choose 36 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a BSc Internship Biology or your own coherent set of optional courses. Students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI-70324) as part of their optional courses. Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: Students with VWO Mathematics B choose RO1, with VWO Mathematics A choose RO2
RO-3: Choose 1 course in consultation with your study adviser
RO-4: Choose 0-2 courses in consultation with your study adviser. PEN-30306 is only allowed with permission from the study adviser
RO-5: Choose 30 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a 12 or 18 credits BSc Internship or your own coherent set of optional courses. If students choose the internship this is part of their optional courses (30 credits)

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Students with VWO Math A choose RO1A; students with VWO Math B choose RO1B
RO-2: Choose at least 6 credits
RO-3: Choose at least 3 credits

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: choose RO1 or RO2 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
Choose 18 credits from RO3 or RO4

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.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1 and including the preparatory courses of the chosen chair group; see also the course guide.
Choose 12 credits of natural science or life science courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser
RO-1: Choose 1 course
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser and depending on your BSc thesis:
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the economic chairgroups (AEP, DEC, ECH or ENR) choose 2 courses from RO2A
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the governance chairgroups (ENP or PAP) choose 1 course from RO2A and 1 course from RO2B

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.

Common Part

Choose periods 1,2,3 or periods 4,5,6 for the internship-thesis combination, depending on your free choice or choice for specific minors. Before starting with the BSc-internship and BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and WRM-21312 and YRM-21306.

Common Part

Common Part

RO-1: Students with VWO mathematics A choose Mathematics 1; students with VWO mathematics B choose Statistics 1.
RO-2: Choose 1 course.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
RO-2: Choose 0 - 3 course.

Common Part

Choose 1 cluster from RO1-7:
Choose RO1 if you want to proceed in BAT
Choose RO2 if you want to proceed in BBI
Choose RO3 if you want to proceed in BBT
Choose RO4 if you want to proceed in BDW
Choose RO5 if you want to proceed in BLT
Choose RO6 if you want to proceed in BML
Choose RO7 if you want to proceed in BPW

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis part 2 students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and the thesis introductory B2 course of the chair group supervising the BSc thesis (see course guide for details).
RO1: depending on prior education students choose:
- Students with VWO Math A choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1
- Students with VWO Math B choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
- Students with VWO Math D choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity

Common Part

RO-1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 if you did VWO Mathematics A, choose MAT-15303 if you did VWO Mathematics B
MAT-20306: If you choose major A you should do this course in B2, period 5; if you choose major B you should do this course in B3.
Determine individual planning for B3 (courses, BSc Thesis Plant Sciences and free choice) in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the 1st year (B1).
RO-1: Choose 0 - 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-1 - RO-6: Choose 1 RO-cluster
- within RO-1 choose 2 courses from RO-1A
- within RO-2 choose 2 courses from RO-2A
- within RO-3 choose 2 courses from RO-3A
- within RO-6 choose 1 course from RO-6A
RO-7: Choose 1 course. The internship in RO-7 may be replaced by a 2nd thesis if the programme director or study adviser supports the replacement.
RO-7A: This internship can only be chosen if the MSc track entrepreneurship is completed. If this course is chosen and completed and the MSc track entrepreneurship is not completed, this internship becomes invalid as fulfilment for RO-7.
RO-8: Choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, depending on prior training or relevant working experience. If YMC-61303 is chosen, the choice for YMC-60300 will be limited and one disciplinary course has to be chosen in addition.

Common Part

Internship replacement:
- approval of the study advisor is required to replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
- students who choose the Research Variant must replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser 12 credits as Academic Master Cluster.
Note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: The Laboratory Animal Science course (RO-2) should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: Choose 1 internship (or second thesis) in consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: If you did not follow an advanced statistics course in your previous education, this course is compulsory, but discuss this with your study adviser
RO-1: These are optional courses, not specificaly related to any of the specializations
RO-2: Choose in consultation with your study adviser either (1) YMC-60809 + YMC-60300 or (2) YMC-61303 + YMC-60300 + an additional optional course or (3) YAS-60312. Please note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser in dependence of pre-education; students with limited life science background have to choose BIC-20306 or GEN-21306; students without programming skills have to choose INF22306; students who did not follow SSB20306 in their pre-education have to include SSB-20306.
RO-1: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-2: Choose at least 12 credits of either RO2A or RO2B. If you choose RO2B include at least 6 credits from BIF30806 or BIF31306
RO-3: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-4: Choose 12 credits; if YMC-60300 is chosen,please, note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overvieuw on possible MOS courses please see under YMC60300 in the study handbook; if YEI-60312 is choosen, please, notice that you have to complete a thesis before start of YEI-60312.
RO-5: Choose 1 thesis.
RO-6: Choose 1 internship or an additional thesis of at least 24 credits at one to the chairs offering an internship as RO6.

Common Part

RO-1: In consultation and agreement with your study advisor choose for RO1A or RO-1B
- If you want to keep all options open after your MSc Biology, you should choose RO-1A .
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- Students who want to become a PhD-student may choose RO1B.
RO-2: EZO-32303 should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: this is an optional course, not specifically related to any of the specializations.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. When choosing RO-1, select in addition either RO-1A or RO-1B.
RO-1A: Note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of MOS courses, please check the study handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-1B: Note that this course is taught in the late afternoon of period 6.
RO-2: Note that your MSc thesis has to be completed before starting the Research Master Cluster.
Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1: Depending on your preparatory education, choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. At the study adviser's discretion, the selected course may be exchanged for an advanced course of similar orientation.
RO-2: Choose A, B or C in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-3: Select 1 internship in consultation with your study adviser. You may exchange the internship for a second thesis if you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities (including a summer school and a series of seminars), and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy linked to the major Environmental Policy (Specialization Climate, Society and Economics).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-3: Choose 1 RO-cluster. Before starting the thesis students should have completed the compulsory subjects.
- If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 thesis from RO-1A.
RO-4: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by an internship or a minor thesis with one of the (other) social science chair groups or with any other chair group in case of an internship or minor thesis with an interdisciplinary character (beta-gamma integration).

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Students with (supervised) work experience on an academic level can exchange the internship for a second thesis in consultation with your study adviser.
Career preparation: students can choose one of the following tracks in consultation with your study adviser.
- General track: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809 Academic Consultancy Training (RO-1A).
- Research track: choose YEI-60312 Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing (RO-1B).
- Climate change track: choose WSG-60812 (RO-1C).
- Entrepreneurship track: The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track: For Dutch students with a BBW degree and a completed minor education, who choose specialization A or B, it is possible to obtain your ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Physics. Consult your study adviser for detailed information.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose either RO-1A, RO-1B, RO-1C or RO-1D in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-2: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-3: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-4: Choose 1 or more supporting courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-5: For a minor in Environmental Education or Environmental Communication and Innovation, choose RO-5, 1 additional course from RO-5A if your study adviser deems it necessary, and 1 thesis or internship from RO-5B as substitute for the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15 for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.
RO-6 - RO15: Choose 1 cluster.
RO-6: Choose 1 course from RO-6A.
RO-7: Choose 2 courses from RO-7B; choose RO-7A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-8: Choose 1 course from RO-8B; choose RO8A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-9: Choose 1 course from RO-9B; choose RO-9A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-10: Choose RO-10A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-11: Choose 1 course from RO-11A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-12: Choose 1 course from RO-12A and 1 course from RO-12B.
RO-13: Choose 6 credits from RO-13B; choose RO-13A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-14: Choose 1 course from RO-14B; choose RO-14A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-15: Choose 2 courses from RO-15B; choose RO-15A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy attached to the Environmental Policy cluster (RO13).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0 - 5 courses in consultation with your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser, RO-1A, RO-1B or RO-1C.
- RO-1A: Consultancy orientation: YMC-60809 and YMC-60300. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1B: students with relevant working experience: YMC-60400 is also an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 6 credits modular skills (MOS) courses including ECS-65500 Argumentation Skills or ECS-66600 Academic Argumentation Skills in Writing and Debate
- RO-1C: Research orientation: YEI-60312.
RO-2: Choose 1 internship or choose a second thesis. Replacement of internship by a second thesis is subject to approval by the study adviser.

Common Part

Students will only be admitted to the thesis or internship upon completion of the courses in the Common Part and at least one course from the specialisation.
The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: choose this course after consultation with your study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose 1 course after consultation with your study advisor; students with a background in food science or technology choose FQD-31806, students without a background in food science choose FQD-22306.

Common Part

The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: Choose these courses after consultation with your study advisor

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 internship after consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0-2 courses, if these competences are not present according to the study adviser
RO-1: Choose 2 courses
RO-2: Choose 1 course
RO-3: Choose preferentially at least 1 course in the field of the Wageningen UR domain: natural resources and living environment; society and well-being; food, feed and biobased production

Common Part

RO0: Choose 0 - 3 courses from RO0 depending on prior training and in consultation and agreement with the study adviser
RO1: Choose one course
RO2: Dependent on your interest, choose 1 course
RO3: Choose 1 course
RO4: Choose 1 course
RO5: Choose 1 thesis
RO6: Choose in consultation and agreement with the study adviser one internship from RO6; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a second thesis

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select 1-2 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 1 - 3 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-1: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a minor thesis with a social science chair group.
RO-2 - RO-4: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.
RO5: Choose 0 - 3 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Note 1: You can apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements and complete extracurricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars. Ask your study adviser for information. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose (YMC-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312 or ESA-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study.
Handbook.
Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose (LUP-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study Handbook. Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part


Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Period schedule MMD year 1:
Period 1 (15 ECTS): 3 September – 9 November 2018
Period 2 (9 ECTS): 12 November – 21 December 2018
Period 3 (6 ECTS): 7 January - 1 February 2019
Period 4 - electives (18 ECTS): 11 February – 10 May 2019
Period 5 (12 ECTS): 13 May – 5 July 2019

Period schedule MMD year 2:
Thesis and living lab (54 ECTS): 3 September 2018 – 7 June 2019
Professional profile (6 ECTS): 10 June – 5 July 2019

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with the study adviser.
If RO-1 is selected:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses from the second category (except for Professional Ethics and Introduction Philosophy of Science. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- the Academic Consultancy Training (ACT) and the MOS-courses may be replaced by an entrepreneurial variant.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS). Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose after consulting your study advisor 0 or 12 credits to start this MSc programme.
RO1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B
Career preparation:
- General track (RO-1A): YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809.
- Research track (RO-1B): choose YEI-60312.
- Entrepreneurship track. The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track. - Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘tweedegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry or Physics can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the education module, see https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Chair-groups/Social-Sciences/Education-and-Competence-Studies-Group/Education-for-students/Teacher-training/Minor-Education.htm
- Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry, and who already completed the Minor Education minor can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the second half of the ‘lerarenopleiding scheikunde’ at Radboud University Nijmegen.
RO-2: Choose at least 1 course.
RO-3: Optionally, choose from this cluster.

Common Part

This common part is not applicable for specialisation E.
Choose 1 cluster from RO-1 - RO-3; take into account:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1: If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-1A.
- RO-2: If RO-2 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-2A. NOTE: RO-2 can only be selected by those students that meet the professional competencies from YMC-60809 based on prior education and/or professional career, to be decided by the MNH-programme-team.
- RO-3: YEI-60312 has specific prerequisites.
RO-4: In consultation with the study adviser, students either choose an internship or a second thesis of at least 24 credits from the chairgroups HNE, HAP, TOX, CPT or CBI.
In general students with a professional Bachelor degree should opt for a second thesis. Students with an academic Bachelor degree should opt for an internship.
The FQD internship is linked to specialisation D only.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A, RO-1B, or RO-1C + an additional optional course:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
- RO-1C is meant for students with verifiable prior experience in project work and reflective learning.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

Common Part

RO-0:Choose courses from RO-0:
- RO-0A: Choose this course after consultation with your study adviser.
- RO-0B: Choose a maximum of two courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. It is not allowed to include both Gene Technology (MOB-20306) and Plant Biotechnology (GEN-20806) into your MPB-programme. 
RO-1: Choose one course.
RO-2: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-2A or RO-2B:
- RO-2A focuses on consultancy and business. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-2B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.

Common Part

Choose RO-1 if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Choose either RO-2A or RO-2B in consultation with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
Choose 2 courses from RO-3A, RO-3B, and RO-3C.
Select 1 cluster from RO-4 - RO-10:
- If RO4 is selected, choose RO-3C and 1 course from RO-4A in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
- If RO-5 is selected, choose 12 credits from RO-5A.
- If RO-6 is selected, choose RO-6A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
- If RO-7 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-7A.
- If RO-10 is selected, choose both courses labelled RO-3B.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. You may apply for the AMS label issued by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. This label is awarded if you complete specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements with regard to your major thesis.
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply for specialisation F - Online Master Plant Breeding.
RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.
RO-1 Choose 1-3 courses in consultation with your study advisor.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
FEM-10803Introduction to Forest and Nature Conservation3.00CSB11AF
FPH-10306Food Technology I6.00CSB11AF
HNE-11804Introduction to the field of Nutrition and Health4.00CSB11AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-11805Introduction to Management and Consumer Studies5.00CSB11AF
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
RHI-10806Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective6.00CSB11AF
YAS-10306Introduction Animal Sciences6.00CSB11AF
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11AF
YNH-10302Basic Skills for BVG-students2.00CSB11AF
YSS-12301Skills for BBC-students1.00CSB11AF
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
ENP-11303Sustainable Solutions to Environmental Problems3.00CSB11MO
FTE-12303Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 13.00CSB11MO
HSO-10806Introduction to Health and Society6.00CSB11MO
HWM-10803Introduction Soil, Water, Atmosphere3.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB11MO
NEM-10306Introduction Plant Sciences6.00CSB11MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB11MO
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
LAR-13809Integrated Studio 19.00CSB11WD
WRM-12309Orientation on International Land and Water Management9.00CSB11WD
GEO-11806Tourism: Principles & Practice6.00CSB11WD+2WD
GEO-12306Society, History & Globalisation6.00CSB11WD+2WD
MAT-15806Research Methods 16.00CSB11WD+2WD+3WD
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
FNP-11806Forest, Nature, Society6.00CSB12AF
FTE-12803Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 23.00CSB12AF
GEO-10306Human Geography6.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB12AF
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB12AF
AEP-10303Introduction Economics3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10303Physics MLS3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CPT-15303Science, Technology and Society3.00CSB12MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB12MO
HNE-10806Nutrition and Health: Macronutrients, Energy and Health6.00CSB12MO
LUP-12803Integrated Studio 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB12MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB12MO
PCC-13803General Chemistry 2 MLS3.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-13805Sociology of Health5.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
AEP-10806Economics & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
ESA-11306Environment & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13AF
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
HAP-10306Principles of Human Physiology6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RSO-12306Biosystems Engineering and Society6.00CSB13WD
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
ENP-11806Sociology & Tourism6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
SGL-12306Tourism Geographies6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
XTO-14806Statistics & Mathematics6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB14MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14MO
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB14WD
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB14WD
FCH-11306Nutritional Aspects of Foods6.00CSB14WD
FNP-24806People and Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB14WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
LAW-12306Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains6.00CSB14WD
LUP-13306Theory and Methodology of Planning and Design6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
BEC-10306Introduction to Business Economics6.00CSB15AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
CSA-10806Introduction Quantitative Agroecology6.00CSB15AF
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
HWM-21806Hydraulics and Hydrometry6.00CSB15AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
PAP-10306Public Administration and Policy Making6.00CSB15AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB15AF
SGL-22803Soils and Landscapes of the Netherlands3.00CSB15AF
YAS-11803Animal Science in Society3.00CSB15AF
BPE-12806Bioprocess Engineering Basics BT6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB15MO
ENP-10806Environmental Policy Instruments6.00CSB15MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB15MO
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15MO
FEM-10306Ecology of Forests6.00CSB15MO
FQD-10306Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality6.00CSB15MO
FTE-14303Engineering problem solving3.00CSB15MO
HNE-28305Metabolic Aspects of Nutrition5.00CSB15MO
HSO-10306Global Health6.00CSB15MO
MAQ-10306Introduction Atmosphere6.00CSB15MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15MO
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00CSB15MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB15MO
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
SGL-23312Landscape Geography12.00CSB15WD
YHP-11303Orientation Course BSc Honours Programme3.00CSB15WD
MCB-12306Consumer Behaviour & Marketing Management6.00CSB15WD+6WD
XTO-14306National Field Project6.00CSB15WD+6WD
CPT-13806Ethics, Health and Society6.00CSB16AF
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB16AF
FPH-10803Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists3.00CSB16AF
FTE-14806CAD and Mechanics6.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MIB-11306Microbiology and Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health6.00CSB16AF
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB16AF
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB16MO
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BPE-10305Process Engineering Basics5.00CSB16MO
BPE-11303Biotechnology 13.00CSB16MO
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
DEC-22306Macroeconomics & Policy6.00CSB16MO
FCH-12306Food Technology for Nutritionists6.00CSB16MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
RSO-12806Eating, Customs and Health6.00CSB16MO
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
BIC-10807Molecular Life Sciences7.00CSB16WD
BIP-11805Introduction Quantum Mechanics5.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CSA-10306Cropping Systems and Knowledge of Crops6.00CSB16WD
ESA-10309Environmental Sciences and Society9.00CSB16WD
FPE-10808Food Production Chains8.00CSB16WD
FTE-15301Orientation on the Biosystems Engineering Profession1.00CSB16WD
GRS-10806Geo-information Science for Planning and Design6.00CSB16WD
LAR-12803Studio Design Basics3.00CSB16WD
LUP-11803Studio Planning Basics3.00CSB16WD
NEM-10806Orientation Plant Sciences6.00CSB16WD
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB16WD
PEN-10806Forest and Nature Conservation I: Introductory Field Course6.00CSB16WD
SGL-10309Integration Course Soil, Water, Atmosphere9.00CSB16WD
SLM-10806Design in Land and Water Management 16.00CSB16WD
YAS-11306Internship6.00CSB16WD
ABG-20306Animal Breeding and Genetics6.00CSB21AF
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
ETE-10806Introduction Environmental Technology6.00CSB21AF
FHM-20306Food Microbiology6.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HPP-22803Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology3.00CSB21AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00CSB21AF
LAR-24306Landscape Engineering6.00CSB21AF
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00CSB21AF
MIB-20306Microbial Physiology6.00CSB21AF
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB21AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB21AF
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
SLM-10306Land Degradation and Remediation6.00CSB21AF
BIP-24806Atomic and Molecular Structure6.00CSB21MO
BPE-20806Separation Process Design6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB21MO
FPE-20806Mathematical Concepts for Food Technology6.00CSB21MO
FTE-24806Engineering Design6.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-21303Integrated Human Physiology3.00CSB21MO
MAQ-11306Air Quality6.00CSB21MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00CSB21MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00CSB21MO
PBR-22303Plant Breeding3.00CSB21MO
PHP-21303Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology3.00CSB21MO
SLM-20806Water Quantity and Quality6.00CSB21MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00CSB21MO
WRM-10306Irrigation and Water Management6.00CSB21MO
YHP-11802Kick-off BSc Honours Programme@Texel2.00CSB21WD
MST-26306Organisational Behaviour & Business Management6.00CSB21WD+2WD
PAP-22306Policy, Governance & Law6.00CSB21WD+2WD
MAT-25806Research Methods 26.00CSB21WD+2WD+3WD
ADP-20306Immunology and Thermoregulation6.00CSB22AF
BPE-22306Basic Cell Factory Design6.00CSB22AF
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
ESA-20506Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis6.00CSB22AF
FPE-21306Food Production and Preservation6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
MAQ-23306System Earth: Scale Dependence, Feedbacks and Global Change6.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB22AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB22AF
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00CSB22AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB22AF
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00CSB22MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
ENP-23806Sustainability Transitions: Concepts, Issues and Indicators6.00CSB22MO
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB22MO
HSO-20306Environmental Assets for Health6.00CSB22MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB22MO
MAT-24306Advanced Statistics for Nutritionists6.00CSB22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
QVE-20306Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics6.00CSB22MO
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
SLM-20306Land and Water Engineering6.00CSB22MO
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00CSB22MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00CSB22MO
CPT-25806Tourism Development & Planning6.00CSB22WD+3WD
GEO-23806Philosophy of Science & Ethics in Tourism6.00CSB22WD+3WD
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB23AF
EZO-20306Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
CPT-24803Communication and Technology3.00CSB23MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
AEP-22306Landscape Economics and Politics6.00CSB23WD
ANU-20306Principles of Animal Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB23WD
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
FPH-20306Food Physics6.00CSB23WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB23WD
HNE-23306Pharmacology and Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
HSO-20806Health Psychology6.00CSB23WD
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00CSB23WD
PAP-30806Governance and Policy Change6.00CSB23WD
CPT-26306Cross-Cultural Studies6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
ESA-23806Tourism Systems Analysis6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GEO-24306Tourism Destination Management6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
XTO-24312International Field Practicum12.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB24AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB24MO
APS-20806Systems Approach in Animal Sciences6.00CSB24WD
BCT-21306Control Engineering6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
FNP-21306Management of Forest and Nature Organisations6.00CSB24WD
FQD-21306Food Packaging and Design6.00CSB24WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB24WD
HNE-29303Measuring Dietary Intake3.00CSB24WD
INF-22803Intro to Data Structures and Algorithms for Health3.00CSB24WD
MST-25306Management and Innovation in the Health Sector6.00CSB24WD
PBR-21306Biosystematics, Evolution and Agrobiodiversity6.00CSB24WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB24WD
BCT-22803Physical Transport Phenomena3.00CSB25AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB25AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
BIP-24306Spectroscopy and Imaging6.00CSB25AF
BPE-21306Bioreactor Design6.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Biology and philosophy; exploring open questions3.00CSB25AF
ENR-22306Public Sector Economics6.00CSB25AF
FHM-22806Food Hazards6.00CSB25AF
FNP-23303Value Chains for Sustainable Landscapes: Theories, Tools and Practices3.00CSB25AF
FTE-25303Building Physics and Climate Engineering3.00CSB25AF
HNE-25806Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health I6.00CSB25AF
MAQ-22806Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil Interactions6.00CSB25AF
PEN-21803Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Theory3.00CSB25AF
SCH-23306Health Issues in Daily Life; a Bèta-Gamma Approach6.00CSB25AF
SDC-22806Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World6.00CSB25AF
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
CPT-32306Behavioural Interventions for Health6.00CSB25MO
ENP-24803Social-Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues3.00CSB25MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
FHM-31806Biotechnology 26.00CSB25MO
FPE-20306Food Engineering6.00CSB25MO
FTE-26306Data Analysis Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB25MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00CSB25MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00CSB25MO
VIR-20803Human infectious diseases3.00CSB25MO
ETE-25812Environmental Project Studies12.00CSB25MO+6WD
WRM-21312Design in Land and Water Management 212.00CSB25MO+6WD
AEP-31806Economic Analysis of Coordination6.00CSB26AF
ENT-20806Integrated Pest Management6.00CSB26AF
FQD-23306Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach6.00CSB26AF
FTE-25806Research Methods Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB26AF
GEN-21803Principles of Human Genetics3.00CSB26AF
HNE-29803Basic Sensory Science3.00CSB26AF
UEC-11806Economics of Health and Care6.00CSB26AF
FTE-27306Sensor Technology6.00CSB26MO
HNE-26306Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health II6.00CSB26MO
INF-20806Applied Information Technology6.00CSB26MO
NEM-20306Research Methodology in Plant Sciences6.00CSB26MO
YRM-21806Data Analysis for Health and Society6.00CSB26MO
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB26WD
BNT-20806Bio-Inorganic Chemistry6.00CSB26WD
ESA-22303International Study Visits Environmental Sciences3.00CSB26WD
FCH-22308Food Properties and Function8.00CSB26WD
FEM-20909Forest and Nature Conservation II - Management Planning and Tools9.00CSB26WD
FQD-20804Quality Systems Operations4.00CSB26WD
HWM-23306Field Practical Hydrology, Water Quality and Meteorology6.00CSB26WD
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
PEN-22303Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Field Excursions3.00CSB26WD
REG-21306Introduction in Animal Ecology6.00CSB26WD
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD
SGL-22306Geology, Soils and Landscapes of the Rhine-Meuse Delta6.00CSB26WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB26WD
YHP-23810BSc Honours Broadening10.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31312BSc Honours Deepening12.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31803BSc Honours Personal Development3.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB2/31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
YNH-20301BSc Assessment for BVG students1.00CSB2/32WD
YBT-80324BSc Thesis Biotechnology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-70318BSc Internship International Land and Water Management18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80324BSc Thesis Biosystems Engineering24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80812BSc Thesis International Land and Water Management12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-80824BSc Thesis Food Science and Technology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-20802Skills portfolio for BVG2.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-80312BSc Thesis Nutrition and Health12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YPS-82318BSc Thesis Plant Sciences18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-30306Strategic Planning in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB31AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
AEP-21306Econometrics6.00CSB31MO
FQD-24306Case Studies Product Quality6.00CSB31MO, 4WD
YAS-21303Personal Development and Academic Skills3.00CSB31MO, 5MO
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-20801International Study Visits for Animal Sciences1.00CSB31WD, 5WD
YAS-80312BSc Thesis Animal Sciences12.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
YML-80321BSc Thesis Molecular Life Sciences21.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
FNP-32806Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment6.00CSB32AF
YML-20303Philosophy of Science and Ethics in Molecular Life Sciences3.00CSB32AF, 5AF
PEN-80812BSc Thesis Forest and Nature Conservation12.00CSB32MO+3WD, 5AF+6WD
YSS-81312BSc Thesis Economics and Governance12.00CSB32WD+3WD
SGL-80812BSc Thesis Soil, Water, Atmosphere12.00CSB32WD+3WD, 5WD+6WD
ENP-38803Sustainable Technology Development: Analysis Assignment3.00CSB34AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00CSB34MO
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
HSO-30306Health Policy and Action6.00CSB34WD
LAR-29306History of Ideas in Landscape Architecture and Planning6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
HSO-31306Systematic Reviews in Health and Society6.00CSB35AF
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
SCH-21306Demography and Global Population Issues6.00CSB35MO
GEO-80818BSc Thesis Tourism18.00CSB35MO+6WD
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD
YSS-84312BSc Thesis Health and Society12.00CSB36WD
AEW-22806Marine Systems6.00CSM11AF
ETE-22806Principles of Urban Environmental Management6.00CSM11AF
FTE-34806Modelling of Biobased Production Systems6.00CSM11AF
GEO-31806Tourism & Sustainable Development6.00CSM11AF
MST-26806Circular Economy6.00CSM11AF
SDC-21804Introduction to the Sociology of Development, Knowledge and Change M4.00CSM11AF
SLM-30306Issues and Concepts in International Land and Water Management6.00CSM11AF
YEI-30806Environmental Data Collection and Analysis6.00CSM11AF
AFI-31306Life History of Aquatic Organisms6.00CSM11MO
BCT-23806Principles of Biobased Economy6.00CSM11MO
CPT-21304Introduction to Technology, Agro-ecology and Development M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-23804Introduction to Communication and Innovation Studies M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-31006Integral Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences6.00CSM11MO
ESA-23306Introduction to Global Change6.00CSM11MO
FQD-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
GEO-30306Concepts & Approaches to Tourism Society and Environment6.00CSM11MO
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00CSM11MO
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00CSM11MO
SDC-36306Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies6.00CSM11MO
YEI-30306Interdisciplinary Topics in Earth and Environment6.00CSM11MO
XWT-20805Water Technologies in Global Context5.00CSM11WD
YMS-30812Metropolitan Challenges12.00CSM11WD
FTE-34306Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems6.00CSM12AF
YEI-31306Trends in Aquaculture6.00CSM12AF
ENP-35806Environmental Quality and Governance6.00CSM12AF, 5AF
FTE-33806Biosystems Design6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LUP-36806Landscape Theory and Analysis6.00CSM12MO
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM12MO
YRM-30806Research Methods and Data Analysis in Communication and Health6.00CSM12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSM12MO, 5MO, 6MO
XWT-32305Colloid Chemistry5.00CSM12WD
XWT-33305Chemical Reactor Design5.00CSM12WD
YMS-30306Metropolitan Innovators6.00CSM12WD
YMS-31303Metropolitan Data 13.00CSM12WD
YMS-31803Entrepreneurial Skills 13.00CSM12WD
CPT-60306Facilitating Interactive Processes6.00CSM13WD
GEO-37806Research Methodology for Planning and Design6.00CSM13WD
SSB-30306Molecular Systems Biology6.00CSM13WD
XWT-30305Biological Water Treatment and Recovery Technology5.00CSM13WD
XWT-31305Bioreactor Design5.00CSM13WD
XWT-34305Multi-component Mass Transfer in Membrane Processes5.00CSM13WD
YBI-37806Frontiers in Biology6.00CSM13WD
YMS-31403Metropolitan Data 23.00CSM13WD
YMS-31903Entrepreneurial Skills 23.00CSM13WD
CPT-36806Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice6.00CSM14WD
FQD-64306Food Quality Management Research Principles I 6.00CSM14WD
GEO-30806Research Methodologies for Tourism, Society & Environment6.00CSM14WD
XWT-34810Business Case Design Project10.00CSM14WD
XWT-35305Computational Methods in Water Technology5.00CSM14WD
YSS-60806Cutting Edge Issues in Development and Rural Innovation6.00CSM14WD+5WD+6WD
WRM-32306Research Approaches to Land and Water Management6.00CSM15AF
FQD-64806Food Quality Management Research Principles II6.00CSM15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM16AF
FHM-61312Food Safety Management12.00CSM16WD
GRS-60312Remote Sensing and GIS Integration12.00CSM16WD
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00CSM16WD
WRM-60309Sustainable Land and Water Management in Spain9.00CSM16WD
YMS-60312Metropolitan Solutions12.00CSM16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6WD, 6AF
PHP-31803Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 13.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
PHP-31903Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 23.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00CSM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00CSM1/21WD, 6WD
YNH-30302Frontiers in Nutrition Science2.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
YSS-31306Thesis Path MDR6.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-70324Amsterdam Living Laboratory24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-80330Thesis Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering30.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
XWT-70415MSc Internship Water Technology15.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
XWT-80440MSc Thesis Water Technology40.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
YMS-32306Professional Profile6.00CSM26WD
BCT-34324Micromaster Biobased Sciences for Sustainability24.00RO0M11,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
CSA-20306Soil-Plant Relations6.00RO2B2/33WD
PPH-10306Biology of Plants6.00RO2B2/33WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00RO2B2/33WD
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00RO2B32AF, 3AF+4AF
FTE-26812Field Robot Design12.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B12MO
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO3B31MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO3B31MO
ELS-21301Self Assessment for BSc-students1.00RO4B2/35AF
PEN-30306Plant, Vegetation and Systems Ecology6.00RO4B36WD
FEM-70812BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management12.00RO5
FEM-70818BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management18.00RO5
FNP-70812BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy12.00RO5
FNP-70818BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy18.00RO5
PEN-70812BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation12.00RO5
PEN-70818BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation18.00RO5
REG-70812BSc Internship Resource Ecology12.00RO5
REG-70818BSc Internship Resource Ecology18.00RO5
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB12MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2B22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
SSB-20806iBiosystems6.00RO2B22MO
BPE-12301National Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3B31,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO3B31MO, 5MO
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00RO3B32AF
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO3B33WD, 5MO
BCT-23306Biorefinery6.00RO3B34WD
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00RO3B35MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00RO3B35MO
BCT-24306Renewable Resources and the (Bio)Chemical Production of Industrial Chemicals6.00RO3B36AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B11AF
HWM-24306Environmental Hydraulics6.00RO3B31AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO3B31AF, 2MO
HWM-20806Hydrogeology6.00RO3B31MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO3B32AF
HWM-23806Geophysical Fluid Mechanics6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO3B32AF
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-32306Boundary-layer Processes6.00RO3B32MO
SGL-32806Soil and Landscape Variability6.00RO3B33WD
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO4B34WD
MAQ-30306Atmospheric Practical6.00RO4B34WD
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO4B35AF
SLM-21306Subsurface Solute Transport6.00RO4B35MO
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO4B36WD
SGL-33306Geology and Landscapes of the World6.00RO4B36WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO1B24WD
FNP-24306Governance for Forest, Nature and Biodiversity6.00RO1B25MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00RO1B32AF
AEP-21806Agriculture, Food and Policy6.00RO2AB24WD
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO2BB24WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO2AB25MO
ENR-21806Environmental Economics in Practice6.00RO2AB26MO
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00RO2BB26MO
DEC-32306International Trade and Development Policy6.00RO2AB31AF
YSS-21303European Exchange programme Management, Consumer Studies and Economics3.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
GEO-23306Cultural and Historical Geography6.00RO2B25AF
GEO-36306Environmental Psychology6.00RO2B25AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
YFS-70312BSc Internship Food Technology12.00RO2
YFS-10301Excursions and lectures Food Technology1.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-23806Meat Science6.00RO2B31AF
HNE-30506Principles of Sensory Science6.00RO2B31AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00RO2B31AF
FQD-22801Foreign Study Trip Food Technology1.00RO2B31WD
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00RO2B32AF
FPH-21306History of Food Production6.00RO2B32MO
FQD-21806Milk in the Dairy Chain6.00RO2B32MO
ENT-21306Insects as Food and Feed6.00RO2B33WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
HNE-23801Lectures and Excursion1.00RO1B31,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-22402European Excursion2.00RO1B33WD
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO1AM11MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO1AM14WD
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO1AM15MO
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-31306Greenhouse Technology6.00RO2AM13WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35806Precision Farming6.00RO2AM15MO
FTE-32806Automation for Bio-production6.00RO2AM16AF
FTE-80436MSc Thesis Farm Technology36.00RO2M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO3AM11MO, 5MO
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO3AM15AF
INF-31306Information Systems for Managers and Engineers6.00RO3AM16MO
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO3AM22MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO4M14WD
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO4M15MO
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-30306Decision Science 26.00RO5M15MO
ORL-30806Operations Research and Logistics6.00RO5M16MO
ORL-80436MSc Thesis Operations Research and Logistics36.00RO5M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO6AM11MO
ORL-32806Sustainability Analysis6.00RO6AM13WD
BCT-32306Advanced Biorefinery6.00RO6M15AF
MST-34806Biobased and Circular Business6.00RO6AM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO6AM15MO
ORL-32306Biobased Logistics6.00RO6AM16AF
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-70424MSc Internship Farm Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70824MSc Internship Track Entrepreneurship24.00RO7AM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO8M11MO, 2AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO8M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO1M26WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF, 6AF
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80424MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-70424MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-80424MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-70324MSc Internship Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-80324MSc Thesis Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80424MSc Thesis Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 2MO, 2AF, 5MO, 6MO
CSA-31806Grassland Science6.00RO1M11AF
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00RO1M12MO
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO1M14AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 1MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO2M26WD
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO, 5MO
GEN-21306Personal Genetics6.00RO0M11MO
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO0M11MO, 5MO
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00RO0M14WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M14WD
ABG-30806Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences6.00RO1M15AF
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2BM11MO, 5MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2AM12MO
BIF-30806Advanced Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM12MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2BM14WD
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO2BM15AF
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO2AM15MO
SSB-31806Advanced Systems Biology6.00RO2AM15MO
BIF-31306Algorithms in Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM16AF
INF-33306Linked Data6.00RO2AM16MO
MOB-30306Control of Cellular Processes and Cell Differentiation6.00RO3M11AF
ABG-30306Genomics6.00RO3M12AF, 5AF
MIB-30806Applied Molecular Microbiology6.00RO3M12MO
BPE-34306Metabolic Engineering of Industrial Microorganisms6.00RO3M14WD
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO3M15WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00RO4M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO4M1/22AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO4M1/22WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO4M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ABG-80436MSc Thesis Animal Breeding and Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-80436MSc Thesis Biochemistry36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-80336MSc Thesis Bioinformatics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-80436MSc Thesis Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-80436MSc Thesis Microbiology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-80436MSc Thesis Molecular Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-80436MSc Thesis Phytopathology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-80336MSc Thesis Systems and Synthetic Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ABG-70424MSc Internship Animal Breeding and Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-70424MSc Internship Biochemistry24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-70324MSc Internship Bioinformatics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-70424MSc Internship Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-70424MSc Internship Molecular Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-70424MSc Internship Phytopathology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-70324MSc Internship Systems and Synthetic Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
VIR-70424MSc Internship Virology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF
SSB-30806Modelling Biological Systems II6.00RO3M1/25AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1BM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 6WD
ENR-22806Principles of Climate Change Economics and Policy6.00RO1M11AF
SOC-23306Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science6.00RO1M11AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO2CM12WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO2AM15AF+6WD
CSA-70424MSc Internship Crop and Weed Ecology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
HWM-70424MSc Internship Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-70824MSc Internship Meteorology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-32806Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication6.00RO1M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81330MSc Thesis Strategic Communication30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-30806Political Ecologies of Natural Resource Distribution6.00RO2M15AF
SDC-80430MSc Thesis Sociology of Development and Change30.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-37806Researching Socio-Technical Practices, Innovation and Responsible Futures6.00RO3M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM12WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO1CM15AF+6WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1AM1/21WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO1CM1/22WD
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO1DM1/26WD
ELS-32806Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development6.00RO1DM26WD
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO2M11AF, 4WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO3M11MO, 2MO
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00RO4M11AF
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO4M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO4M12AF, 5MO
LAW-22306Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy6.00RO4M13WD
SOC-33806Environmental Analytical Techniques6.00RO4M13WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO4M13WD, 4WD
CPT-22306Communicating for Sustainability and Responsible Innovation6.00RO5AM12AF
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00RO5AM14WD
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-80824MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81324MSc Thesis Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70424MSc Internship Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-80424MSc Thesis Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO5M1/26WD
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO6M12AF, 6WD
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO6AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO6AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO7AM12MO
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO7BM14WD
AEW-30806Chemical Stress Ecology and Ecotoxicology6.00RO7BM15AF
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO7BM16WD
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO7M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80436MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO8AM12MO
SOC-34806Applications in Soil and Water Chemistry6.00RO8M14WD
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO8BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO8BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO8M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-81336MSc Thesis Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO9M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO9AM12MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO9BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO9BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO9M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-81836MSc Thesis Soil Biology36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO10M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO10AM12MO
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00RO10M13WD
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO10M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-81336MSc Thesis Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO11AM12MO
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO11AM13WD
TOX-30806Environmental Toxicology6.00RO11M15MO
TOX-31306Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals6.00RO11M16WD
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO11M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80436MSc Thesis Toxicology36.00RO11M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO12AM12AF
WSG-35306Modelling Future Water Stress6.00RO12M12MO
ENP-37306Water Governance: Concepts and Practices6.00RO12BM13WD
WSG-34806Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management6.00RO12AM14WD
SDC-35306Natural Hazards and Disasters6.00RO12BM15MO
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO12M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-80436MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change36.00RO12M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-34306Environmental Policy: Analysis and Evaluation6.00RO13AM12MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO13BM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO13BM14MO
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO13BM14WD
ENP-33306Environment and Development6.00RO13BM15MO
ENP-39306Advanced International Environmental Politics6.00RO13BM16WD
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO13M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO13M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO14AM12MO, 5AF
ENR-31306Economics and Management of Natural Resources6.00RO14BM14WD
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO14BM14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO14BM15AF
AEP-32306Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation6.00RO14BM16WD
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO14M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO14M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-24804Fundamentals of Environmental Technology4.00RO15AM12MO
PCC-21802Introductory Thermodynamics A2.00RO15AM12MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO15BM14WD
ETE-30806Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment and Reuse6.00RO15BM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO15BM15MO
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO15M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO15M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-31306Trends in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00RO0M11AF
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00RO0M12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00RO0M12MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60400Modular Skills Training6.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1CM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
FEM-70424MSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-70424MSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-70424MSc Internship Resource Ecology24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO1M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
FQD-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00RO2M12AF
FQD-31806Product Properties and Consumer Wishes6.00RO2M12AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FCH-70424MSc Internship Food Chemistry24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FHM-70424MSc Internship Food Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPE-70324MSc Internship Food Process Engineering24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPH-70424MSc Internship Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO0M12AF, 5AF
GRS-20306Remote Sensing6.00RO0M12MO, 5MO
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO1M14WD
GRS-32306Advanced Earth Observation6.00RO1M15AF
GRS-30306Spatial Modelling and Statistics6.00RO1M15MO
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO2M11AF, 2MO
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO2M12MO
GRS-33806Geo Scripting6.00RO2M13WD
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2M15MO
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO3M11AF, 4WD
PPS-30306Quantitative Analysis of Land Use Systems (QUALUS)6.00RO3M13WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00RO3M15AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO0M11MO
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M16WD
AEP-70424MSc Internship Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEP-70824MSc Internship Regional Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
DEC-70424MSc Internship Development Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
PAP-70324MSc Internship Public Administration and Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RHI-70424MSc Internship Rural and Environmental History24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70824MSc Internship Disaster Studies24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO4M1/22WD
SDC-34806Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction6.00RO5M1/21AF
SDC-33806Policy, Projects and Programs for Development6.00RO5M1/22MO
SDC-31306Property Rights, Natural Resources and Conflict6.00RO5M1/25MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M12MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 5AF, 6AF
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M16WD
SGL-11806Fundamentals of Landscape6.00RO0M14WD
GEO-37306Global Landscapes and Place-Making6.00RO1M12AF
LAR-36806Climate-responsive Planning and Design6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-36306Foodscapes, Urban Lifestyles and Transition6.00RO1M12AF
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-60309Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning9.00RO2M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YML-30803Frontiers in Molecular Life Sciences3.00RO0M11MO
PCC-33309From Molecule to Designer Materials9.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
MOB-31812Toolbox Molecular Biology12.00RO2M1/22WD, 6WD
PCC-31303Research Methods Soft Matter3.00RO2M1/23AF
ORC-31303Advanced Research Methods in Organic Chemistry3.00RO2M1/23MO
MIB-30303Research Methods Microbiology3.00RO2M1/23MO, 4AF
BIC-30803Advanced Methods in Biochemical Research3.00RO2M1/24AF
BIP-32803Biophysical Imaging3.00RO2M1/24MO
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO2M1/25WD
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO3M1/24AF
BPE-21801International Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3M1/25WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO1AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1AM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11MO
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO2AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO2AM16AF
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CBI-70424MSc Internship Cell Biology and Immunology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HAP-70424MSc Internship Human and Animal Physiology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-71024MSc Internship Nutrition and Pharmacology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-72424MSc Internship Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-74824MSc Internship Nutrition and Disease24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-75324MSc Internship Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FSE-21806Introduction to Organic Production Systems6.00RO0M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 5MO, 6MO
FSE-21306Organic Agriculture and Society6.00RO0M11MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00RO0M11MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO0M13WD, 4WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1CM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO1CM11MO, 1AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CSA-33303Masterclass Organic Agriculture3.00RO2M11WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
RSO-34806Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems6.00RO2M12AF
SBL-33306Integrated Natural Resource Management in Organic Agriculture6.00RO2M12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0BM11AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00RO0BM11AF, 5MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0AM11WD
GEN-20806Plant Biotechnology6.00RO0BM12MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00RO1M12MO
LAW-32306Intellectual Property Rights6.00RO1M13WD
NEM-32806Dilemmas in Food Safety and Security6.00RO1M14WD
MST-23406New Venture Creation: from Idea to Business Plan6.00RO1M15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2BM22WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO1M11MO, 2MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO2AM16WD
LUP-23806Planning for Urban Quality of Life6.00RO3BM12AF
ENP-36806Governance for Sustainable Cities6.00RO3AM13WD
ETE-33806Planning and Design of Urban Space6.00RO3BM15AF
ETE-32806Managing Urban Environmental Infrastructure6.00RO3CM15MO
ETE-25306Basic Technologies for Urban Environmental Management6.00RO4AM12MO
ETE-34306Energy, Water and Nutrient Cycles in the Built Environment6.00RO4M13WD
ETE-34806Resource Quality in the Circular Economy6.00RO4AM14WD
ETE-70824MSc Internship Urban Systems Engineering24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-81836MSc Thesis Urban Systems Engineering36.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO5AM11MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO5AM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO5AM14MO
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO5AM15AF
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO6AM12MO
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO6M14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO6M15AF
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO7M12AF
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO7AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO7AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00RO8M11MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO8M12AF
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO8M14WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO9M11MO
MST-33806Circular Entrepreneurship: Co-creating the circular economy6.00RO9M12AF
MST-32306Strategic Change Management and Innovation6.00RO9M15AF
MST-70424MSc Internship Management Studies24.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MST-80436MSc Thesis Management Studies36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00RO10M11MO
LUP-32806Planning Perspectives of the 21st Century6.00RO10M14WD
LUP-70424MSc Internship Land Use Planning24.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
LUP-80436MSc Thesis Land Use Planning36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
XWT-23805Transport Phenomena in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-24305Physical Chemistry in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-21805Water Microbiology5.00RO1M12WD

Common part

Common Part

RO0: Students who completed the Micromaster Biobased Sciences from Wageningen University prior to enrollment in the master but after completing their bachelor can choose RO-0. For students choosing specialization B this RO-0 replaces 6 credits of RO-1 and of RO-2.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students should have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all courses of the B1 and FTE-26306 Data analysis biosystems engineering and FTE-25806 Research methods biosystems engineering.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser
RO-3: Choose 0 or 1 course from this cluster when you are interested in field robot design.

Common Part

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2:Choose 36 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a BSc Internship Biology or your own coherent set of optional courses. Students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI-70324) as part of their optional courses. Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: Students with VWO Mathematics B choose RO1, with VWO Mathematics A choose RO2
RO-3: Choose 1 course in consultation with your study adviser
RO-4: Choose 0-2 courses in consultation with your study adviser. PEN-30306 is only allowed with permission from the study adviser
RO-5: Choose 30 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a 12 or 18 credits BSc Internship or your own coherent set of optional courses. If students choose the internship this is part of their optional courses (30 credits)

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Students with VWO Math A choose RO1A; students with VWO Math B choose RO1B
RO-2: Choose at least 6 credits
RO-3: Choose at least 3 credits

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: choose RO1 or RO2 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
Choose 18 credits from RO3 or RO4

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.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1 and including the preparatory courses of the chosen chair group; see also the course guide.
Choose 12 credits of natural science or life science courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser
RO-1: Choose 1 course
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser and depending on your BSc thesis:
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the economic chairgroups (AEP, DEC, ECH or ENR) choose 2 courses from RO2A
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the governance chairgroups (ENP or PAP) choose 1 course from RO2A and 1 course from RO2B

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.

Common Part

Choose periods 1,2,3 or periods 4,5,6 for the internship-thesis combination, depending on your free choice or choice for specific minors. Before starting with the BSc-internship and BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and WRM-21312 and YRM-21306.

Common Part

Common Part

RO-1: Students with VWO mathematics A choose Mathematics 1; students with VWO mathematics B choose Statistics 1.
RO-2: Choose 1 course.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
RO-2: Choose 0 - 3 course.

Common Part

Choose 1 cluster from RO1-7:
Choose RO1 if you want to proceed in BAT
Choose RO2 if you want to proceed in BBI
Choose RO3 if you want to proceed in BBT
Choose RO4 if you want to proceed in BDW
Choose RO5 if you want to proceed in BLT
Choose RO6 if you want to proceed in BML
Choose RO7 if you want to proceed in BPW

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis part 2 students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and the thesis introductory B2 course of the chair group supervising the BSc thesis (see course guide for details).
RO1: depending on prior education students choose:
- Students with VWO Math A choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1
- Students with VWO Math B choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
- Students with VWO Math D choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity

Common Part

RO-1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 if you did VWO Mathematics A, choose MAT-15303 if you did VWO Mathematics B
MAT-20306: If you choose major A you should do this course in B2, period 5; if you choose major B you should do this course in B3.
Determine individual planning for B3 (courses, BSc Thesis Plant Sciences and free choice) in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the 1st year (B1).
RO-1: Choose 0 - 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-1 - RO-6: Choose 1 RO-cluster
- within RO-1 choose 2 courses from RO-1A
- within RO-2 choose 2 courses from RO-2A
- within RO-3 choose 2 courses from RO-3A
- within RO-6 choose 1 course from RO-6A
RO-7: Choose 1 course. The internship in RO-7 may be replaced by a 2nd thesis if the programme director or study adviser supports the replacement.
RO-7A: This internship can only be chosen if the MSc track entrepreneurship is completed. If this course is chosen and completed and the MSc track entrepreneurship is not completed, this internship becomes invalid as fulfilment for RO-7.
RO-8: Choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, depending on prior training or relevant working experience. If YMC-61303 is chosen, the choice for YMC-60300 will be limited and one disciplinary course has to be chosen in addition.

Common Part

Internship replacement:
- approval of the study advisor is required to replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
- students who choose the Research Variant must replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser 12 credits as Academic Master Cluster.
Note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: The Laboratory Animal Science course (RO-2) should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: Choose 1 internship (or second thesis) in consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: If you did not follow an advanced statistics course in your previous education, this course is compulsory, but discuss this with your study adviser
RO-1: These are optional courses, not specificaly related to any of the specializations
RO-2: Choose in consultation with your study adviser either (1) YMC-60809 + YMC-60300 or (2) YMC-61303 + YMC-60300 + an additional optional course or (3) YAS-60312. Please note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser in dependence of pre-education; students with limited life science background have to choose BIC-20306 or GEN-21306; students without programming skills have to choose INF22306; students who did not follow SSB20306 in their pre-education have to include SSB-20306.
RO-1: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-2: Choose at least 12 credits of either RO2A or RO2B. If you choose RO2B include at least 6 credits from BIF30806 or BIF31306
RO-3: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-4: Choose 12 credits; if YMC-60300 is chosen,please, note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overvieuw on possible MOS courses please see under YMC60300 in the study handbook; if YEI-60312 is choosen, please, notice that you have to complete a thesis before start of YEI-60312.
RO-5: Choose 1 thesis.
RO-6: Choose 1 internship or an additional thesis of at least 24 credits at one to the chairs offering an internship as RO6.

Common Part

RO-1: In consultation and agreement with your study advisor choose for RO1A or RO-1B
- If you want to keep all options open after your MSc Biology, you should choose RO-1A .
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- Students who want to become a PhD-student may choose RO1B.
RO-2: EZO-32303 should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: this is an optional course, not specifically related to any of the specializations.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. When choosing RO-1, select in addition either RO-1A or RO-1B.
RO-1A: Note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of MOS courses, please check the study handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-1B: Note that this course is taught in the late afternoon of period 6.
RO-2: Note that your MSc thesis has to be completed before starting the Research Master Cluster.
Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1: Depending on your preparatory education, choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. At the study adviser's discretion, the selected course may be exchanged for an advanced course of similar orientation.
RO-2: Choose A, B or C in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-3: Select 1 internship in consultation with your study adviser. You may exchange the internship for a second thesis if you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities (including a summer school and a series of seminars), and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy linked to the major Environmental Policy (Specialization Climate, Society and Economics).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-3: Choose 1 RO-cluster. Before starting the thesis students should have completed the compulsory subjects.
- If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 thesis from RO-1A.
RO-4: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by an internship or a minor thesis with one of the (other) social science chair groups or with any other chair group in case of an internship or minor thesis with an interdisciplinary character (beta-gamma integration).

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Students with (supervised) work experience on an academic level can exchange the internship for a second thesis in consultation with your study adviser.
Career preparation: students can choose one of the following tracks in consultation with your study adviser.
- General track: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809 Academic Consultancy Training (RO-1A).
- Research track: choose YEI-60312 Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing (RO-1B).
- Climate change track: choose WSG-60812 (RO-1C).
- Entrepreneurship track: The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track: For Dutch students with a BBW degree and a completed minor education, who choose specialization A or B, it is possible to obtain your ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Physics. Consult your study adviser for detailed information.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose either RO-1A, RO-1B, RO-1C or RO-1D in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-2: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-3: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-4: Choose 1 or more supporting courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-5: For a minor in Environmental Education or Environmental Communication and Innovation, choose RO-5, 1 additional course from RO-5A if your study adviser deems it necessary, and 1 thesis or internship from RO-5B as substitute for the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15 for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.
RO-6 - RO15: Choose 1 cluster.
RO-6: Choose 1 course from RO-6A.
RO-7: Choose 2 courses from RO-7B; choose RO-7A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-8: Choose 1 course from RO-8B; choose RO8A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-9: Choose 1 course from RO-9B; choose RO-9A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-10: Choose RO-10A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-11: Choose 1 course from RO-11A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-12: Choose 1 course from RO-12A and 1 course from RO-12B.
RO-13: Choose 6 credits from RO-13B; choose RO-13A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-14: Choose 1 course from RO-14B; choose RO-14A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-15: Choose 2 courses from RO-15B; choose RO-15A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy attached to the Environmental Policy cluster (RO13).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0 - 5 courses in consultation with your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser, RO-1A, RO-1B or RO-1C.
- RO-1A: Consultancy orientation: YMC-60809 and YMC-60300. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1B: students with relevant working experience: YMC-60400 is also an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 6 credits modular skills (MOS) courses including ECS-65500 Argumentation Skills or ECS-66600 Academic Argumentation Skills in Writing and Debate
- RO-1C: Research orientation: YEI-60312.
RO-2: Choose 1 internship or choose a second thesis. Replacement of internship by a second thesis is subject to approval by the study adviser.

Common Part

Students will only be admitted to the thesis or internship upon completion of the courses in the Common Part and at least one course from the specialisation.
The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: choose this course after consultation with your study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose 1 course after consultation with your study advisor; students with a background in food science or technology choose FQD-31806, students without a background in food science choose FQD-22306.

Common Part

The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: Choose these courses after consultation with your study advisor

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 internship after consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0-2 courses, if these competences are not present according to the study adviser
RO-1: Choose 2 courses
RO-2: Choose 1 course
RO-3: Choose preferentially at least 1 course in the field of the Wageningen UR domain: natural resources and living environment; society and well-being; food, feed and biobased production

Common Part

RO0: Choose 0 - 3 courses from RO0 depending on prior training and in consultation and agreement with the study adviser
RO1: Choose one course
RO2: Dependent on your interest, choose 1 course
RO3: Choose 1 course
RO4: Choose 1 course
RO5: Choose 1 thesis
RO6: Choose in consultation and agreement with the study adviser one internship from RO6; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a second thesis

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select 1-2 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 1 - 3 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-1: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a minor thesis with a social science chair group.
RO-2 - RO-4: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.
RO5: Choose 0 - 3 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Note 1: You can apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements and complete extracurricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars. Ask your study adviser for information. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose (YMC-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312 or ESA-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study.
Handbook.
Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose (LUP-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study Handbook. Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part


Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Period schedule MMD year 1:
Period 1 (15 ECTS): 3 September – 9 November 2018
Period 2 (9 ECTS): 12 November – 21 December 2018
Period 3 (6 ECTS): 7 January - 1 February 2019
Period 4 - electives (18 ECTS): 11 February – 10 May 2019
Period 5 (12 ECTS): 13 May – 5 July 2019

Period schedule MMD year 2:
Thesis and living lab (54 ECTS): 3 September 2018 – 7 June 2019
Professional profile (6 ECTS): 10 June – 5 July 2019

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with the study adviser.
If RO-1 is selected:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses from the second category (except for Professional Ethics and Introduction Philosophy of Science. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- the Academic Consultancy Training (ACT) and the MOS-courses may be replaced by an entrepreneurial variant.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS). Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose after consulting your study advisor 0 or 12 credits to start this MSc programme.
RO1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B
Career preparation:
- General track (RO-1A): YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809.
- Research track (RO-1B): choose YEI-60312.
- Entrepreneurship track. The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track. - Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘tweedegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry or Physics can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the education module, see https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Chair-groups/Social-Sciences/Education-and-Competence-Studies-Group/Education-for-students/Teacher-training/Minor-Education.htm
- Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry, and who already completed the Minor Education minor can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the second half of the ‘lerarenopleiding scheikunde’ at Radboud University Nijmegen.
RO-2: Choose at least 1 course.
RO-3: Optionally, choose from this cluster.

Common Part

This common part is not applicable for specialisation E.
Choose 1 cluster from RO-1 - RO-3; take into account:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1: If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-1A.
- RO-2: If RO-2 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-2A. NOTE: RO-2 can only be selected by those students that meet the professional competencies from YMC-60809 based on prior education and/or professional career, to be decided by the MNH-programme-team.
- RO-3: YEI-60312 has specific prerequisites.
RO-4: In consultation with the study adviser, students either choose an internship or a second thesis of at least 24 credits from the chairgroups HNE, HAP, TOX, CPT or CBI.
In general students with a professional Bachelor degree should opt for a second thesis. Students with an academic Bachelor degree should opt for an internship.
The FQD internship is linked to specialisation D only.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A, RO-1B, or RO-1C + an additional optional course:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
- RO-1C is meant for students with verifiable prior experience in project work and reflective learning.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

Common Part

RO-0:Choose courses from RO-0:
- RO-0A: Choose this course after consultation with your study adviser.
- RO-0B: Choose a maximum of two courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. It is not allowed to include both Gene Technology (MOB-20306) and Plant Biotechnology (GEN-20806) into your MPB-programme. 
RO-1: Choose one course.
RO-2: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-2A or RO-2B:
- RO-2A focuses on consultancy and business. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-2B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.

Common Part

Choose RO-1 if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Choose either RO-2A or RO-2B in consultation with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
Choose 2 courses from RO-3A, RO-3B, and RO-3C.
Select 1 cluster from RO-4 - RO-10:
- If RO4 is selected, choose RO-3C and 1 course from RO-4A in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
- If RO-5 is selected, choose 12 credits from RO-5A.
- If RO-6 is selected, choose RO-6A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
- If RO-7 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-7A.
- If RO-10 is selected, choose both courses labelled RO-3B.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. You may apply for the AMS label issued by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. This label is awarded if you complete specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements with regard to your major thesis.
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply for specialisation F - Online Master Plant Breeding.
RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.
RO-1 Choose 1-3 courses in consultation with your study advisor.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
FEM-10803Introduction to Forest and Nature Conservation3.00CSB11AF
FPH-10306Food Technology I6.00CSB11AF
HNE-11804Introduction to the field of Nutrition and Health4.00CSB11AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-11805Introduction to Management and Consumer Studies5.00CSB11AF
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
RHI-10806Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective6.00CSB11AF
YAS-10306Introduction Animal Sciences6.00CSB11AF
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11AF
YNH-10302Basic Skills for BVG-students2.00CSB11AF
YSS-12301Skills for BBC-students1.00CSB11AF
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
ENP-11303Sustainable Solutions to Environmental Problems3.00CSB11MO
FTE-12303Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 13.00CSB11MO
HSO-10806Introduction to Health and Society6.00CSB11MO
HWM-10803Introduction Soil, Water, Atmosphere3.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB11MO
NEM-10306Introduction Plant Sciences6.00CSB11MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB11MO
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
LAR-13809Integrated Studio 19.00CSB11WD
WRM-12309Orientation on International Land and Water Management9.00CSB11WD
GEO-11806Tourism: Principles & Practice6.00CSB11WD+2WD
GEO-12306Society, History & Globalisation6.00CSB11WD+2WD
MAT-15806Research Methods 16.00CSB11WD+2WD+3WD
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
FNP-11806Forest, Nature, Society6.00CSB12AF
FTE-12803Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 23.00CSB12AF
GEO-10306Human Geography6.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB12AF
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB12AF
AEP-10303Introduction Economics3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10303Physics MLS3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CPT-15303Science, Technology and Society3.00CSB12MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB12MO
HNE-10806Nutrition and Health: Macronutrients, Energy and Health6.00CSB12MO
LUP-12803Integrated Studio 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB12MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB12MO
PCC-13803General Chemistry 2 MLS3.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-13805Sociology of Health5.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
AEP-10806Economics & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
ESA-11306Environment & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13AF
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
HAP-10306Principles of Human Physiology6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RSO-12306Biosystems Engineering and Society6.00CSB13WD
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
ENP-11806Sociology & Tourism6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
SGL-12306Tourism Geographies6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
XTO-14806Statistics & Mathematics6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB14MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14MO
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB14WD
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB14WD
FCH-11306Nutritional Aspects of Foods6.00CSB14WD
FNP-24806People and Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB14WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
LAW-12306Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains6.00CSB14WD
LUP-13306Theory and Methodology of Planning and Design6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
BEC-10306Introduction to Business Economics6.00CSB15AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
CSA-10806Introduction Quantitative Agroecology6.00CSB15AF
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
HWM-21806Hydraulics and Hydrometry6.00CSB15AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
PAP-10306Public Administration and Policy Making6.00CSB15AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB15AF
SGL-22803Soils and Landscapes of the Netherlands3.00CSB15AF
YAS-11803Animal Science in Society3.00CSB15AF
BPE-12806Bioprocess Engineering Basics BT6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB15MO
ENP-10806Environmental Policy Instruments6.00CSB15MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB15MO
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15MO
FEM-10306Ecology of Forests6.00CSB15MO
FQD-10306Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality6.00CSB15MO
FTE-14303Engineering problem solving3.00CSB15MO
HNE-28305Metabolic Aspects of Nutrition5.00CSB15MO
HSO-10306Global Health6.00CSB15MO
MAQ-10306Introduction Atmosphere6.00CSB15MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15MO
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00CSB15MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB15MO
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
SGL-23312Landscape Geography12.00CSB15WD
YHP-11303Orientation Course BSc Honours Programme3.00CSB15WD
MCB-12306Consumer Behaviour & Marketing Management6.00CSB15WD+6WD
XTO-14306National Field Project6.00CSB15WD+6WD
CPT-13806Ethics, Health and Society6.00CSB16AF
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB16AF
FPH-10803Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists3.00CSB16AF
FTE-14806CAD and Mechanics6.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MIB-11306Microbiology and Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health6.00CSB16AF
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB16AF
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB16MO
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BPE-10305Process Engineering Basics5.00CSB16MO
BPE-11303Biotechnology 13.00CSB16MO
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
DEC-22306Macroeconomics & Policy6.00CSB16MO
FCH-12306Food Technology for Nutritionists6.00CSB16MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
RSO-12806Eating, Customs and Health6.00CSB16MO
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
BIC-10807Molecular Life Sciences7.00CSB16WD
BIP-11805Introduction Quantum Mechanics5.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CSA-10306Cropping Systems and Knowledge of Crops6.00CSB16WD
ESA-10309Environmental Sciences and Society9.00CSB16WD
FPE-10808Food Production Chains8.00CSB16WD
FTE-15301Orientation on the Biosystems Engineering Profession1.00CSB16WD
GRS-10806Geo-information Science for Planning and Design6.00CSB16WD
LAR-12803Studio Design Basics3.00CSB16WD
LUP-11803Studio Planning Basics3.00CSB16WD
NEM-10806Orientation Plant Sciences6.00CSB16WD
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB16WD
PEN-10806Forest and Nature Conservation I: Introductory Field Course6.00CSB16WD
SGL-10309Integration Course Soil, Water, Atmosphere9.00CSB16WD
SLM-10806Design in Land and Water Management 16.00CSB16WD
YAS-11306Internship6.00CSB16WD
ABG-20306Animal Breeding and Genetics6.00CSB21AF
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
ETE-10806Introduction Environmental Technology6.00CSB21AF
FHM-20306Food Microbiology6.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HPP-22803Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology3.00CSB21AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00CSB21AF
LAR-24306Landscape Engineering6.00CSB21AF
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00CSB21AF
MIB-20306Microbial Physiology6.00CSB21AF
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB21AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB21AF
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
SLM-10306Land Degradation and Remediation6.00CSB21AF
BIP-24806Atomic and Molecular Structure6.00CSB21MO
BPE-20806Separation Process Design6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB21MO
FPE-20806Mathematical Concepts for Food Technology6.00CSB21MO
FTE-24806Engineering Design6.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-21303Integrated Human Physiology3.00CSB21MO
MAQ-11306Air Quality6.00CSB21MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00CSB21MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00CSB21MO
PBR-22303Plant Breeding3.00CSB21MO
PHP-21303Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology3.00CSB21MO
SLM-20806Water Quantity and Quality6.00CSB21MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00CSB21MO
WRM-10306Irrigation and Water Management6.00CSB21MO
YHP-11802Kick-off BSc Honours Programme@Texel2.00CSB21WD
MST-26306Organisational Behaviour & Business Management6.00CSB21WD+2WD
PAP-22306Policy, Governance & Law6.00CSB21WD+2WD
MAT-25806Research Methods 26.00CSB21WD+2WD+3WD
ADP-20306Immunology and Thermoregulation6.00CSB22AF
BPE-22306Basic Cell Factory Design6.00CSB22AF
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
ESA-20506Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis6.00CSB22AF
FPE-21306Food Production and Preservation6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
MAQ-23306System Earth: Scale Dependence, Feedbacks and Global Change6.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB22AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB22AF
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00CSB22AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB22AF
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00CSB22MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
ENP-23806Sustainability Transitions: Concepts, Issues and Indicators6.00CSB22MO
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB22MO
HSO-20306Environmental Assets for Health6.00CSB22MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB22MO
MAT-24306Advanced Statistics for Nutritionists6.00CSB22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
QVE-20306Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics6.00CSB22MO
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
SLM-20306Land and Water Engineering6.00CSB22MO
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00CSB22MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00CSB22MO
CPT-25806Tourism Development & Planning6.00CSB22WD+3WD
GEO-23806Philosophy of Science & Ethics in Tourism6.00CSB22WD+3WD
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB23AF
EZO-20306Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
CPT-24803Communication and Technology3.00CSB23MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
AEP-22306Landscape Economics and Politics6.00CSB23WD
ANU-20306Principles of Animal Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB23WD
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
FPH-20306Food Physics6.00CSB23WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB23WD
HNE-23306Pharmacology and Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
HSO-20806Health Psychology6.00CSB23WD
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00CSB23WD
PAP-30806Governance and Policy Change6.00CSB23WD
CPT-26306Cross-Cultural Studies6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
ESA-23806Tourism Systems Analysis6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GEO-24306Tourism Destination Management6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
XTO-24312International Field Practicum12.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB24AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB24MO
APS-20806Systems Approach in Animal Sciences6.00CSB24WD
BCT-21306Control Engineering6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
FNP-21306Management of Forest and Nature Organisations6.00CSB24WD
FQD-21306Food Packaging and Design6.00CSB24WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB24WD
HNE-29303Measuring Dietary Intake3.00CSB24WD
INF-22803Intro to Data Structures and Algorithms for Health3.00CSB24WD
MST-25306Management and Innovation in the Health Sector6.00CSB24WD
PBR-21306Biosystematics, Evolution and Agrobiodiversity6.00CSB24WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB24WD
BCT-22803Physical Transport Phenomena3.00CSB25AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB25AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
BIP-24306Spectroscopy and Imaging6.00CSB25AF
BPE-21306Bioreactor Design6.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Biology and philosophy; exploring open questions3.00CSB25AF
ENR-22306Public Sector Economics6.00CSB25AF
FHM-22806Food Hazards6.00CSB25AF
FNP-23303Value Chains for Sustainable Landscapes: Theories, Tools and Practices3.00CSB25AF
FTE-25303Building Physics and Climate Engineering3.00CSB25AF
HNE-25806Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health I6.00CSB25AF
MAQ-22806Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil Interactions6.00CSB25AF
PEN-21803Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Theory3.00CSB25AF
SCH-23306Health Issues in Daily Life; a Bèta-Gamma Approach6.00CSB25AF
SDC-22806Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World6.00CSB25AF
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
CPT-32306Behavioural Interventions for Health6.00CSB25MO
ENP-24803Social-Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues3.00CSB25MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
FHM-31806Biotechnology 26.00CSB25MO
FPE-20306Food Engineering6.00CSB25MO
FTE-26306Data Analysis Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB25MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00CSB25MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00CSB25MO
VIR-20803Human infectious diseases3.00CSB25MO
ETE-25812Environmental Project Studies12.00CSB25MO+6WD
WRM-21312Design in Land and Water Management 212.00CSB25MO+6WD
AEP-31806Economic Analysis of Coordination6.00CSB26AF
ENT-20806Integrated Pest Management6.00CSB26AF
FQD-23306Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach6.00CSB26AF
FTE-25806Research Methods Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB26AF
GEN-21803Principles of Human Genetics3.00CSB26AF
HNE-29803Basic Sensory Science3.00CSB26AF
UEC-11806Economics of Health and Care6.00CSB26AF
FTE-27306Sensor Technology6.00CSB26MO
HNE-26306Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health II6.00CSB26MO
INF-20806Applied Information Technology6.00CSB26MO
NEM-20306Research Methodology in Plant Sciences6.00CSB26MO
YRM-21806Data Analysis for Health and Society6.00CSB26MO
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB26WD
BNT-20806Bio-Inorganic Chemistry6.00CSB26WD
ESA-22303International Study Visits Environmental Sciences3.00CSB26WD
FCH-22308Food Properties and Function8.00CSB26WD
FEM-20909Forest and Nature Conservation II - Management Planning and Tools9.00CSB26WD
FQD-20804Quality Systems Operations4.00CSB26WD
HWM-23306Field Practical Hydrology, Water Quality and Meteorology6.00CSB26WD
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
PEN-22303Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Field Excursions3.00CSB26WD
REG-21306Introduction in Animal Ecology6.00CSB26WD
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD
SGL-22306Geology, Soils and Landscapes of the Rhine-Meuse Delta6.00CSB26WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB26WD
YHP-23810BSc Honours Broadening10.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31312BSc Honours Deepening12.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31803BSc Honours Personal Development3.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB2/31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
YNH-20301BSc Assessment for BVG students1.00CSB2/32WD
YBT-80324BSc Thesis Biotechnology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-70318BSc Internship International Land and Water Management18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80324BSc Thesis Biosystems Engineering24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80812BSc Thesis International Land and Water Management12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-80824BSc Thesis Food Science and Technology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-20802Skills portfolio for BVG2.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-80312BSc Thesis Nutrition and Health12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YPS-82318BSc Thesis Plant Sciences18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-30306Strategic Planning in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB31AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
AEP-21306Econometrics6.00CSB31MO
FQD-24306Case Studies Product Quality6.00CSB31MO, 4WD
YAS-21303Personal Development and Academic Skills3.00CSB31MO, 5MO
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-20801International Study Visits for Animal Sciences1.00CSB31WD, 5WD
YAS-80312BSc Thesis Animal Sciences12.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
YML-80321BSc Thesis Molecular Life Sciences21.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
FNP-32806Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment6.00CSB32AF
YML-20303Philosophy of Science and Ethics in Molecular Life Sciences3.00CSB32AF, 5AF
PEN-80812BSc Thesis Forest and Nature Conservation12.00CSB32MO+3WD, 5AF+6WD
YSS-81312BSc Thesis Economics and Governance12.00CSB32WD+3WD
SGL-80812BSc Thesis Soil, Water, Atmosphere12.00CSB32WD+3WD, 5WD+6WD
ENP-38803Sustainable Technology Development: Analysis Assignment3.00CSB34AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00CSB34MO
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
HSO-30306Health Policy and Action6.00CSB34WD
LAR-29306History of Ideas in Landscape Architecture and Planning6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
HSO-31306Systematic Reviews in Health and Society6.00CSB35AF
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
SCH-21306Demography and Global Population Issues6.00CSB35MO
GEO-80818BSc Thesis Tourism18.00CSB35MO+6WD
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD
YSS-84312BSc Thesis Health and Society12.00CSB36WD
AEW-22806Marine Systems6.00CSM11AF
ETE-22806Principles of Urban Environmental Management6.00CSM11AF
FTE-34806Modelling of Biobased Production Systems6.00CSM11AF
GEO-31806Tourism & Sustainable Development6.00CSM11AF
MST-26806Circular Economy6.00CSM11AF
SDC-21804Introduction to the Sociology of Development, Knowledge and Change M4.00CSM11AF
SLM-30306Issues and Concepts in International Land and Water Management6.00CSM11AF
YEI-30806Environmental Data Collection and Analysis6.00CSM11AF
AFI-31306Life History of Aquatic Organisms6.00CSM11MO
BCT-23806Principles of Biobased Economy6.00CSM11MO
CPT-21304Introduction to Technology, Agro-ecology and Development M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-23804Introduction to Communication and Innovation Studies M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-31006Integral Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences6.00CSM11MO
ESA-23306Introduction to Global Change6.00CSM11MO
FQD-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
GEO-30306Concepts & Approaches to Tourism Society and Environment6.00CSM11MO
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00CSM11MO
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00CSM11MO
SDC-36306Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies6.00CSM11MO
YEI-30306Interdisciplinary Topics in Earth and Environment6.00CSM11MO
XWT-20805Water Technologies in Global Context5.00CSM11WD
YMS-30812Metropolitan Challenges12.00CSM11WD
FTE-34306Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems6.00CSM12AF
YEI-31306Trends in Aquaculture6.00CSM12AF
ENP-35806Environmental Quality and Governance6.00CSM12AF, 5AF
FTE-33806Biosystems Design6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LUP-36806Landscape Theory and Analysis6.00CSM12MO
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM12MO
YRM-30806Research Methods and Data Analysis in Communication and Health6.00CSM12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSM12MO, 5MO, 6MO
XWT-32305Colloid Chemistry5.00CSM12WD
XWT-33305Chemical Reactor Design5.00CSM12WD
YMS-30306Metropolitan Innovators6.00CSM12WD
YMS-31303Metropolitan Data 13.00CSM12WD
YMS-31803Entrepreneurial Skills 13.00CSM12WD
CPT-60306Facilitating Interactive Processes6.00CSM13WD
GEO-37806Research Methodology for Planning and Design6.00CSM13WD
SSB-30306Molecular Systems Biology6.00CSM13WD
XWT-30305Biological Water Treatment and Recovery Technology5.00CSM13WD
XWT-31305Bioreactor Design5.00CSM13WD
XWT-34305Multi-component Mass Transfer in Membrane Processes5.00CSM13WD
YBI-37806Frontiers in Biology6.00CSM13WD
YMS-31403Metropolitan Data 23.00CSM13WD
YMS-31903Entrepreneurial Skills 23.00CSM13WD
CPT-36806Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice6.00CSM14WD
FQD-64306Food Quality Management Research Principles I 6.00CSM14WD
GEO-30806Research Methodologies for Tourism, Society & Environment6.00CSM14WD
XWT-34810Business Case Design Project10.00CSM14WD
XWT-35305Computational Methods in Water Technology5.00CSM14WD
YSS-60806Cutting Edge Issues in Development and Rural Innovation6.00CSM14WD+5WD+6WD
WRM-32306Research Approaches to Land and Water Management6.00CSM15AF
FQD-64806Food Quality Management Research Principles II6.00CSM15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM16AF
FHM-61312Food Safety Management12.00CSM16WD
GRS-60312Remote Sensing and GIS Integration12.00CSM16WD
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00CSM16WD
WRM-60309Sustainable Land and Water Management in Spain9.00CSM16WD
YMS-60312Metropolitan Solutions12.00CSM16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6WD, 6AF
PHP-31803Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 13.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
PHP-31903Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 23.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00CSM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00CSM1/21WD, 6WD
YNH-30302Frontiers in Nutrition Science2.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
YSS-31306Thesis Path MDR6.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-70324Amsterdam Living Laboratory24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-80330Thesis Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering30.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
XWT-70415MSc Internship Water Technology15.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
XWT-80440MSc Thesis Water Technology40.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
YMS-32306Professional Profile6.00CSM26WD
BCT-34324Micromaster Biobased Sciences for Sustainability24.00RO0M11,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
CSA-20306Soil-Plant Relations6.00RO2B2/33WD
PPH-10306Biology of Plants6.00RO2B2/33WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00RO2B2/33WD
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00RO2B32AF, 3AF+4AF
FTE-26812Field Robot Design12.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B12MO
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO3B31MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO3B31MO
ELS-21301Self Assessment for BSc-students1.00RO4B2/35AF
PEN-30306Plant, Vegetation and Systems Ecology6.00RO4B36WD
FEM-70812BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management12.00RO5
FEM-70818BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management18.00RO5
FNP-70812BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy12.00RO5
FNP-70818BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy18.00RO5
PEN-70812BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation12.00RO5
PEN-70818BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation18.00RO5
REG-70812BSc Internship Resource Ecology12.00RO5
REG-70818BSc Internship Resource Ecology18.00RO5
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB12MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2B22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
SSB-20806iBiosystems6.00RO2B22MO
BPE-12301National Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3B31,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO3B31MO, 5MO
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00RO3B32AF
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO3B33WD, 5MO
BCT-23306Biorefinery6.00RO3B34WD
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00RO3B35MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00RO3B35MO
BCT-24306Renewable Resources and the (Bio)Chemical Production of Industrial Chemicals6.00RO3B36AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B11AF
HWM-24306Environmental Hydraulics6.00RO3B31AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO3B31AF, 2MO
HWM-20806Hydrogeology6.00RO3B31MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO3B32AF
HWM-23806Geophysical Fluid Mechanics6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO3B32AF
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-32306Boundary-layer Processes6.00RO3B32MO
SGL-32806Soil and Landscape Variability6.00RO3B33WD
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO4B34WD
MAQ-30306Atmospheric Practical6.00RO4B34WD
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO4B35AF
SLM-21306Subsurface Solute Transport6.00RO4B35MO
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO4B36WD
SGL-33306Geology and Landscapes of the World6.00RO4B36WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO1B24WD
FNP-24306Governance for Forest, Nature and Biodiversity6.00RO1B25MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00RO1B32AF
AEP-21806Agriculture, Food and Policy6.00RO2AB24WD
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO2BB24WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO2AB25MO
ENR-21806Environmental Economics in Practice6.00RO2AB26MO
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00RO2BB26MO
DEC-32306International Trade and Development Policy6.00RO2AB31AF
YSS-21303European Exchange programme Management, Consumer Studies and Economics3.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
GEO-23306Cultural and Historical Geography6.00RO2B25AF
GEO-36306Environmental Psychology6.00RO2B25AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
YFS-70312BSc Internship Food Technology12.00RO2
YFS-10301Excursions and lectures Food Technology1.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-23806Meat Science6.00RO2B31AF
HNE-30506Principles of Sensory Science6.00RO2B31AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00RO2B31AF
FQD-22801Foreign Study Trip Food Technology1.00RO2B31WD
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00RO2B32AF
FPH-21306History of Food Production6.00RO2B32MO
FQD-21806Milk in the Dairy Chain6.00RO2B32MO
ENT-21306Insects as Food and Feed6.00RO2B33WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
HNE-23801Lectures and Excursion1.00RO1B31,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-22402European Excursion2.00RO1B33WD
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO1AM11MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO1AM14WD
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO1AM15MO
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-31306Greenhouse Technology6.00RO2AM13WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35806Precision Farming6.00RO2AM15MO
FTE-32806Automation for Bio-production6.00RO2AM16AF
FTE-80436MSc Thesis Farm Technology36.00RO2M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO3AM11MO, 5MO
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO3AM15AF
INF-31306Information Systems for Managers and Engineers6.00RO3AM16MO
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO3AM22MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO4M14WD
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO4M15MO
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-30306Decision Science 26.00RO5M15MO
ORL-30806Operations Research and Logistics6.00RO5M16MO
ORL-80436MSc Thesis Operations Research and Logistics36.00RO5M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO6AM11MO
ORL-32806Sustainability Analysis6.00RO6AM13WD
BCT-32306Advanced Biorefinery6.00RO6M15AF
MST-34806Biobased and Circular Business6.00RO6AM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO6AM15MO
ORL-32306Biobased Logistics6.00RO6AM16AF
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-70424MSc Internship Farm Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70824MSc Internship Track Entrepreneurship24.00RO7AM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO8M11MO, 2AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO8M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO1M26WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF, 6AF
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80424MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-70424MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-80424MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-70324MSc Internship Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-80324MSc Thesis Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80424MSc Thesis Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 2MO, 2AF, 5MO, 6MO
CSA-31806Grassland Science6.00RO1M11AF
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00RO1M12MO
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO1M14AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 1MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO2M26WD
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO, 5MO
GEN-21306Personal Genetics6.00RO0M11MO
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO0M11MO, 5MO
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00RO0M14WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M14WD
ABG-30806Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences6.00RO1M15AF
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2BM11MO, 5MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2AM12MO
BIF-30806Advanced Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM12MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2BM14WD
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO2BM15AF
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO2AM15MO
SSB-31806Advanced Systems Biology6.00RO2AM15MO
BIF-31306Algorithms in Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM16AF
INF-33306Linked Data6.00RO2AM16MO
MOB-30306Control of Cellular Processes and Cell Differentiation6.00RO3M11AF
ABG-30306Genomics6.00RO3M12AF, 5AF
MIB-30806Applied Molecular Microbiology6.00RO3M12MO
BPE-34306Metabolic Engineering of Industrial Microorganisms6.00RO3M14WD
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO3M15WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00RO4M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO4M1/22AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO4M1/22WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO4M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ABG-80436MSc Thesis Animal Breeding and Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-80436MSc Thesis Biochemistry36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-80336MSc Thesis Bioinformatics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-80436MSc Thesis Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-80436MSc Thesis Microbiology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-80436MSc Thesis Molecular Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-80436MSc Thesis Phytopathology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-80336MSc Thesis Systems and Synthetic Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ABG-70424MSc Internship Animal Breeding and Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-70424MSc Internship Biochemistry24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-70324MSc Internship Bioinformatics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-70424MSc Internship Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-70424MSc Internship Molecular Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-70424MSc Internship Phytopathology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-70324MSc Internship Systems and Synthetic Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
VIR-70424MSc Internship Virology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF
SSB-30806Modelling Biological Systems II6.00RO3M1/25AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1BM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 6WD
ENR-22806Principles of Climate Change Economics and Policy6.00RO1M11AF
SOC-23306Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science6.00RO1M11AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO2CM12WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO2AM15AF+6WD
CSA-70424MSc Internship Crop and Weed Ecology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
HWM-70424MSc Internship Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-70824MSc Internship Meteorology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-32806Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication6.00RO1M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81330MSc Thesis Strategic Communication30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-30806Political Ecologies of Natural Resource Distribution6.00RO2M15AF
SDC-80430MSc Thesis Sociology of Development and Change30.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-37806Researching Socio-Technical Practices, Innovation and Responsible Futures6.00RO3M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM12WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO1CM15AF+6WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1AM1/21WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO1CM1/22WD
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO1DM1/26WD
ELS-32806Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development6.00RO1DM26WD
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO2M11AF, 4WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO3M11MO, 2MO
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00RO4M11AF
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO4M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO4M12AF, 5MO
LAW-22306Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy6.00RO4M13WD
SOC-33806Environmental Analytical Techniques6.00RO4M13WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO4M13WD, 4WD
CPT-22306Communicating for Sustainability and Responsible Innovation6.00RO5AM12AF
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00RO5AM14WD
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-80824MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81324MSc Thesis Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70424MSc Internship Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-80424MSc Thesis Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO5M1/26WD
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO6M12AF, 6WD
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO6AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO6AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO7AM12MO
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO7BM14WD
AEW-30806Chemical Stress Ecology and Ecotoxicology6.00RO7BM15AF
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO7BM16WD
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO7M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80436MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO8AM12MO
SOC-34806Applications in Soil and Water Chemistry6.00RO8M14WD
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO8BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO8BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO8M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-81336MSc Thesis Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO9M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO9AM12MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO9BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO9BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO9M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-81836MSc Thesis Soil Biology36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO10M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO10AM12MO
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00RO10M13WD
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO10M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-81336MSc Thesis Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO11AM12MO
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO11AM13WD
TOX-30806Environmental Toxicology6.00RO11M15MO
TOX-31306Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals6.00RO11M16WD
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO11M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80436MSc Thesis Toxicology36.00RO11M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO12AM12AF
WSG-35306Modelling Future Water Stress6.00RO12M12MO
ENP-37306Water Governance: Concepts and Practices6.00RO12BM13WD
WSG-34806Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management6.00RO12AM14WD
SDC-35306Natural Hazards and Disasters6.00RO12BM15MO
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO12M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-80436MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change36.00RO12M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-34306Environmental Policy: Analysis and Evaluation6.00RO13AM12MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO13BM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO13BM14MO
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO13BM14WD
ENP-33306Environment and Development6.00RO13BM15MO
ENP-39306Advanced International Environmental Politics6.00RO13BM16WD
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO13M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO13M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO14AM12MO, 5AF
ENR-31306Economics and Management of Natural Resources6.00RO14BM14WD
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO14BM14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO14BM15AF
AEP-32306Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation6.00RO14BM16WD
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO14M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO14M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-24804Fundamentals of Environmental Technology4.00RO15AM12MO
PCC-21802Introductory Thermodynamics A2.00RO15AM12MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO15BM14WD
ETE-30806Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment and Reuse6.00RO15BM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO15BM15MO
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO15M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO15M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-31306Trends in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00RO0M11AF
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00RO0M12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00RO0M12MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60400Modular Skills Training6.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1CM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
FEM-70424MSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-70424MSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-70424MSc Internship Resource Ecology24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO1M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
FQD-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00RO2M12AF
FQD-31806Product Properties and Consumer Wishes6.00RO2M12AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FCH-70424MSc Internship Food Chemistry24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FHM-70424MSc Internship Food Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPE-70324MSc Internship Food Process Engineering24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPH-70424MSc Internship Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO0M12AF, 5AF
GRS-20306Remote Sensing6.00RO0M12MO, 5MO
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO1M14WD
GRS-32306Advanced Earth Observation6.00RO1M15AF
GRS-30306Spatial Modelling and Statistics6.00RO1M15MO
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO2M11AF, 2MO
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO2M12MO
GRS-33806Geo Scripting6.00RO2M13WD
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2M15MO
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO3M11AF, 4WD
PPS-30306Quantitative Analysis of Land Use Systems (QUALUS)6.00RO3M13WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00RO3M15AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO0M11MO
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M16WD
AEP-70424MSc Internship Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEP-70824MSc Internship Regional Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
DEC-70424MSc Internship Development Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
PAP-70324MSc Internship Public Administration and Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RHI-70424MSc Internship Rural and Environmental History24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70824MSc Internship Disaster Studies24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO4M1/22WD
SDC-34806Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction6.00RO5M1/21AF
SDC-33806Policy, Projects and Programs for Development6.00RO5M1/22MO
SDC-31306Property Rights, Natural Resources and Conflict6.00RO5M1/25MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M12MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 5AF, 6AF
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M16WD
SGL-11806Fundamentals of Landscape6.00RO0M14WD
GEO-37306Global Landscapes and Place-Making6.00RO1M12AF
LAR-36806Climate-responsive Planning and Design6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-36306Foodscapes, Urban Lifestyles and Transition6.00RO1M12AF
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-60309Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning9.00RO2M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YML-30803Frontiers in Molecular Life Sciences3.00RO0M11MO
PCC-33309From Molecule to Designer Materials9.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
MOB-31812Toolbox Molecular Biology12.00RO2M1/22WD, 6WD
PCC-31303Research Methods Soft Matter3.00RO2M1/23AF
ORC-31303Advanced Research Methods in Organic Chemistry3.00RO2M1/23MO
MIB-30303Research Methods Microbiology3.00RO2M1/23MO, 4AF
BIC-30803Advanced Methods in Biochemical Research3.00RO2M1/24AF
BIP-32803Biophysical Imaging3.00RO2M1/24MO
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO2M1/25WD
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO3M1/24AF
BPE-21801International Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3M1/25WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO1AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1AM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11MO
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO2AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO2AM16AF
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CBI-70424MSc Internship Cell Biology and Immunology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HAP-70424MSc Internship Human and Animal Physiology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-71024MSc Internship Nutrition and Pharmacology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-72424MSc Internship Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-74824MSc Internship Nutrition and Disease24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-75324MSc Internship Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FSE-21806Introduction to Organic Production Systems6.00RO0M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 5MO, 6MO
FSE-21306Organic Agriculture and Society6.00RO0M11MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00RO0M11MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO0M13WD, 4WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1CM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO1CM11MO, 1AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CSA-33303Masterclass Organic Agriculture3.00RO2M11WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
RSO-34806Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems6.00RO2M12AF
SBL-33306Integrated Natural Resource Management in Organic Agriculture6.00RO2M12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0BM11AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00RO0BM11AF, 5MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0AM11WD
GEN-20806Plant Biotechnology6.00RO0BM12MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00RO1M12MO
LAW-32306Intellectual Property Rights6.00RO1M13WD
NEM-32806Dilemmas in Food Safety and Security6.00RO1M14WD
MST-23406New Venture Creation: from Idea to Business Plan6.00RO1M15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2BM22WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO1M11MO, 2MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO2AM16WD
LUP-23806Planning for Urban Quality of Life6.00RO3BM12AF
ENP-36806Governance for Sustainable Cities6.00RO3AM13WD
ETE-33806Planning and Design of Urban Space6.00RO3BM15AF
ETE-32806Managing Urban Environmental Infrastructure6.00RO3CM15MO
ETE-25306Basic Technologies for Urban Environmental Management6.00RO4AM12MO
ETE-34306Energy, Water and Nutrient Cycles in the Built Environment6.00RO4M13WD
ETE-34806Resource Quality in the Circular Economy6.00RO4AM14WD
ETE-70824MSc Internship Urban Systems Engineering24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-81836MSc Thesis Urban Systems Engineering36.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO5AM11MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO5AM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO5AM14MO
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO5AM15AF
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO6AM12MO
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO6M14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO6M15AF
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO7M12AF
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO7AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO7AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00RO8M11MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO8M12AF
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO8M14WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO9M11MO
MST-33806Circular Entrepreneurship: Co-creating the circular economy6.00RO9M12AF
MST-32306Strategic Change Management and Innovation6.00RO9M15AF
MST-70424MSc Internship Management Studies24.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MST-80436MSc Thesis Management Studies36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00RO10M11MO
LUP-32806Planning Perspectives of the 21st Century6.00RO10M14WD
LUP-70424MSc Internship Land Use Planning24.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
LUP-80436MSc Thesis Land Use Planning36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
XWT-23805Transport Phenomena in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-24305Physical Chemistry in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-21805Water Microbiology5.00RO1M12WD

Common part

Common Part

RO0: Students who completed the Micromaster Biobased Sciences from Wageningen University prior to enrollment in the master but after completing their bachelor can choose RO-0. For students choosing specialization B this RO-0 replaces 6 credits of RO-1 and of RO-2.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students should have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all courses of the B1 and FTE-26306 Data analysis biosystems engineering and FTE-25806 Research methods biosystems engineering.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser
RO-3: Choose 0 or 1 course from this cluster when you are interested in field robot design.

Common Part

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2:Choose 36 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a BSc Internship Biology or your own coherent set of optional courses. Students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI-70324) as part of their optional courses. Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: Students with VWO Mathematics B choose RO1, with VWO Mathematics A choose RO2
RO-3: Choose 1 course in consultation with your study adviser
RO-4: Choose 0-2 courses in consultation with your study adviser. PEN-30306 is only allowed with permission from the study adviser
RO-5: Choose 30 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a 12 or 18 credits BSc Internship or your own coherent set of optional courses. If students choose the internship this is part of their optional courses (30 credits)

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Students with VWO Math A choose RO1A; students with VWO Math B choose RO1B
RO-2: Choose at least 6 credits
RO-3: Choose at least 3 credits

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: choose RO1 or RO2 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
Choose 18 credits from RO3 or RO4

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.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1 and including the preparatory courses of the chosen chair group; see also the course guide.
Choose 12 credits of natural science or life science courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser
RO-1: Choose 1 course
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser and depending on your BSc thesis:
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the economic chairgroups (AEP, DEC, ECH or ENR) choose 2 courses from RO2A
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the governance chairgroups (ENP or PAP) choose 1 course from RO2A and 1 course from RO2B

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.

Common Part

Choose periods 1,2,3 or periods 4,5,6 for the internship-thesis combination, depending on your free choice or choice for specific minors. Before starting with the BSc-internship and BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and WRM-21312 and YRM-21306.

Common Part

Common Part

RO-1: Students with VWO mathematics A choose Mathematics 1; students with VWO mathematics B choose Statistics 1.
RO-2: Choose 1 course.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
RO-2: Choose 0 - 3 course.

Common Part

Choose 1 cluster from RO1-7:
Choose RO1 if you want to proceed in BAT
Choose RO2 if you want to proceed in BBI
Choose RO3 if you want to proceed in BBT
Choose RO4 if you want to proceed in BDW
Choose RO5 if you want to proceed in BLT
Choose RO6 if you want to proceed in BML
Choose RO7 if you want to proceed in BPW

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis part 2 students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and the thesis introductory B2 course of the chair group supervising the BSc thesis (see course guide for details).
RO1: depending on prior education students choose:
- Students with VWO Math A choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1
- Students with VWO Math B choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
- Students with VWO Math D choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity

Common Part

RO-1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 if you did VWO Mathematics A, choose MAT-15303 if you did VWO Mathematics B
MAT-20306: If you choose major A you should do this course in B2, period 5; if you choose major B you should do this course in B3.
Determine individual planning for B3 (courses, BSc Thesis Plant Sciences and free choice) in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the 1st year (B1).
RO-1: Choose 0 - 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-1 - RO-6: Choose 1 RO-cluster
- within RO-1 choose 2 courses from RO-1A
- within RO-2 choose 2 courses from RO-2A
- within RO-3 choose 2 courses from RO-3A
- within RO-6 choose 1 course from RO-6A
RO-7: Choose 1 course. The internship in RO-7 may be replaced by a 2nd thesis if the programme director or study adviser supports the replacement.
RO-7A: This internship can only be chosen if the MSc track entrepreneurship is completed. If this course is chosen and completed and the MSc track entrepreneurship is not completed, this internship becomes invalid as fulfilment for RO-7.
RO-8: Choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, depending on prior training or relevant working experience. If YMC-61303 is chosen, the choice for YMC-60300 will be limited and one disciplinary course has to be chosen in addition.

Common Part

Internship replacement:
- approval of the study advisor is required to replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
- students who choose the Research Variant must replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser 12 credits as Academic Master Cluster.
Note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: The Laboratory Animal Science course (RO-2) should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: Choose 1 internship (or second thesis) in consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: If you did not follow an advanced statistics course in your previous education, this course is compulsory, but discuss this with your study adviser
RO-1: These are optional courses, not specificaly related to any of the specializations
RO-2: Choose in consultation with your study adviser either (1) YMC-60809 + YMC-60300 or (2) YMC-61303 + YMC-60300 + an additional optional course or (3) YAS-60312. Please note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser in dependence of pre-education; students with limited life science background have to choose BIC-20306 or GEN-21306; students without programming skills have to choose INF22306; students who did not follow SSB20306 in their pre-education have to include SSB-20306.
RO-1: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-2: Choose at least 12 credits of either RO2A or RO2B. If you choose RO2B include at least 6 credits from BIF30806 or BIF31306
RO-3: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-4: Choose 12 credits; if YMC-60300 is chosen,please, note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overvieuw on possible MOS courses please see under YMC60300 in the study handbook; if YEI-60312 is choosen, please, notice that you have to complete a thesis before start of YEI-60312.
RO-5: Choose 1 thesis.
RO-6: Choose 1 internship or an additional thesis of at least 24 credits at one to the chairs offering an internship as RO6.

Common Part

RO-1: In consultation and agreement with your study advisor choose for RO1A or RO-1B
- If you want to keep all options open after your MSc Biology, you should choose RO-1A .
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- Students who want to become a PhD-student may choose RO1B.
RO-2: EZO-32303 should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: this is an optional course, not specifically related to any of the specializations.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. When choosing RO-1, select in addition either RO-1A or RO-1B.
RO-1A: Note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of MOS courses, please check the study handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-1B: Note that this course is taught in the late afternoon of period 6.
RO-2: Note that your MSc thesis has to be completed before starting the Research Master Cluster.
Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1: Depending on your preparatory education, choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. At the study adviser's discretion, the selected course may be exchanged for an advanced course of similar orientation.
RO-2: Choose A, B or C in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-3: Select 1 internship in consultation with your study adviser. You may exchange the internship for a second thesis if you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities (including a summer school and a series of seminars), and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy linked to the major Environmental Policy (Specialization Climate, Society and Economics).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-3: Choose 1 RO-cluster. Before starting the thesis students should have completed the compulsory subjects.
- If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 thesis from RO-1A.
RO-4: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by an internship or a minor thesis with one of the (other) social science chair groups or with any other chair group in case of an internship or minor thesis with an interdisciplinary character (beta-gamma integration).

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Students with (supervised) work experience on an academic level can exchange the internship for a second thesis in consultation with your study adviser.
Career preparation: students can choose one of the following tracks in consultation with your study adviser.
- General track: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809 Academic Consultancy Training (RO-1A).
- Research track: choose YEI-60312 Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing (RO-1B).
- Climate change track: choose WSG-60812 (RO-1C).
- Entrepreneurship track: The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track: For Dutch students with a BBW degree and a completed minor education, who choose specialization A or B, it is possible to obtain your ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Physics. Consult your study adviser for detailed information.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose either RO-1A, RO-1B, RO-1C or RO-1D in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-2: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-3: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-4: Choose 1 or more supporting courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-5: For a minor in Environmental Education or Environmental Communication and Innovation, choose RO-5, 1 additional course from RO-5A if your study adviser deems it necessary, and 1 thesis or internship from RO-5B as substitute for the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15 for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.
RO-6 - RO15: Choose 1 cluster.
RO-6: Choose 1 course from RO-6A.
RO-7: Choose 2 courses from RO-7B; choose RO-7A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-8: Choose 1 course from RO-8B; choose RO8A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-9: Choose 1 course from RO-9B; choose RO-9A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-10: Choose RO-10A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-11: Choose 1 course from RO-11A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-12: Choose 1 course from RO-12A and 1 course from RO-12B.
RO-13: Choose 6 credits from RO-13B; choose RO-13A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-14: Choose 1 course from RO-14B; choose RO-14A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-15: Choose 2 courses from RO-15B; choose RO-15A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy attached to the Environmental Policy cluster (RO13).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0 - 5 courses in consultation with your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser, RO-1A, RO-1B or RO-1C.
- RO-1A: Consultancy orientation: YMC-60809 and YMC-60300. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1B: students with relevant working experience: YMC-60400 is also an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 6 credits modular skills (MOS) courses including ECS-65500 Argumentation Skills or ECS-66600 Academic Argumentation Skills in Writing and Debate
- RO-1C: Research orientation: YEI-60312.
RO-2: Choose 1 internship or choose a second thesis. Replacement of internship by a second thesis is subject to approval by the study adviser.

Common Part

Students will only be admitted to the thesis or internship upon completion of the courses in the Common Part and at least one course from the specialisation.
The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: choose this course after consultation with your study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose 1 course after consultation with your study advisor; students with a background in food science or technology choose FQD-31806, students without a background in food science choose FQD-22306.

Common Part

The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: Choose these courses after consultation with your study advisor

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 internship after consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0-2 courses, if these competences are not present according to the study adviser
RO-1: Choose 2 courses
RO-2: Choose 1 course
RO-3: Choose preferentially at least 1 course in the field of the Wageningen UR domain: natural resources and living environment; society and well-being; food, feed and biobased production

Common Part

RO0: Choose 0 - 3 courses from RO0 depending on prior training and in consultation and agreement with the study adviser
RO1: Choose one course
RO2: Dependent on your interest, choose 1 course
RO3: Choose 1 course
RO4: Choose 1 course
RO5: Choose 1 thesis
RO6: Choose in consultation and agreement with the study adviser one internship from RO6; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a second thesis

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select 1-2 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 1 - 3 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-1: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a minor thesis with a social science chair group.
RO-2 - RO-4: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.
RO5: Choose 0 - 3 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Note 1: You can apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements and complete extracurricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars. Ask your study adviser for information. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose (YMC-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312 or ESA-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study.
Handbook.
Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose (LUP-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study Handbook. Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part


Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Period schedule MMD year 1:
Period 1 (15 ECTS): 3 September – 9 November 2018
Period 2 (9 ECTS): 12 November – 21 December 2018
Period 3 (6 ECTS): 7 January - 1 February 2019
Period 4 - electives (18 ECTS): 11 February – 10 May 2019
Period 5 (12 ECTS): 13 May – 5 July 2019

Period schedule MMD year 2:
Thesis and living lab (54 ECTS): 3 September 2018 – 7 June 2019
Professional profile (6 ECTS): 10 June – 5 July 2019

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with the study adviser.
If RO-1 is selected:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses from the second category (except for Professional Ethics and Introduction Philosophy of Science. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- the Academic Consultancy Training (ACT) and the MOS-courses may be replaced by an entrepreneurial variant.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS). Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose after consulting your study advisor 0 or 12 credits to start this MSc programme.
RO1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B
Career preparation:
- General track (RO-1A): YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809.
- Research track (RO-1B): choose YEI-60312.
- Entrepreneurship track. The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track. - Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘tweedegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry or Physics can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the education module, see https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Chair-groups/Social-Sciences/Education-and-Competence-Studies-Group/Education-for-students/Teacher-training/Minor-Education.htm
- Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry, and who already completed the Minor Education minor can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the second half of the ‘lerarenopleiding scheikunde’ at Radboud University Nijmegen.
RO-2: Choose at least 1 course.
RO-3: Optionally, choose from this cluster.

Common Part

This common part is not applicable for specialisation E.
Choose 1 cluster from RO-1 - RO-3; take into account:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1: If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-1A.
- RO-2: If RO-2 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-2A. NOTE: RO-2 can only be selected by those students that meet the professional competencies from YMC-60809 based on prior education and/or professional career, to be decided by the MNH-programme-team.
- RO-3: YEI-60312 has specific prerequisites.
RO-4: In consultation with the study adviser, students either choose an internship or a second thesis of at least 24 credits from the chairgroups HNE, HAP, TOX, CPT or CBI.
In general students with a professional Bachelor degree should opt for a second thesis. Students with an academic Bachelor degree should opt for an internship.
The FQD internship is linked to specialisation D only.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A, RO-1B, or RO-1C + an additional optional course:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
- RO-1C is meant for students with verifiable prior experience in project work and reflective learning.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

Common Part

RO-0:Choose courses from RO-0:
- RO-0A: Choose this course after consultation with your study adviser.
- RO-0B: Choose a maximum of two courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. It is not allowed to include both Gene Technology (MOB-20306) and Plant Biotechnology (GEN-20806) into your MPB-programme. 
RO-1: Choose one course.
RO-2: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-2A or RO-2B:
- RO-2A focuses on consultancy and business. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-2B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.

Common Part

Choose RO-1 if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Choose either RO-2A or RO-2B in consultation with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
Choose 2 courses from RO-3A, RO-3B, and RO-3C.
Select 1 cluster from RO-4 - RO-10:
- If RO4 is selected, choose RO-3C and 1 course from RO-4A in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
- If RO-5 is selected, choose 12 credits from RO-5A.
- If RO-6 is selected, choose RO-6A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
- If RO-7 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-7A.
- If RO-10 is selected, choose both courses labelled RO-3B.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. You may apply for the AMS label issued by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. This label is awarded if you complete specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements with regard to your major thesis.
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply for specialisation F - Online Master Plant Breeding.
RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.
RO-1 Choose 1-3 courses in consultation with your study advisor.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
FEM-10803Introduction to Forest and Nature Conservation3.00CSB11AF
FPH-10306Food Technology I6.00CSB11AF
HNE-11804Introduction to the field of Nutrition and Health4.00CSB11AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-11805Introduction to Management and Consumer Studies5.00CSB11AF
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
RHI-10806Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective6.00CSB11AF
YAS-10306Introduction Animal Sciences6.00CSB11AF
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11AF
YNH-10302Basic Skills for BVG-students2.00CSB11AF
YSS-12301Skills for BBC-students1.00CSB11AF
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
ENP-11303Sustainable Solutions to Environmental Problems3.00CSB11MO
FTE-12303Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 13.00CSB11MO
HSO-10806Introduction to Health and Society6.00CSB11MO
HWM-10803Introduction Soil, Water, Atmosphere3.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB11MO
NEM-10306Introduction Plant Sciences6.00CSB11MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB11MO
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
LAR-13809Integrated Studio 19.00CSB11WD
WRM-12309Orientation on International Land and Water Management9.00CSB11WD
GEO-11806Tourism: Principles & Practice6.00CSB11WD+2WD
GEO-12306Society, History & Globalisation6.00CSB11WD+2WD
MAT-15806Research Methods 16.00CSB11WD+2WD+3WD
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
FNP-11806Forest, Nature, Society6.00CSB12AF
FTE-12803Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 23.00CSB12AF
GEO-10306Human Geography6.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB12AF
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB12AF
AEP-10303Introduction Economics3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10303Physics MLS3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CPT-15303Science, Technology and Society3.00CSB12MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB12MO
HNE-10806Nutrition and Health: Macronutrients, Energy and Health6.00CSB12MO
LUP-12803Integrated Studio 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB12MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB12MO
PCC-13803General Chemistry 2 MLS3.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-13805Sociology of Health5.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
AEP-10806Economics & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
ESA-11306Environment & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13AF
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
HAP-10306Principles of Human Physiology6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RSO-12306Biosystems Engineering and Society6.00CSB13WD
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
ENP-11806Sociology & Tourism6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
SGL-12306Tourism Geographies6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
XTO-14806Statistics & Mathematics6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB14MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14MO
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB14WD
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB14WD
FCH-11306Nutritional Aspects of Foods6.00CSB14WD
FNP-24806People and Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB14WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
LAW-12306Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains6.00CSB14WD
LUP-13306Theory and Methodology of Planning and Design6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
BEC-10306Introduction to Business Economics6.00CSB15AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
CSA-10806Introduction Quantitative Agroecology6.00CSB15AF
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
HWM-21806Hydraulics and Hydrometry6.00CSB15AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
PAP-10306Public Administration and Policy Making6.00CSB15AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB15AF
SGL-22803Soils and Landscapes of the Netherlands3.00CSB15AF
YAS-11803Animal Science in Society3.00CSB15AF
BPE-12806Bioprocess Engineering Basics BT6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB15MO
ENP-10806Environmental Policy Instruments6.00CSB15MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB15MO
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15MO
FEM-10306Ecology of Forests6.00CSB15MO
FQD-10306Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality6.00CSB15MO
FTE-14303Engineering problem solving3.00CSB15MO
HNE-28305Metabolic Aspects of Nutrition5.00CSB15MO
HSO-10306Global Health6.00CSB15MO
MAQ-10306Introduction Atmosphere6.00CSB15MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15MO
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00CSB15MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB15MO
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
SGL-23312Landscape Geography12.00CSB15WD
YHP-11303Orientation Course BSc Honours Programme3.00CSB15WD
MCB-12306Consumer Behaviour & Marketing Management6.00CSB15WD+6WD
XTO-14306National Field Project6.00CSB15WD+6WD
CPT-13806Ethics, Health and Society6.00CSB16AF
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB16AF
FPH-10803Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists3.00CSB16AF
FTE-14806CAD and Mechanics6.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MIB-11306Microbiology and Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health6.00CSB16AF
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB16AF
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB16MO
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BPE-10305Process Engineering Basics5.00CSB16MO
BPE-11303Biotechnology 13.00CSB16MO
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
DEC-22306Macroeconomics & Policy6.00CSB16MO
FCH-12306Food Technology for Nutritionists6.00CSB16MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
RSO-12806Eating, Customs and Health6.00CSB16MO
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
BIC-10807Molecular Life Sciences7.00CSB16WD
BIP-11805Introduction Quantum Mechanics5.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CSA-10306Cropping Systems and Knowledge of Crops6.00CSB16WD
ESA-10309Environmental Sciences and Society9.00CSB16WD
FPE-10808Food Production Chains8.00CSB16WD
FTE-15301Orientation on the Biosystems Engineering Profession1.00CSB16WD
GRS-10806Geo-information Science for Planning and Design6.00CSB16WD
LAR-12803Studio Design Basics3.00CSB16WD
LUP-11803Studio Planning Basics3.00CSB16WD
NEM-10806Orientation Plant Sciences6.00CSB16WD
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB16WD
PEN-10806Forest and Nature Conservation I: Introductory Field Course6.00CSB16WD
SGL-10309Integration Course Soil, Water, Atmosphere9.00CSB16WD
SLM-10806Design in Land and Water Management 16.00CSB16WD
YAS-11306Internship6.00CSB16WD
ABG-20306Animal Breeding and Genetics6.00CSB21AF
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
ETE-10806Introduction Environmental Technology6.00CSB21AF
FHM-20306Food Microbiology6.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HPP-22803Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology3.00CSB21AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00CSB21AF
LAR-24306Landscape Engineering6.00CSB21AF
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00CSB21AF
MIB-20306Microbial Physiology6.00CSB21AF
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB21AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB21AF
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
SLM-10306Land Degradation and Remediation6.00CSB21AF
BIP-24806Atomic and Molecular Structure6.00CSB21MO
BPE-20806Separation Process Design6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB21MO
FPE-20806Mathematical Concepts for Food Technology6.00CSB21MO
FTE-24806Engineering Design6.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-21303Integrated Human Physiology3.00CSB21MO
MAQ-11306Air Quality6.00CSB21MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00CSB21MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00CSB21MO
PBR-22303Plant Breeding3.00CSB21MO
PHP-21303Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology3.00CSB21MO
SLM-20806Water Quantity and Quality6.00CSB21MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00CSB21MO
WRM-10306Irrigation and Water Management6.00CSB21MO
YHP-11802Kick-off BSc Honours Programme@Texel2.00CSB21WD
MST-26306Organisational Behaviour & Business Management6.00CSB21WD+2WD
PAP-22306Policy, Governance & Law6.00CSB21WD+2WD
MAT-25806Research Methods 26.00CSB21WD+2WD+3WD
ADP-20306Immunology and Thermoregulation6.00CSB22AF
BPE-22306Basic Cell Factory Design6.00CSB22AF
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
ESA-20506Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis6.00CSB22AF
FPE-21306Food Production and Preservation6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
MAQ-23306System Earth: Scale Dependence, Feedbacks and Global Change6.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB22AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB22AF
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00CSB22AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB22AF
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00CSB22MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
ENP-23806Sustainability Transitions: Concepts, Issues and Indicators6.00CSB22MO
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB22MO
HSO-20306Environmental Assets for Health6.00CSB22MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB22MO
MAT-24306Advanced Statistics for Nutritionists6.00CSB22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
QVE-20306Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics6.00CSB22MO
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
SLM-20306Land and Water Engineering6.00CSB22MO
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00CSB22MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00CSB22MO
CPT-25806Tourism Development & Planning6.00CSB22WD+3WD
GEO-23806Philosophy of Science & Ethics in Tourism6.00CSB22WD+3WD
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB23AF
EZO-20306Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
CPT-24803Communication and Technology3.00CSB23MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
AEP-22306Landscape Economics and Politics6.00CSB23WD
ANU-20306Principles of Animal Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB23WD
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
FPH-20306Food Physics6.00CSB23WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB23WD
HNE-23306Pharmacology and Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
HSO-20806Health Psychology6.00CSB23WD
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00CSB23WD
PAP-30806Governance and Policy Change6.00CSB23WD
CPT-26306Cross-Cultural Studies6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
ESA-23806Tourism Systems Analysis6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GEO-24306Tourism Destination Management6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
XTO-24312International Field Practicum12.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB24AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB24MO
APS-20806Systems Approach in Animal Sciences6.00CSB24WD
BCT-21306Control Engineering6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
FNP-21306Management of Forest and Nature Organisations6.00CSB24WD
FQD-21306Food Packaging and Design6.00CSB24WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB24WD
HNE-29303Measuring Dietary Intake3.00CSB24WD
INF-22803Intro to Data Structures and Algorithms for Health3.00CSB24WD
MST-25306Management and Innovation in the Health Sector6.00CSB24WD
PBR-21306Biosystematics, Evolution and Agrobiodiversity6.00CSB24WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB24WD
BCT-22803Physical Transport Phenomena3.00CSB25AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB25AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
BIP-24306Spectroscopy and Imaging6.00CSB25AF
BPE-21306Bioreactor Design6.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Biology and philosophy; exploring open questions3.00CSB25AF
ENR-22306Public Sector Economics6.00CSB25AF
FHM-22806Food Hazards6.00CSB25AF
FNP-23303Value Chains for Sustainable Landscapes: Theories, Tools and Practices3.00CSB25AF
FTE-25303Building Physics and Climate Engineering3.00CSB25AF
HNE-25806Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health I6.00CSB25AF
MAQ-22806Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil Interactions6.00CSB25AF
PEN-21803Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Theory3.00CSB25AF
SCH-23306Health Issues in Daily Life; a Bèta-Gamma Approach6.00CSB25AF
SDC-22806Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World6.00CSB25AF
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
CPT-32306Behavioural Interventions for Health6.00CSB25MO
ENP-24803Social-Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues3.00CSB25MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
FHM-31806Biotechnology 26.00CSB25MO
FPE-20306Food Engineering6.00CSB25MO
FTE-26306Data Analysis Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB25MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00CSB25MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00CSB25MO
VIR-20803Human infectious diseases3.00CSB25MO
ETE-25812Environmental Project Studies12.00CSB25MO+6WD
WRM-21312Design in Land and Water Management 212.00CSB25MO+6WD
AEP-31806Economic Analysis of Coordination6.00CSB26AF
ENT-20806Integrated Pest Management6.00CSB26AF
FQD-23306Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach6.00CSB26AF
FTE-25806Research Methods Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB26AF
GEN-21803Principles of Human Genetics3.00CSB26AF
HNE-29803Basic Sensory Science3.00CSB26AF
UEC-11806Economics of Health and Care6.00CSB26AF
FTE-27306Sensor Technology6.00CSB26MO
HNE-26306Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health II6.00CSB26MO
INF-20806Applied Information Technology6.00CSB26MO
NEM-20306Research Methodology in Plant Sciences6.00CSB26MO
YRM-21806Data Analysis for Health and Society6.00CSB26MO
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB26WD
BNT-20806Bio-Inorganic Chemistry6.00CSB26WD
ESA-22303International Study Visits Environmental Sciences3.00CSB26WD
FCH-22308Food Properties and Function8.00CSB26WD
FEM-20909Forest and Nature Conservation II - Management Planning and Tools9.00CSB26WD
FQD-20804Quality Systems Operations4.00CSB26WD
HWM-23306Field Practical Hydrology, Water Quality and Meteorology6.00CSB26WD
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
PEN-22303Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Field Excursions3.00CSB26WD
REG-21306Introduction in Animal Ecology6.00CSB26WD
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD
SGL-22306Geology, Soils and Landscapes of the Rhine-Meuse Delta6.00CSB26WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB26WD
YHP-23810BSc Honours Broadening10.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31312BSc Honours Deepening12.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31803BSc Honours Personal Development3.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB2/31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
YNH-20301BSc Assessment for BVG students1.00CSB2/32WD
YBT-80324BSc Thesis Biotechnology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-70318BSc Internship International Land and Water Management18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80324BSc Thesis Biosystems Engineering24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80812BSc Thesis International Land and Water Management12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-80824BSc Thesis Food Science and Technology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-20802Skills portfolio for BVG2.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-80312BSc Thesis Nutrition and Health12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YPS-82318BSc Thesis Plant Sciences18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-30306Strategic Planning in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB31AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
AEP-21306Econometrics6.00CSB31MO
FQD-24306Case Studies Product Quality6.00CSB31MO, 4WD
YAS-21303Personal Development and Academic Skills3.00CSB31MO, 5MO
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-20801International Study Visits for Animal Sciences1.00CSB31WD, 5WD
YAS-80312BSc Thesis Animal Sciences12.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
YML-80321BSc Thesis Molecular Life Sciences21.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
FNP-32806Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment6.00CSB32AF
YML-20303Philosophy of Science and Ethics in Molecular Life Sciences3.00CSB32AF, 5AF
PEN-80812BSc Thesis Forest and Nature Conservation12.00CSB32MO+3WD, 5AF+6WD
YSS-81312BSc Thesis Economics and Governance12.00CSB32WD+3WD
SGL-80812BSc Thesis Soil, Water, Atmosphere12.00CSB32WD+3WD, 5WD+6WD
ENP-38803Sustainable Technology Development: Analysis Assignment3.00CSB34AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00CSB34MO
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
HSO-30306Health Policy and Action6.00CSB34WD
LAR-29306History of Ideas in Landscape Architecture and Planning6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
HSO-31306Systematic Reviews in Health and Society6.00CSB35AF
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
SCH-21306Demography and Global Population Issues6.00CSB35MO
GEO-80818BSc Thesis Tourism18.00CSB35MO+6WD
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD
YSS-84312BSc Thesis Health and Society12.00CSB36WD
AEW-22806Marine Systems6.00CSM11AF
ETE-22806Principles of Urban Environmental Management6.00CSM11AF
FTE-34806Modelling of Biobased Production Systems6.00CSM11AF
GEO-31806Tourism & Sustainable Development6.00CSM11AF
MST-26806Circular Economy6.00CSM11AF
SDC-21804Introduction to the Sociology of Development, Knowledge and Change M4.00CSM11AF
SLM-30306Issues and Concepts in International Land and Water Management6.00CSM11AF
YEI-30806Environmental Data Collection and Analysis6.00CSM11AF
AFI-31306Life History of Aquatic Organisms6.00CSM11MO
BCT-23806Principles of Biobased Economy6.00CSM11MO
CPT-21304Introduction to Technology, Agro-ecology and Development M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-23804Introduction to Communication and Innovation Studies M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-31006Integral Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences6.00CSM11MO
ESA-23306Introduction to Global Change6.00CSM11MO
FQD-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
GEO-30306Concepts & Approaches to Tourism Society and Environment6.00CSM11MO
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00CSM11MO
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00CSM11MO
SDC-36306Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies6.00CSM11MO
YEI-30306Interdisciplinary Topics in Earth and Environment6.00CSM11MO
XWT-20805Water Technologies in Global Context5.00CSM11WD
YMS-30812Metropolitan Challenges12.00CSM11WD
FTE-34306Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems6.00CSM12AF
YEI-31306Trends in Aquaculture6.00CSM12AF
ENP-35806Environmental Quality and Governance6.00CSM12AF, 5AF
FTE-33806Biosystems Design6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LUP-36806Landscape Theory and Analysis6.00CSM12MO
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM12MO
YRM-30806Research Methods and Data Analysis in Communication and Health6.00CSM12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSM12MO, 5MO, 6MO
XWT-32305Colloid Chemistry5.00CSM12WD
XWT-33305Chemical Reactor Design5.00CSM12WD
YMS-30306Metropolitan Innovators6.00CSM12WD
YMS-31303Metropolitan Data 13.00CSM12WD
YMS-31803Entrepreneurial Skills 13.00CSM12WD
CPT-60306Facilitating Interactive Processes6.00CSM13WD
GEO-37806Research Methodology for Planning and Design6.00CSM13WD
SSB-30306Molecular Systems Biology6.00CSM13WD
XWT-30305Biological Water Treatment and Recovery Technology5.00CSM13WD
XWT-31305Bioreactor Design5.00CSM13WD
XWT-34305Multi-component Mass Transfer in Membrane Processes5.00CSM13WD
YBI-37806Frontiers in Biology6.00CSM13WD
YMS-31403Metropolitan Data 23.00CSM13WD
YMS-31903Entrepreneurial Skills 23.00CSM13WD
CPT-36806Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice6.00CSM14WD
FQD-64306Food Quality Management Research Principles I 6.00CSM14WD
GEO-30806Research Methodologies for Tourism, Society & Environment6.00CSM14WD
XWT-34810Business Case Design Project10.00CSM14WD
XWT-35305Computational Methods in Water Technology5.00CSM14WD
YSS-60806Cutting Edge Issues in Development and Rural Innovation6.00CSM14WD+5WD+6WD
WRM-32306Research Approaches to Land and Water Management6.00CSM15AF
FQD-64806Food Quality Management Research Principles II6.00CSM15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM16AF
FHM-61312Food Safety Management12.00CSM16WD
GRS-60312Remote Sensing and GIS Integration12.00CSM16WD
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00CSM16WD
WRM-60309Sustainable Land and Water Management in Spain9.00CSM16WD
YMS-60312Metropolitan Solutions12.00CSM16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6WD, 6AF
PHP-31803Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 13.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
PHP-31903Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 23.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00CSM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00CSM1/21WD, 6WD
YNH-30302Frontiers in Nutrition Science2.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
YSS-31306Thesis Path MDR6.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-70324Amsterdam Living Laboratory24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-80330Thesis Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering30.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
XWT-70415MSc Internship Water Technology15.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
XWT-80440MSc Thesis Water Technology40.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
YMS-32306Professional Profile6.00CSM26WD
BCT-34324Micromaster Biobased Sciences for Sustainability24.00RO0M11,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
CSA-20306Soil-Plant Relations6.00RO2B2/33WD
PPH-10306Biology of Plants6.00RO2B2/33WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00RO2B2/33WD
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00RO2B32AF, 3AF+4AF
FTE-26812Field Robot Design12.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B12MO
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO3B31MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO3B31MO
ELS-21301Self Assessment for BSc-students1.00RO4B2/35AF
PEN-30306Plant, Vegetation and Systems Ecology6.00RO4B36WD
FEM-70812BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management12.00RO5
FEM-70818BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management18.00RO5
FNP-70812BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy12.00RO5
FNP-70818BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy18.00RO5
PEN-70812BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation12.00RO5
PEN-70818BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation18.00RO5
REG-70812BSc Internship Resource Ecology12.00RO5
REG-70818BSc Internship Resource Ecology18.00RO5
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB12MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2B22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
SSB-20806iBiosystems6.00RO2B22MO
BPE-12301National Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3B31,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO3B31MO, 5MO
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00RO3B32AF
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO3B33WD, 5MO
BCT-23306Biorefinery6.00RO3B34WD
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00RO3B35MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00RO3B35MO
BCT-24306Renewable Resources and the (Bio)Chemical Production of Industrial Chemicals6.00RO3B36AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B11AF
HWM-24306Environmental Hydraulics6.00RO3B31AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO3B31AF, 2MO
HWM-20806Hydrogeology6.00RO3B31MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO3B32AF
HWM-23806Geophysical Fluid Mechanics6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO3B32AF
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-32306Boundary-layer Processes6.00RO3B32MO
SGL-32806Soil and Landscape Variability6.00RO3B33WD
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO4B34WD
MAQ-30306Atmospheric Practical6.00RO4B34WD
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO4B35AF
SLM-21306Subsurface Solute Transport6.00RO4B35MO
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO4B36WD
SGL-33306Geology and Landscapes of the World6.00RO4B36WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO1B24WD
FNP-24306Governance for Forest, Nature and Biodiversity6.00RO1B25MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00RO1B32AF
AEP-21806Agriculture, Food and Policy6.00RO2AB24WD
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO2BB24WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO2AB25MO
ENR-21806Environmental Economics in Practice6.00RO2AB26MO
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00RO2BB26MO
DEC-32306International Trade and Development Policy6.00RO2AB31AF
YSS-21303European Exchange programme Management, Consumer Studies and Economics3.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
GEO-23306Cultural and Historical Geography6.00RO2B25AF
GEO-36306Environmental Psychology6.00RO2B25AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
YFS-70312BSc Internship Food Technology12.00RO2
YFS-10301Excursions and lectures Food Technology1.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-23806Meat Science6.00RO2B31AF
HNE-30506Principles of Sensory Science6.00RO2B31AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00RO2B31AF
FQD-22801Foreign Study Trip Food Technology1.00RO2B31WD
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00RO2B32AF
FPH-21306History of Food Production6.00RO2B32MO
FQD-21806Milk in the Dairy Chain6.00RO2B32MO
ENT-21306Insects as Food and Feed6.00RO2B33WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
HNE-23801Lectures and Excursion1.00RO1B31,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-22402European Excursion2.00RO1B33WD
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO1AM11MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO1AM14WD
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO1AM15MO
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-31306Greenhouse Technology6.00RO2AM13WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35806Precision Farming6.00RO2AM15MO
FTE-32806Automation for Bio-production6.00RO2AM16AF
FTE-80436MSc Thesis Farm Technology36.00RO2M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO3AM11MO, 5MO
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO3AM15AF
INF-31306Information Systems for Managers and Engineers6.00RO3AM16MO
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO3AM22MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO4M14WD
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO4M15MO
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-30306Decision Science 26.00RO5M15MO
ORL-30806Operations Research and Logistics6.00RO5M16MO
ORL-80436MSc Thesis Operations Research and Logistics36.00RO5M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO6AM11MO
ORL-32806Sustainability Analysis6.00RO6AM13WD
BCT-32306Advanced Biorefinery6.00RO6M15AF
MST-34806Biobased and Circular Business6.00RO6AM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO6AM15MO
ORL-32306Biobased Logistics6.00RO6AM16AF
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-70424MSc Internship Farm Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70824MSc Internship Track Entrepreneurship24.00RO7AM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO8M11MO, 2AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO8M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO1M26WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF, 6AF
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80424MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-70424MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-80424MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-70324MSc Internship Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-80324MSc Thesis Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80424MSc Thesis Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 2MO, 2AF, 5MO, 6MO
CSA-31806Grassland Science6.00RO1M11AF
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00RO1M12MO
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO1M14AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 1MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO2M26WD
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO, 5MO
GEN-21306Personal Genetics6.00RO0M11MO
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO0M11MO, 5MO
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00RO0M14WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M14WD
ABG-30806Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences6.00RO1M15AF
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2BM11MO, 5MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2AM12MO
BIF-30806Advanced Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM12MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2BM14WD
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO2BM15AF
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO2AM15MO
SSB-31806Advanced Systems Biology6.00RO2AM15MO
BIF-31306Algorithms in Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM16AF
INF-33306Linked Data6.00RO2AM16MO
MOB-30306Control of Cellular Processes and Cell Differentiation6.00RO3M11AF
ABG-30306Genomics6.00RO3M12AF, 5AF
MIB-30806Applied Molecular Microbiology6.00RO3M12MO
BPE-34306Metabolic Engineering of Industrial Microorganisms6.00RO3M14WD
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO3M15WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00RO4M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO4M1/22AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO4M1/22WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO4M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ABG-80436MSc Thesis Animal Breeding and Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-80436MSc Thesis Biochemistry36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-80336MSc Thesis Bioinformatics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-80436MSc Thesis Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-80436MSc Thesis Microbiology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-80436MSc Thesis Molecular Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-80436MSc Thesis Phytopathology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-80336MSc Thesis Systems and Synthetic Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ABG-70424MSc Internship Animal Breeding and Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-70424MSc Internship Biochemistry24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-70324MSc Internship Bioinformatics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-70424MSc Internship Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-70424MSc Internship Molecular Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-70424MSc Internship Phytopathology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-70324MSc Internship Systems and Synthetic Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
VIR-70424MSc Internship Virology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF
SSB-30806Modelling Biological Systems II6.00RO3M1/25AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1BM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 6WD
ENR-22806Principles of Climate Change Economics and Policy6.00RO1M11AF
SOC-23306Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science6.00RO1M11AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO2CM12WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO2AM15AF+6WD
CSA-70424MSc Internship Crop and Weed Ecology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
HWM-70424MSc Internship Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-70824MSc Internship Meteorology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-32806Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication6.00RO1M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81330MSc Thesis Strategic Communication30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-30806Political Ecologies of Natural Resource Distribution6.00RO2M15AF
SDC-80430MSc Thesis Sociology of Development and Change30.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-37806Researching Socio-Technical Practices, Innovation and Responsible Futures6.00RO3M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM12WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO1CM15AF+6WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1AM1/21WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO1CM1/22WD
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO1DM1/26WD
ELS-32806Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development6.00RO1DM26WD
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO2M11AF, 4WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO3M11MO, 2MO
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00RO4M11AF
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO4M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO4M12AF, 5MO
LAW-22306Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy6.00RO4M13WD
SOC-33806Environmental Analytical Techniques6.00RO4M13WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO4M13WD, 4WD
CPT-22306Communicating for Sustainability and Responsible Innovation6.00RO5AM12AF
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00RO5AM14WD
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-80824MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81324MSc Thesis Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70424MSc Internship Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-80424MSc Thesis Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO5M1/26WD
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO6M12AF, 6WD
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO6AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO6AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO7AM12MO
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO7BM14WD
AEW-30806Chemical Stress Ecology and Ecotoxicology6.00RO7BM15AF
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO7BM16WD
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO7M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80436MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO8AM12MO
SOC-34806Applications in Soil and Water Chemistry6.00RO8M14WD
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO8BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO8BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO8M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-81336MSc Thesis Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO9M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO9AM12MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO9BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO9BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO9M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-81836MSc Thesis Soil Biology36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO10M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO10AM12MO
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00RO10M13WD
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO10M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-81336MSc Thesis Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO11AM12MO
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO11AM13WD
TOX-30806Environmental Toxicology6.00RO11M15MO
TOX-31306Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals6.00RO11M16WD
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO11M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80436MSc Thesis Toxicology36.00RO11M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO12AM12AF
WSG-35306Modelling Future Water Stress6.00RO12M12MO
ENP-37306Water Governance: Concepts and Practices6.00RO12BM13WD
WSG-34806Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management6.00RO12AM14WD
SDC-35306Natural Hazards and Disasters6.00RO12BM15MO
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO12M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-80436MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change36.00RO12M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-34306Environmental Policy: Analysis and Evaluation6.00RO13AM12MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO13BM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO13BM14MO
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO13BM14WD
ENP-33306Environment and Development6.00RO13BM15MO
ENP-39306Advanced International Environmental Politics6.00RO13BM16WD
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO13M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO13M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO14AM12MO, 5AF
ENR-31306Economics and Management of Natural Resources6.00RO14BM14WD
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO14BM14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO14BM15AF
AEP-32306Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation6.00RO14BM16WD
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO14M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO14M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-24804Fundamentals of Environmental Technology4.00RO15AM12MO
PCC-21802Introductory Thermodynamics A2.00RO15AM12MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO15BM14WD
ETE-30806Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment and Reuse6.00RO15BM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO15BM15MO
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO15M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO15M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-31306Trends in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00RO0M11AF
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00RO0M12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00RO0M12MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60400Modular Skills Training6.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1CM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
FEM-70424MSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-70424MSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-70424MSc Internship Resource Ecology24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO1M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
FQD-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00RO2M12AF
FQD-31806Product Properties and Consumer Wishes6.00RO2M12AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FCH-70424MSc Internship Food Chemistry24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FHM-70424MSc Internship Food Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPE-70324MSc Internship Food Process Engineering24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPH-70424MSc Internship Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO0M12AF, 5AF
GRS-20306Remote Sensing6.00RO0M12MO, 5MO
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO1M14WD
GRS-32306Advanced Earth Observation6.00RO1M15AF
GRS-30306Spatial Modelling and Statistics6.00RO1M15MO
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO2M11AF, 2MO
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO2M12MO
GRS-33806Geo Scripting6.00RO2M13WD
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2M15MO
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO3M11AF, 4WD
PPS-30306Quantitative Analysis of Land Use Systems (QUALUS)6.00RO3M13WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00RO3M15AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO0M11MO
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M16WD
AEP-70424MSc Internship Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEP-70824MSc Internship Regional Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
DEC-70424MSc Internship Development Economics24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
PAP-70324MSc Internship Public Administration and Policy24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RHI-70424MSc Internship Rural and Environmental History24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
RSO-70424MSc Internship Rural Sociology24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70824MSc Internship Disaster Studies24.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO4M1/22WD
SDC-34806Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction6.00RO5M1/21AF
SDC-33806Policy, Projects and Programs for Development6.00RO5M1/22MO
SDC-31306Property Rights, Natural Resources and Conflict6.00RO5M1/25MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00RO0M12MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 5AF, 6AF
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M16WD
SGL-11806Fundamentals of Landscape6.00RO0M14WD
GEO-37306Global Landscapes and Place-Making6.00RO1M12AF
LAR-36806Climate-responsive Planning and Design6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-36306Foodscapes, Urban Lifestyles and Transition6.00RO1M12AF
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO1M12AF
LUP-60309Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning9.00RO2M16WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YML-30803Frontiers in Molecular Life Sciences3.00RO0M11MO
PCC-33309From Molecule to Designer Materials9.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
MOB-31812Toolbox Molecular Biology12.00RO2M1/22WD, 6WD
PCC-31303Research Methods Soft Matter3.00RO2M1/23AF
ORC-31303Advanced Research Methods in Organic Chemistry3.00RO2M1/23MO
MIB-30303Research Methods Microbiology3.00RO2M1/23MO, 4AF
BIC-30803Advanced Methods in Biochemical Research3.00RO2M1/24AF
BIP-32803Biophysical Imaging3.00RO2M1/24MO
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO2M1/25WD
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO3M1/24AF
BPE-21801International Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3M1/25WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO1AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1AM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11MO
CPT-38803Ethics of Food and Nutrition3.00RO2AM12AF, 6AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO2AM16AF
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO3M1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CBI-70424MSc Internship Cell Biology and Immunology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-70424MSc Internship Food Quality and Design24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HAP-70424MSc Internship Human and Animal Physiology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-71024MSc Internship Nutrition and Pharmacology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-72424MSc Internship Nutrition, Metabolism and Genomics24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-73824MSc Internship Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-74824MSc Internship Nutrition and Disease24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-75324MSc Internship Nutrition and Health over the Lifecourse24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FSE-21806Introduction to Organic Production Systems6.00RO0M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 5MO, 6MO
FSE-21306Organic Agriculture and Society6.00RO0M11MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00RO0M11MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO0M13WD, 4WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1CM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO1CM11MO, 1AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CSA-33303Masterclass Organic Agriculture3.00RO2M11WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
RSO-34806Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems6.00RO2M12AF
SBL-33306Integrated Natural Resource Management in Organic Agriculture6.00RO2M12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0BM11AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00RO0BM11AF, 5MO
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0AM11WD
GEN-20806Plant Biotechnology6.00RO0BM12MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00RO1M12MO
LAW-32306Intellectual Property Rights6.00RO1M13WD
NEM-32806Dilemmas in Food Safety and Security6.00RO1M14WD
MST-23406New Venture Creation: from Idea to Business Plan6.00RO1M15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2BM22WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO1M11MO, 2MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO2AM16WD
LUP-23806Planning for Urban Quality of Life6.00RO3BM12AF
ENP-36806Governance for Sustainable Cities6.00RO3AM13WD
ETE-33806Planning and Design of Urban Space6.00RO3BM15AF
ETE-32806Managing Urban Environmental Infrastructure6.00RO3CM15MO
ETE-25306Basic Technologies for Urban Environmental Management6.00RO4AM12MO
ETE-34306Energy, Water and Nutrient Cycles in the Built Environment6.00RO4M13WD
ETE-34806Resource Quality in the Circular Economy6.00RO4AM14WD
ETE-70824MSc Internship Urban Systems Engineering24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-81836MSc Thesis Urban Systems Engineering36.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO5AM11MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO5AM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO5AM14MO
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO5AM15AF
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO6AM12MO
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO6M14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO6M15AF
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO7M12AF
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO7AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO7AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00RO8M11MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO8M12AF
GRS-33306Advanced Geo-information Science for Earth and Environment6.00RO8M14WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-20806Environmental Management and Industry6.00RO9M11MO
MST-33806Circular Entrepreneurship: Co-creating the circular economy6.00RO9M12AF
MST-32306Strategic Change Management and Innovation6.00RO9M15AF
MST-70424MSc Internship Management Studies24.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MST-80436MSc Thesis Management Studies36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00RO10M11MO
LUP-32806Planning Perspectives of the 21st Century6.00RO10M14WD
LUP-70424MSc Internship Land Use Planning24.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
LUP-80436MSc Thesis Land Use Planning36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
XWT-23805Transport Phenomena in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-24305Physical Chemistry in Water Technology5.00RO1M11WD
XWT-21805Water Microbiology5.00RO1M12WD

Common part

Common Part

RO0: Students who completed the Micromaster Biobased Sciences from Wageningen University prior to enrollment in the master but after completing their bachelor can choose RO-0. For students choosing specialization B this RO-0 replaces 6 credits of RO-1 and of RO-2.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students should have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all courses of the B1 and FTE-26306 Data analysis biosystems engineering and FTE-25806 Research methods biosystems engineering.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser
RO-3: Choose 0 or 1 course from this cluster when you are interested in field robot design.

Common Part

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1 if you did Math A at VWO; choose MAT-15303 Statistics 1 if you did Math B at VWO
RO-2:Choose 36 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a BSc Internship Biology or your own coherent set of optional courses. Students that want to orientate themselves on the job market can choose the BSc Internship Biology (YBI-70324) as part of their optional courses. Students should have completed their BSc thesis Biology prior to starting with their BSc Internship Biology.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: Students with VWO Mathematics B choose RO1, with VWO Mathematics A choose RO2
RO-3: Choose 1 course in consultation with your study adviser
RO-4: Choose 0-2 courses in consultation with your study adviser. PEN-30306 is only allowed with permission from the study adviser
RO-5: Choose 30 credits of optional courses. You can either choose a minor, a 12 or 18 credits BSc Internship or your own coherent set of optional courses. If students choose the internship this is part of their optional courses (30 credits)

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Students with VWO Math A choose RO1A; students with VWO Math B choose RO1B
RO-2: Choose at least 6 credits
RO-3: Choose at least 3 credits

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1 - RO-2: choose RO1 or RO2 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
Choose 18 credits from RO3 or RO4

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.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1 and including the preparatory courses of the chosen chair group; see also the course guide.
Choose 12 credits of natural science or life science courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser
RO-1: Choose 1 course
RO-2: Choose 2 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser and depending on your BSc thesis:
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the economic chairgroups (AEP, DEC, ECH or ENR) choose 2 courses from RO2A
- students who want to do their BSc-thesis at one of the governance chairgroups (ENP or PAP) choose 1 course from RO2A and 1 course from RO2B

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS courses including all 60 credits of the B1; see also course description for supervising chair groups.

Common Part

Choose periods 1,2,3 or periods 4,5,6 for the internship-thesis combination, depending on your free choice or choice for specific minors. Before starting with the BSc-internship and BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and WRM-21312 and YRM-21306.

Common Part

Common Part

RO-1: Students with VWO mathematics A choose Mathematics 1; students with VWO mathematics B choose Statistics 1.
RO-2: Choose 1 course.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 or MAT-15303 depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser
RO-2: Choose 0 - 3 course.

Common Part

Choose 1 cluster from RO1-7:
Choose RO1 if you want to proceed in BAT
Choose RO2 if you want to proceed in BBI
Choose RO3 if you want to proceed in BBT
Choose RO4 if you want to proceed in BDW
Choose RO5 if you want to proceed in BLT
Choose RO6 if you want to proceed in BML
Choose RO7 if you want to proceed in BPW

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis part 2 students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses, including all 60 credits of the B1 and the thesis introductory B2 course of the chair group supervising the BSc thesis (see course guide for details).
RO1: depending on prior education students choose:
- Students with VWO Math A choose MAT-14803 Mathematics 1
- Students with VWO Math B choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity
- Students with VWO Math D choose PCC-22803 Theory of Relativity

Common Part

RO-1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B depending on your prior education and in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the B1.
RO-1: Choose MAT-14803 if you did VWO Mathematics A, choose MAT-15303 if you did VWO Mathematics B
MAT-20306: If you choose major A you should do this course in B2, period 5; if you choose major B you should do this course in B3.
Determine individual planning for B3 (courses, BSc Thesis Plant Sciences and free choice) in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Common Part

Before starting with the BSc-thesis students must have completed at least 102 credits of CS and RO courses including all 60 credits of the 1st year (B1).
RO-1: Choose 0 - 2 courses in consultation with your study adviser.

Common Part

YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-1 - RO-6: Choose 1 RO-cluster
- within RO-1 choose 2 courses from RO-1A
- within RO-2 choose 2 courses from RO-2A
- within RO-3 choose 2 courses from RO-3A
- within RO-6 choose 1 course from RO-6A
RO-7: Choose 1 course. The internship in RO-7 may be replaced by a 2nd thesis if the programme director or study adviser supports the replacement.
RO-7A: This internship can only be chosen if the MSc track entrepreneurship is completed. If this course is chosen and completed and the MSc track entrepreneurship is not completed, this internship becomes invalid as fulfilment for RO-7.
RO-8: Choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with the study adviser, depending on prior training or relevant working experience. If YMC-61303 is chosen, the choice for YMC-60300 will be limited and one disciplinary course has to be chosen in addition.

Common Part

Internship replacement:
- approval of the study advisor is required to replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
- students who choose the Research Variant must replace the internship by a second thesis of at least 24 credits.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser 12 credits as Academic Master Cluster.
Note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: The Laboratory Animal Science course (RO-2) should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: Choose 1 internship (or second thesis) in consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: If you did not follow an advanced statistics course in your previous education, this course is compulsory, but discuss this with your study adviser
RO-1: These are optional courses, not specificaly related to any of the specializations
RO-2: Choose in consultation with your study adviser either (1) YMC-60809 + YMC-60300 or (2) YMC-61303 + YMC-60300 + an additional optional course or (3) YAS-60312. Please note: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser in dependence of pre-education; students with limited life science background have to choose BIC-20306 or GEN-21306; students without programming skills have to choose INF22306; students who did not follow SSB20306 in their pre-education have to include SSB-20306.
RO-1: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-2: Choose at least 12 credits of either RO2A or RO2B. If you choose RO2B include at least 6 credits from BIF30806 or BIF31306
RO-3: Choose at least 6 credits.
RO-4: Choose 12 credits; if YMC-60300 is chosen,please, note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overvieuw on possible MOS courses please see under YMC60300 in the study handbook; if YEI-60312 is choosen, please, notice that you have to complete a thesis before start of YEI-60312.
RO-5: Choose 1 thesis.
RO-6: Choose 1 internship or an additional thesis of at least 24 credits at one to the chairs offering an internship as RO6.

Common Part

RO-1: In consultation and agreement with your study advisor choose for RO1A or RO-1B
- If you want to keep all options open after your MSc Biology, you should choose RO-1A .
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- Students who want to become a PhD-student may choose RO1B.
RO-2: EZO-32303 should be followed if you want to obtain certification to work with laboratory animals.
RO-3: this is an optional course, not specifically related to any of the specializations.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. When choosing RO-1, select in addition either RO-1A or RO-1B.
RO-1A: Note that YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of MOS courses, please check the study handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-1B: Note that this course is taught in the late afternoon of period 6.
RO-2: Note that your MSc thesis has to be completed before starting the Research Master Cluster.
Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1: Depending on your preparatory education, choose 1 course in consultation and agreement with your study adviser. At the study adviser's discretion, the selected course may be exchanged for an advanced course of similar orientation.
RO-2: Choose A, B or C in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-3: Select 1 internship in consultation with your study adviser. You may exchange the internship for a second thesis if you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities (including a summer school and a series of seminars), and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy linked to the major Environmental Policy (Specialization Climate, Society and Economics).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-3: Choose 1 RO-cluster. Before starting the thesis students should have completed the compulsory subjects.
- If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 thesis from RO-1A.
RO-4: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by an internship or a minor thesis with one of the (other) social science chair groups or with any other chair group in case of an internship or minor thesis with an interdisciplinary character (beta-gamma integration).

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Students with (supervised) work experience on an academic level can exchange the internship for a second thesis in consultation with your study adviser.
Career preparation: students can choose one of the following tracks in consultation with your study adviser.
- General track: YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809 Academic Consultancy Training (RO-1A).
- Research track: choose YEI-60312 Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing (RO-1B).
- Climate change track: choose WSG-60812 (RO-1C).
- Entrepreneurship track: The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track: For Dutch students with a BBW degree and a completed minor education, who choose specialization A or B, it is possible to obtain your ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Physics. Consult your study adviser for detailed information.

Common Part

RO-1: Choose either RO-1A, RO-1B, RO-1C or RO-1D in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
RO-2: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-3: Choose if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-4: Choose 1 or more supporting courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-5: For a minor in Environmental Education or Environmental Communication and Innovation, choose RO-5, 1 additional course from RO-5A if your study adviser deems it necessary, and 1 thesis or internship from RO-5B as substitute for the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship of clusters RO-6 - RO-15 for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.
RO-6 - RO15: Choose 1 cluster.
RO-6: Choose 1 course from RO-6A.
RO-7: Choose 2 courses from RO-7B; choose RO-7A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-8: Choose 1 course from RO-8B; choose RO8A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-9: Choose 1 course from RO-9B; choose RO-9A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-10: Choose RO-10A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-11: Choose 1 course from RO-11A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-12: Choose 1 course from RO-12A and 1 course from RO-12B.
RO-13: Choose 6 credits from RO-13B; choose RO-13A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-14: Choose 1 course from RO-14B; choose RO-14A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-15: Choose 2 courses from RO-15B; choose RO-15A too if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. There is a selective track Sustainable Development Diplomacy attached to the Environmental Policy cluster (RO13).
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0 - 5 courses in consultation with your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose in consultation with your study adviser, RO-1A, RO-1B or RO-1C.
- RO-1A: Consultancy orientation: YMC-60809 and YMC-60300. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1B: students with relevant working experience: YMC-60400 is also an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 6 credits modular skills (MOS) courses including ECS-65500 Argumentation Skills or ECS-66600 Academic Argumentation Skills in Writing and Debate
- RO-1C: Research orientation: YEI-60312.
RO-2: Choose 1 internship or choose a second thesis. Replacement of internship by a second thesis is subject to approval by the study adviser.

Common Part

Students will only be admitted to the thesis or internship upon completion of the courses in the Common Part and at least one course from the specialisation.
The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: choose this course after consultation with your study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose 1 course after consultation with your study advisor; students with a background in food science or technology choose FQD-31806, students without a background in food science choose FQD-22306.

Common Part

The internship topic has to be appropriate for the specialisation of choice.
RO-0: Choose these courses after consultation with your study advisor

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose 1 internship after consultation with your study advisor.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 0-2 courses, if these competences are not present according to the study adviser
RO-1: Choose 2 courses
RO-2: Choose 1 course
RO-3: Choose preferentially at least 1 course in the field of the Wageningen UR domain: natural resources and living environment; society and well-being; food, feed and biobased production

Common Part

RO0: Choose 0 - 3 courses from RO0 depending on prior training and in consultation and agreement with the study adviser
RO1: Choose one course
RO2: Dependent on your interest, choose 1 course
RO3: Choose 1 course
RO4: Choose 1 course
RO5: Choose 1 thesis
RO6: Choose in consultation and agreement with the study adviser one internship from RO6; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a second thesis

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select 1-2 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part

RO-0: Choose 1 - 3 courses if your study adviser deems it necessary.
RO-1: Select in consultation and agreement with your study adviser 1 internship; in certain cases the internship may be replaced by a minor thesis with a social science chair group.
RO-2 - RO-4: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook.
RO5: Choose 0 - 3 courses in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS); ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

Note 1: You can apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements and complete extracurricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars. Ask your study adviser for information. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the Study Handbook

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose (YMC-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312 or ESA-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study.
Handbook.
Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose this course if these competencies are not present according to your study adviser.
RO-1: Choose 1 course.
RO-2: Choose (LUP-60309 and YMC-60300) or YEI-60312.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please refer to YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
Notes:
You may apply for the AMS label (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions) in the area of Metropolitan Issues. This label is awarded if specific requirements with regard to the thesis are met and after completing specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars. For more information please see the YMS section in the Study Handbook. Ask your study advisor for more information.

Common Part

It is not allowed to choose subjects that already were part of one's BSc programme at WU
RO0: select if your study adviser deems it necessary

Common Part


Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.

Period schedule MMD year 1:
Period 1 (15 ECTS): 3 September – 9 November 2018
Period 2 (9 ECTS): 12 November – 21 December 2018
Period 3 (6 ECTS): 7 January - 1 February 2019
Period 4 - electives (18 ECTS): 11 February – 10 May 2019
Period 5 (12 ECTS): 13 May – 5 July 2019

Period schedule MMD year 2:
Thesis and living lab (54 ECTS): 3 September 2018 – 7 June 2019
Professional profile (6 ECTS): 10 June – 5 July 2019

Common Part

RO-1 - RO-2: Select 1 RO-cluster in consultation and agreement with the study adviser.
If RO-1 is selected:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses from the second category (except for Professional Ethics and Introduction Philosophy of Science. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- the Academic Consultancy Training (ACT) and the MOS-courses may be replaced by an entrepreneurial variant.

Note: You can opt for the selective Graduate Programme of the Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS). Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

RO-0: Choose after consulting your study advisor 0 or 12 credits to start this MSc programme.
RO1: choose RO-1A or RO-1B
Career preparation:
- General track (RO-1A): YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook. Complete the track with YMC-60809.
- Research track (RO-1B): choose YEI-60312.
- Entrepreneurship track. The internship needs to be co-supervised by ELS or MST. Further details see: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/article/MSc-Track-Entrepreneurship.htm.
- Educational track. - Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘tweedegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry or Physics can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the education module, see https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Chair-groups/Social-Sciences/Education-and-Competence-Studies-Group/Education-for-students/Teacher-training/Minor-Education.htm
- Dutch students who want to obtain the ‘eerstegraads lesbevoegdheid’ in Chemistry, and who already completed the Minor Education minor can, after consultation with your study adviser, replace the specialization related internship with the second half of the ‘lerarenopleiding scheikunde’ at Radboud University Nijmegen.
RO-2: Choose at least 1 course.
RO-3: Optionally, choose from this cluster.

Common Part

This common part is not applicable for specialisation E.
Choose 1 cluster from RO-1 - RO-3; take into account:
- YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-1: If RO-1 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-1A.
- RO-2: If RO-2 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-2A. NOTE: RO-2 can only be selected by those students that meet the professional competencies from YMC-60809 based on prior education and/or professional career, to be decided by the MNH-programme-team.
- RO-3: YEI-60312 has specific prerequisites.
RO-4: In consultation with the study adviser, students either choose an internship or a second thesis of at least 24 credits from the chairgroups HNE, HAP, TOX, CPT or CBI.
In general students with a professional Bachelor degree should opt for a second thesis. Students with an academic Bachelor degree should opt for an internship.
The FQD internship is linked to specialisation D only.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A, RO-1B, or RO-1C + an additional optional course:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
- RO-1C is meant for students with verifiable prior experience in project work and reflective learning.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

Common Part

RO-0:Choose courses from RO-0:
- RO-0A: Choose this course after consultation with your study adviser.
- RO-0B: Choose a maximum of two courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. It is not allowed to include both Gene Technology (MOB-20306) and Plant Biotechnology (GEN-20806) into your MPB-programme. 
RO-1: Choose one course.
RO-2: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-2A or RO-2B:
- RO-2A focuses on consultancy and business. YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
- RO-2B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.

Common Part

Choose RO-1 if your study adviser deems it necessary.
Choose either RO-2A or RO-2B in consultation with your study adviser.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code that itself cannot be selected. Instead, choose 3 credits worth of modular skills courses from the list as published in the Study Handbook under YMC-60300.
Choose 2 courses from RO-3A, RO-3B, and RO-3C.
Select 1 cluster from RO-4 - RO-10:
- If RO4 is selected, choose RO-3C and 1 course from RO-4A in consultation and agreement with your study adviser.
- If RO-5 is selected, choose 12 credits from RO-5A.
- If RO-6 is selected, choose RO-6A if your study adviser deems it necessary.
- If RO-7 is selected, choose 1 course from RO-7A.
- If RO-10 is selected, choose both courses labelled RO-3B.
If you have (supervised) work experience on an academic level, you may exchange the internship for a second thesis (minor) with another chair group than the one where the major thesis is done; approval by the study adviser is required.

Notes:
1. You may apply for the Climate-KIC certificate issued by the European Institute of Technology. This certificate is awarded if you meet specific admission requirements, complete extra-curricular study activities, including a summer school and a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements regarding your major thesis and internship.
2. You may apply for the AMS label issued by the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. This label is awarded if you complete specific study activities such as attending a summer school and/or a series of seminars, and meet specific requirements with regard to your major thesis.
3. There is a selective research-oriented track.
Ask your study adviser for information.

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply for specialisation F - Online Master Plant Breeding.
RO-0: Choose this course after consultation with the study advisor.
RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.

Common Part

Note: calender academic year and system of periods differ from Wageningen University. Please contact your study adviser.
RO-1 Choose 1-3 courses in consultation with your study advisor.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
FEM-10803Introduction to Forest and Nature Conservation3.00CSB11AF
FPH-10306Food Technology I6.00CSB11AF
HNE-11804Introduction to the field of Nutrition and Health4.00CSB11AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB11AF
MCB-11805Introduction to Management and Consumer Studies5.00CSB11AF
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11AF
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
RHI-10806Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective6.00CSB11AF
YAS-10306Introduction Animal Sciences6.00CSB11AF
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11AF
YNH-10302Basic Skills for BVG-students2.00CSB11AF
YSS-12301Skills for BBC-students1.00CSB11AF
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
BPE-13303Introduction to Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology3.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CBI-10806Introduction in Cell Biology6.00CSB11MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB11MO
ENP-11303Sustainable Solutions to Environmental Problems3.00CSB11MO
FTE-12303Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 13.00CSB11MO
HSO-10806Introduction to Health and Society6.00CSB11MO
HWM-10803Introduction Soil, Water, Atmosphere3.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB11MO
NEM-10306Introduction Plant Sciences6.00CSB11MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB11MO
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB11MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
YEI-10803Introduction Environmental Sciences3.00CSB11MO
LAR-13809Integrated Studio 19.00CSB11WD
WRM-12309Orientation on International Land and Water Management9.00CSB11WD
GEO-11806Tourism: Principles & Practice6.00CSB11WD+2WD
GEO-12306Society, History & Globalisation6.00CSB11WD+2WD
MAT-15806Research Methods 16.00CSB11WD+2WD+3WD
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12AF
CPT-12806Communication Theory6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
FNP-11806Forest, Nature, Society6.00CSB12AF
FTE-12803Introduction Biosystems Engineering part 23.00CSB12AF
GEO-10306Human Geography6.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB12AF
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
ORC-13803Bio-organic Chemistry for Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
PCC-12303General Chemistry 13.00CSB12AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
SGL-12803Introduction to Soil Geography3.00CSB12AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB12AF
AEP-10303Introduction Economics3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10303Physics MLS3.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
BIP-10306Introductory Physics6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CBI-10306Cell Biology6.00CSB12MO
CPT-15303Science, Technology and Society3.00CSB12MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB12MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB12MO
HNE-10806Nutrition and Health: Macronutrients, Energy and Health6.00CSB12MO
LUP-12803Integrated Studio 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB12MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB12MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB12MO
PCC-13803General Chemistry 2 MLS3.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
RSO-13805Sociology of Health5.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
SCH-11806Sociology of Business, Consumption and Economics6.00CSB12MO
AEP-10806Economics & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
ESA-11306Environment & Tourism6.00CSB12WD+3WD
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13AF
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
SGL-11303Introduction to Soil Science3.00CSB13AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB13AF+4AF
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
HWM-10303Water 13.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB13MO
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB13MO
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
GEN-11806Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular Biology6.00CSB13WD
HAP-10306Principles of Human Physiology6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RHI-11306Social Transitions in Historical Perspective6.00CSB13WD
RSO-12306Biosystems Engineering and Society6.00CSB13WD
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB13WD
ENP-11806Sociology & Tourism6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
SGL-12306Tourism Geographies6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD
XTO-14806Statistics & Mathematics6.00CSB13WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14AF
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB14AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB14MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB14MO
ORC-12803Organic Chemistry 13.00CSB14MO
PCC-12803General Chemistry for the Life Sciences3.00CSB14MO
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB14WD
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB14WD
FCH-11306Nutritional Aspects of Foods6.00CSB14WD
FNP-24806People and Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB14WD
GEN-11306Evolution and Systematics6.00CSB14WD
LAW-12306Legal Regulation and Management of Production Chains6.00CSB14WD
LUP-13306Theory and Methodology of Planning and Design6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
BEC-10306Introduction to Business Economics6.00CSB15AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
BIC-10306Practical Biological Chemistry6.00CSB15AF
CSA-10806Introduction Quantitative Agroecology6.00CSB15AF
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15AF
HWM-21806Hydraulics and Hydrometry6.00CSB15AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
MCB-10806Social Psychology6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB15AF
PAP-10306Public Administration and Policy Making6.00CSB15AF
PCC-12403General Chemistry 23.00CSB15AF
SGL-22803Soils and Landscapes of the Netherlands3.00CSB15AF
YAS-11803Animal Science in Society3.00CSB15AF
BPE-12806Bioprocess Engineering Basics BT6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
CPT-14306Life Sciences for Communication Scientists6.00CSB15MO
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB15MO
ENP-10806Environmental Policy Instruments6.00CSB15MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB15MO
EZO-10306Human and Animal Biology I6.00CSB15MO
FEM-10306Ecology of Forests6.00CSB15MO
FQD-10306Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality6.00CSB15MO
FTE-14303Engineering problem solving3.00CSB15MO
HNE-28305Metabolic Aspects of Nutrition5.00CSB15MO
HSO-10306Global Health6.00CSB15MO
MAQ-10306Introduction Atmosphere6.00CSB15MO
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB15MO
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB15MO
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00CSB15MO
ORC-12903Organic Chemistry 23.00CSB15MO
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
PPH-10806Structure and Function of Plants6.00CSB15MO
SGL-23312Landscape Geography12.00CSB15WD
YHP-11303Orientation Course BSc Honours Programme3.00CSB15WD
MCB-12306Consumer Behaviour & Marketing Management6.00CSB15WD+6WD
XTO-14306National Field Project6.00CSB15WD+6WD
CPT-13806Ethics, Health and Society6.00CSB16AF
ELS-10301Presentation Skills (BSc)1.00CSB16AF
FPH-10803Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists3.00CSB16AF
FTE-14806CAD and Mechanics6.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB16AF
MIB-11306Microbiology and Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health6.00CSB16AF
PCC-23303Introductory Thermodynamics B3.00CSB16AF
PEN-20503Ecology II3.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB16MO
BIP-10803Physics for Life Sciences3.00CSB16MO
BPE-10305Process Engineering Basics5.00CSB16MO
BPE-11303Biotechnology 13.00CSB16MO
CPT-13306Methods for Effective Communication6.00CSB16MO
DEC-22306Macroeconomics & Policy6.00CSB16MO
FCH-12306Food Technology for Nutritionists6.00CSB16MO
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
PEN-10503Ecology I3.00CSB16MO
RSO-12806Eating, Customs and Health6.00CSB16MO
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
BIC-10807Molecular Life Sciences7.00CSB16WD
BIP-11805Introduction Quantum Mechanics5.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
BIS-10306Biodiversity of The Netherlands 6.00CSB16WD
CSA-10306Cropping Systems and Knowledge of Crops6.00CSB16WD
ESA-10309Environmental Sciences and Society9.00CSB16WD
FPE-10808Food Production Chains8.00CSB16WD
FTE-15301Orientation on the Biosystems Engineering Profession1.00CSB16WD
GRS-10806Geo-information Science for Planning and Design6.00CSB16WD
LAR-12803Studio Design Basics3.00CSB16WD
LUP-11803Studio Planning Basics3.00CSB16WD
NEM-10806Orientation Plant Sciences6.00CSB16WD
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB16WD
PEN-10806Forest and Nature Conservation I: Introductory Field Course6.00CSB16WD
SGL-10309Integration Course Soil, Water, Atmosphere9.00CSB16WD
SLM-10806Design in Land and Water Management 16.00CSB16WD
YAS-11306Internship6.00CSB16WD
ABG-20306Animal Breeding and Genetics6.00CSB21AF
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
CLB-10803Reproduction of Plants3.00CSB21AF
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
ETE-10806Introduction Environmental Technology6.00CSB21AF
FHM-20306Food Microbiology6.00CSB21AF
HAP-11303Academic skills for Biologists3.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HNE-24806Introduction to Epidemiology and Public Health6.00CSB21AF
HPP-22803Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology3.00CSB21AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00CSB21AF
LAR-24306Landscape Engineering6.00CSB21AF
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00CSB21AF
MIB-20306Microbial Physiology6.00CSB21AF
ORC-11806Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry6.00CSB21AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB21AF
PAP-20306Studying Public Governance: Key Concepts and Leading Authors6.00CSB21AF
SLM-10306Land Degradation and Remediation6.00CSB21AF
BIP-24806Atomic and Molecular Structure6.00CSB21MO
BPE-20806Separation Process Design6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
CPT-25306Research Methods for Communication Sciences6.00CSB21MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB21MO
FPE-20806Mathematical Concepts for Food Technology6.00CSB21MO
FTE-24806Engineering Design6.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-20306Human and Animal Biology, part 26.00CSB21MO
HAP-21303Integrated Human Physiology3.00CSB21MO
MAQ-11306Air Quality6.00CSB21MO
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00CSB21MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00CSB21MO
PBR-22303Plant Breeding3.00CSB21MO
PHP-21303Fundamentals of Plant Pathology and Entomology3.00CSB21MO
SLM-20806Water Quantity and Quality6.00CSB21MO
TOX-20303General Toxicology3.00CSB21MO
WRM-10306Irrigation and Water Management6.00CSB21MO
YHP-11802Kick-off BSc Honours Programme@Texel2.00CSB21WD
MST-26306Organisational Behaviour & Business Management6.00CSB21WD+2WD
PAP-22306Policy, Governance & Law6.00CSB21WD+2WD
MAT-25806Research Methods 26.00CSB21WD+2WD+3WD
ADP-20306Immunology and Thermoregulation6.00CSB22AF
BPE-22306Basic Cell Factory Design6.00CSB22AF
CPT-10803Philosophy of Science and Ethics3.00CSB22AF
CPT-11303Philosophy of Communication and Society3.00CSB22AF
ESA-20506Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis6.00CSB22AF
FPE-21306Food Production and Preservation6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
HNE-20306Nutrition Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
MAQ-23306System Earth: Scale Dependence, Feedbacks and Global Change6.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15003Mathematics 33.00CSB22AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB22AF
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00CSB22AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00CSB22AF
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00CSB22AF
UEC-10406Microeconomics and Behaviour6.00CSB22AF
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB22AF
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00CSB22MO
CPT-23306Communication & Persuasion6.00CSB22MO
ENP-23806Sustainability Transitions: Concepts, Issues and Indicators6.00CSB22MO
EZO-23306Modelling Biological Systems6.00CSB22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB22MO
HSO-20306Environmental Assets for Health6.00CSB22MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB22MO
MAT-24306Advanced Statistics for Nutritionists6.00CSB22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00CSB22MO
QVE-20306Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics6.00CSB22MO
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
SLM-20306Land and Water Engineering6.00CSB22MO
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00CSB22MO
YSS-20306Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques in the Social Sciences6.00CSB22MO
CPT-25806Tourism Development & Planning6.00CSB22WD+3WD
GEO-23806Philosophy of Science & Ethics in Tourism6.00CSB22WD+3WD
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB23AF
EZO-20306Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi6.00CSB23AF+6WD
CPT-24803Communication and Technology3.00CSB23MO
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
MOB-20803Mechanisms of Development3.00CSB23MO
AEP-22306Landscape Economics and Politics6.00CSB23WD
ANU-20306Principles of Animal Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB23WD
CPT-35306Communication and Organisations6.00CSB23WD
FPH-20306Food Physics6.00CSB23WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB23WD
HNE-23306Pharmacology and Nutrition6.00CSB23WD
HSO-20806Health Psychology6.00CSB23WD
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00CSB23WD
PAP-30806Governance and Policy Change6.00CSB23WD
CPT-26306Cross-Cultural Studies6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
ESA-23806Tourism Systems Analysis6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GEO-24306Tourism Destination Management6.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
XTO-24312International Field Practicum12.00CSB23WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
SOC-22803Introduction to Soil Chemical, Physical and Biological Processes3.00CSB24AF
AEW-23803Water 23.00CSB24MO
APS-20806Systems Approach in Animal Sciences6.00CSB24WD
BCT-21306Control Engineering6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
FNP-21306Management of Forest and Nature Organisations6.00CSB24WD
FQD-21306Food Packaging and Design6.00CSB24WD
GRS-10306Introduction Geo-information Science6.00CSB24WD
HNE-29303Measuring Dietary Intake3.00CSB24WD
INF-22803Intro to Data Structures and Algorithms for Health3.00CSB24WD
MST-25306Management and Innovation in the Health Sector6.00CSB24WD
PBR-21306Biosystematics, Evolution and Agrobiodiversity6.00CSB24WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB24WD
BCT-22803Physical Transport Phenomena3.00CSB25AF
BEC-21806Introduction to Business Economics, Management and Marketing6.00CSB25AF
BHE-20303Animal Behaviour3.00CSB25AF
BIP-24306Spectroscopy and Imaging6.00CSB25AF
BPE-21306Bioreactor Design6.00CSB25AF
CPT-10303Biology and philosophy; exploring open questions3.00CSB25AF
ENR-22306Public Sector Economics6.00CSB25AF
FHM-22806Food Hazards6.00CSB25AF
FNP-23303Value Chains for Sustainable Landscapes: Theories, Tools and Practices3.00CSB25AF
FTE-25303Building Physics and Climate Engineering3.00CSB25AF
HNE-25806Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health I6.00CSB25AF
MAQ-22806Atmosphere-Vegetation-Soil Interactions6.00CSB25AF
PEN-21803Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Theory3.00CSB25AF
SCH-23306Health Issues in Daily Life; a Bèta-Gamma Approach6.00CSB25AF
SDC-22806Natural Resource Governance in a Complex World6.00CSB25AF
CBI-20803Introduction to Human Immunology3.00CSB25MO
CPT-32306Behavioural Interventions for Health6.00CSB25MO
ENP-24803Social-Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues3.00CSB25MO
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
FHM-31806Biotechnology 26.00CSB25MO
FPE-20306Food Engineering6.00CSB25MO
FTE-26306Data Analysis Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB25MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00CSB25MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00CSB25MO
VIR-20803Human infectious diseases3.00CSB25MO
ETE-25812Environmental Project Studies12.00CSB25MO+6WD
WRM-21312Design in Land and Water Management 212.00CSB25MO+6WD
AEP-31806Economic Analysis of Coordination6.00CSB26AF
ENT-20806Integrated Pest Management6.00CSB26AF
FQD-23306Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach6.00CSB26AF
FTE-25806Research Methods Biosystems Engineering6.00CSB26AF
GEN-21803Principles of Human Genetics3.00CSB26AF
HNE-29803Basic Sensory Science3.00CSB26AF
UEC-11806Economics of Health and Care6.00CSB26AF
FTE-27306Sensor Technology6.00CSB26MO
HNE-26306Research Methodology for Nutrition and Health II6.00CSB26MO
INF-20806Applied Information Technology6.00CSB26MO
NEM-20306Research Methodology in Plant Sciences6.00CSB26MO
YRM-21806Data Analysis for Health and Society6.00CSB26MO
BIC-20806Enzymology6.00CSB26WD
BNT-20806Bio-Inorganic Chemistry6.00CSB26WD
ESA-22303International Study Visits Environmental Sciences3.00CSB26WD
FCH-22308Food Properties and Function8.00CSB26WD
FEM-20909Forest and Nature Conservation II - Management Planning and Tools9.00CSB26WD
FQD-20804Quality Systems Operations4.00CSB26WD
HWM-23306Field Practical Hydrology, Water Quality and Meteorology6.00CSB26WD
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
MOB-20306Gene Technology6.00CSB26WD
PEN-22303Ecology of Communities, Ecosystems and Landscapes: Field Excursions3.00CSB26WD
REG-21306Introduction in Animal Ecology6.00CSB26WD
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD
SGL-22306Geology, Soils and Landscapes of the Rhine-Meuse Delta6.00CSB26WD
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00CSB26WD
YHP-23810BSc Honours Broadening10.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31312BSc Honours Deepening12.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
YHP-31803BSc Honours Personal Development3.00CSB2/31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB2/31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
YNH-20301BSc Assessment for BVG students1.00CSB2/32WD
YBT-80324BSc Thesis Biotechnology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-70318BSc Internship International Land and Water Management18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80324BSc Thesis Biosystems Engineering24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YEI-80812BSc Thesis International Land and Water Management12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-80824BSc Thesis Food Science and Technology24.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-20802Skills portfolio for BVG2.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YNH-80312BSc Thesis Nutrition and Health12.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
YPS-82318BSc Thesis Plant Sciences18.00CSB31,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-30306Strategic Planning in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00CSB31AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSB31AF, 1MO, 2AF, 2MO, 5MO, 6MO
AEP-21306Econometrics6.00CSB31MO
FQD-24306Case Studies Product Quality6.00CSB31MO, 4WD
YAS-21303Personal Development and Academic Skills3.00CSB31MO, 5MO
YBI-85812BSc Thesis Biology12.00CSB31WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-20801International Study Visits for Animal Sciences1.00CSB31WD, 5WD
YAS-80312BSc Thesis Animal Sciences12.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
YML-80321BSc Thesis Molecular Life Sciences21.00CSB31WD+2WD, 5WD+6WD
FNP-32806Science and Expertise in Nature and Environment6.00CSB32AF
YML-20303Philosophy of Science and Ethics in Molecular Life Sciences3.00CSB32AF, 5AF
PEN-80812BSc Thesis Forest and Nature Conservation12.00CSB32MO+3WD, 5AF+6WD
YSS-81312BSc Thesis Economics and Governance12.00CSB32WD+3WD
SGL-80812BSc Thesis Soil, Water, Atmosphere12.00CSB32WD+3WD, 5WD+6WD
ENP-38803Sustainable Technology Development: Analysis Assignment3.00CSB34AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00CSB34MO
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00CSB34WD
HSO-30306Health Policy and Action6.00CSB34WD
LAR-29306History of Ideas in Landscape Architecture and Planning6.00CSB34WD
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB35AF
HSO-31306Systematic Reviews in Health and Society6.00CSB35AF
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00CSB35AF
CPT-34806Research for Effective Communication6.00CSB35MO
SCH-21306Demography and Global Population Issues6.00CSB35MO
GEO-80818BSc Thesis Tourism18.00CSB35MO+6WD
CPT-81812BSc Thesis Communicatie en Life Sciences12.00CSB36WD
YSS-84312BSc Thesis Health and Society12.00CSB36WD
AEW-22806Marine Systems6.00CSM11AF
ETE-22806Principles of Urban Environmental Management6.00CSM11AF
FTE-34806Modelling of Biobased Production Systems6.00CSM11AF
GEO-31806Tourism & Sustainable Development6.00CSM11AF
MST-26806Circular Economy6.00CSM11AF
SDC-21804Introduction to the Sociology of Development, Knowledge and Change M4.00CSM11AF
SLM-30306Issues and Concepts in International Land and Water Management6.00CSM11AF
YEI-30806Environmental Data Collection and Analysis6.00CSM11AF
AFI-31306Life History of Aquatic Organisms6.00CSM11MO
BCT-23806Principles of Biobased Economy6.00CSM11MO
CPT-21304Introduction to Technology, Agro-ecology and Development M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-23804Introduction to Communication and Innovation Studies M4.00CSM11MO
CPT-31006Integral Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences6.00CSM11MO
ESA-23306Introduction to Global Change6.00CSM11MO
FQD-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
GEO-30306Concepts & Approaches to Tourism Society and Environment6.00CSM11MO
GRS-34306Geo-information Science in Context6.00CSM11MO
LAR-37306Reflections on Planning and Design Practices6.00CSM11MO
SDC-36306Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies6.00CSM11MO
YEI-30306Interdisciplinary Topics in Earth and Environment6.00CSM11MO
XWT-20805Water Technologies in Global Context5.00CSM11WD
YMS-30812Metropolitan Challenges12.00CSM11WD
FTE-34306Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems6.00CSM12AF
YEI-31306Trends in Aquaculture6.00CSM12AF
ENP-35806Environmental Quality and Governance6.00CSM12AF, 5AF
FTE-33806Biosystems Design6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
LUP-36806Landscape Theory and Analysis6.00CSM12MO
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM12MO
YRM-30806Research Methods and Data Analysis in Communication and Health6.00CSM12MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00CSM12MO, 5MO, 6MO
XWT-32305Colloid Chemistry5.00CSM12WD
XWT-33305Chemical Reactor Design5.00CSM12WD
YMS-30306Metropolitan Innovators6.00CSM12WD
YMS-31303Metropolitan Data 13.00CSM12WD
YMS-31803Entrepreneurial Skills 13.00CSM12WD
CPT-60306Facilitating Interactive Processes6.00CSM13WD
GEO-37806Research Methodology for Planning and Design6.00CSM13WD
SSB-30306Molecular Systems Biology6.00CSM13WD
XWT-30305Biological Water Treatment and Recovery Technology5.00CSM13WD
XWT-31305Bioreactor Design5.00CSM13WD
XWT-34305Multi-component Mass Transfer in Membrane Processes5.00CSM13WD
YBI-37806Frontiers in Biology6.00CSM13WD
YMS-31403Metropolitan Data 23.00CSM13WD
YMS-31903Entrepreneurial Skills 23.00CSM13WD
CPT-36806Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice6.00CSM14WD
FQD-64306Food Quality Management Research Principles I 6.00CSM14WD
GEO-30806Research Methodologies for Tourism, Society & Environment6.00CSM14WD
XWT-34810Business Case Design Project10.00CSM14WD
XWT-35305Computational Methods in Water Technology5.00CSM14WD
YSS-60806Cutting Edge Issues in Development and Rural Innovation6.00CSM14WD+5WD+6WD
WRM-32306Research Approaches to Land and Water Management6.00CSM15AF
FQD-64806Food Quality Management Research Principles II6.00CSM15MO
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM16AF
FHM-61312Food Safety Management12.00CSM16WD
GRS-60312Remote Sensing and GIS Integration12.00CSM16WD
SDC-33306Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences6.00CSM16WD
WRM-60309Sustainable Land and Water Management in Spain9.00CSM16WD
YMS-60312Metropolitan Solutions12.00CSM16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00CSM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6WD, 6AF
PHP-31803Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 13.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
PHP-31903Current Topics in Plant Biotechnology Part 23.00CSM1/21AF+2AF+3AF+4AF+5AF+6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00CSM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00CSM1/21WD, 6WD
YNH-30302Frontiers in Nutrition Science2.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
YSS-31306Thesis Path MDR6.00CSM1/21WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
GRS-70424MSc Internship Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
GRS-80436MSc Thesis Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-70324Amsterdam Living Laboratory24.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMS-80330Thesis Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering30.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
XWT-70415MSc Internship Water Technology15.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
XWT-80440MSc Thesis Water Technology40.00CSM21WD, 2WD, 3WD, 4WD
YMS-32306Professional Profile6.00CSM26WD
BCT-34324Micromaster Biobased Sciences for Sustainability24.00RO0M11,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
CSA-20306Soil-Plant Relations6.00RO2B2/33WD
PPH-10306Biology of Plants6.00RO2B2/33WD
YAS-10806Biology of Domestic Animals6.00RO2B2/33WD
MIB-10306Microbiology & Biochemistry6.00RO2B32AF, 3AF+4AF
FTE-26812Field Robot Design12.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
YBI-70324BSc Internship Biology24.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B12MO
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO3B31MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO3B31MO
ELS-21301Self Assessment for BSc-students1.00RO4B2/35AF
PEN-30306Plant, Vegetation and Systems Ecology6.00RO4B36WD
FEM-70812BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management12.00RO5
FEM-70818BSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management18.00RO5
FNP-70812BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy12.00RO5
FNP-70818BSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy18.00RO5
PEN-70812BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation12.00RO5
PEN-70818BSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation18.00RO5
REG-70812BSc Internship Resource Ecology12.00RO5
REG-70818BSc Internship Resource Ecology18.00RO5
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB12MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2B22MO
FCH-20806Food Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
ORC-20306Bio-organic Chemistry6.00RO2B22MO
SSB-20806iBiosystems6.00RO2B22MO
BPE-12301National Excursion Biotechnology1.00RO3B31,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO3B31MO, 5MO
PCC-22306Driving Forces in Chemistry, Physics and Biology6.00RO3B32AF
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO3B33WD, 5MO
BCT-23306Biorefinery6.00RO3B34WD
MAT-24803Mathematics for Time-dependent Systems3.00RO3B35MO
PCC-20806Soft Matter6.00RO3B35MO
BCT-24306Renewable Resources and the (Bio)Chemical Production of Industrial Chemicals6.00RO3B36AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO2B11AF
HWM-24306Environmental Hydraulics6.00RO3B31AF
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO3B31AF, 2MO
HWM-20806Hydrogeology6.00RO3B31MO
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO3B32AF
HWM-23806Geophysical Fluid Mechanics6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO3B32AF
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO3B32AF
MAQ-32306Boundary-layer Processes6.00RO3B32MO
SGL-32806Soil and Landscape Variability6.00RO3B33WD
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO4B34WD
MAQ-30306Atmospheric Practical6.00RO4B34WD
GRS-20806Geo-information Tools6.00RO4B35AF
SLM-21306Subsurface Solute Transport6.00RO4B35MO
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO4B36WD
SGL-33306Geology and Landscapes of the World6.00RO4B36WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO1B24WD
FNP-24306Governance for Forest, Nature and Biodiversity6.00RO1B25MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00RO1B32AF
AEP-21806Agriculture, Food and Policy6.00RO2AB24WD
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO2BB24WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO2AB25MO
ENR-21806Environmental Economics in Practice6.00RO2AB26MO
PAP-30306Designing Innovative Governance Arrangements6.00RO2BB26MO
DEC-32306International Trade and Development Policy6.00RO2AB31AF
YSS-21303European Exchange programme Management, Consumer Studies and Economics3.00RO3B35WD+6WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12MO
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12MO
GEO-23306Cultural and Historical Geography6.00RO2B25AF
GEO-36306Environmental Psychology6.00RO2B25AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B12AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B12AF
YFS-70312BSc Internship Food Technology12.00RO2
YFS-10301Excursions and lectures Food Technology1.00RO2B31,2,3,4,5,6
FQD-23806Meat Science6.00RO2B31AF
HNE-30506Principles of Sensory Science6.00RO2B31AF
ORL-20306Decision Science 16.00RO2B31AF
FQD-22801Foreign Study Trip Food Technology1.00RO2B31WD
MST-24306Management and Marketing6.00RO2B32AF
FPH-21306History of Food Production6.00RO2B32MO
FQD-21806Milk in the Dairy Chain6.00RO2B32MO
ENT-21306Insects as Food and Feed6.00RO2B33WD
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
PCC-22803Theory of Relativity3.00RO1B11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1AB11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1BB11AF
MAT-14803Mathematics 13.00RO1B11AF
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00RO1B11AF
HNE-23801Lectures and Excursion1.00RO1B31,2,3,4,5,6
HNE-22402European Excursion2.00RO1B33WD
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO1AM11MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO1AM14WD
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO1AM15MO
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO1M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-31306Greenhouse Technology6.00RO2AM13WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35806Precision Farming6.00RO2AM15MO
FTE-32806Automation for Bio-production6.00RO2AM16AF
FTE-80436MSc Thesis Farm Technology36.00RO2M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO3AM11MO, 5MO
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO3AM15AF
INF-31306Information Systems for Managers and Engineers6.00RO3AM16MO
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-33806Big Data6.00RO3AM22MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO4M14WD
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO4M15MO
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO4M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-30306Decision Science 26.00RO5M15MO
ORL-30806Operations Research and Logistics6.00RO5M16MO
ORL-80436MSc Thesis Operations Research and Logistics36.00RO5M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-30806Physical Modelling6.00RO6AM11MO
ORL-32806Sustainability Analysis6.00RO6AM13WD
BCT-32306Advanced Biorefinery6.00RO6M15AF
MST-34806Biobased and Circular Business6.00RO6AM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO6AM15MO
ORL-32306Biobased Logistics6.00RO6AM16AF
BCT-80436MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology36.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
FTE-70424MSc Internship Farm Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ORL-70424MSc Internship Operations Research and Logistics24.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70824MSc Internship Track Entrepreneurship24.00RO7AM21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO8M11MO, 2AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO8M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1M1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO1M26WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF, 6AF
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80424MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-70424MSc Internship Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AFI-80424MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Policy24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80424MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-70324MSc Internship Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAE-80324MSc Thesis Marine Animal Ecology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80424MSc Thesis Toxicology24.00RO3M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11AF, 1MO, 2MO, 2AF, 5MO, 6MO
CSA-31806Grassland Science6.00RO1M11AF
EZO-31306Vertebrate Structure and Function6.00RO1M12MO
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO1M14AF, 6AF
YMC-61303Scientific Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 1MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2M11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2M11WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YAS-60312Research Master Cluster for Animal Sciences12.00RO2M26WD
INF-22306Programming in Python6.00RO0M11AF, 2MO, 5MO
GEN-21306Personal Genetics6.00RO0M11MO
SSB-20306Bioinformation Technology6.00RO0M11MO, 5MO
BIC-20306Cell Physiology and Genetics6.00RO0M14WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 2AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M14WD
ABG-30806Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences6.00RO1M15AF
INF-21306Data Management6.00RO2BM11MO, 5MO
BCT-20306Modelling Dynamic Systems6.00RO2AM12MO
BIF-30806Advanced Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM12MO
BCT-31806Parameter Estimation and Model Structure Identification6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2AM14WD
FTE-35306Machine Learning6.00RO2BM14WD
INF-32306Software Engineering6.00RO2BM15AF
BCT-31306Systems and Control Theory6.00RO2AM15MO
SSB-31806Advanced Systems Biology6.00RO2AM15MO
BIF-31306Algorithms in Bioinformatics6.00RO2BM16AF
INF-33306Linked Data6.00RO2AM16MO
MOB-30306Control of Cellular Processes and Cell Differentiation6.00RO3M11AF
ABG-30306Genomics6.00RO3M12AF, 5AF
MIB-30806Applied Molecular Microbiology6.00RO3M12MO
BPE-34306Metabolic Engineering of Industrial Microorganisms6.00RO3M14WD
BIC-31312Systems@Work: A Toolbox of Systems Biology12.00RO3M15WD
BPE-60312Bioprocess Design12.00RO4M16WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO4M1/22AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO4M1/22WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO4M21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ABG-80436MSc Thesis Animal Breeding and Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-80436MSc Thesis Biochemistry36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-80336MSc Thesis Bioinformatics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-80436MSc Thesis Genetics36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-80436MSc Thesis Information Technology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-80436MSc Thesis Microbiology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-80436MSc Thesis Molecular Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-80436MSc Thesis Phytopathology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-80336MSc Thesis Systems and Synthetic Biology36.00RO5M21,2,3,4,5,6
ABG-70424MSc Internship Animal Breeding and Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIC-70424MSc Internship Biochemistry24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
BIF-70324MSc Internship Bioinformatics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
GEN-70424MSc Internship Genetics24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
INF-70424MSc Internship Information Technology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MIB-70424MSc Internship Microbiology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
MOB-70424MSc Internship Molecular Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
PHP-70424MSc Internship Phytopathology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SSB-70324MSc Internship Systems and Synthetic Biology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
VIR-70424MSc Internship Virology24.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
EZO-32303Laboratory Animal Science: Design and Ethics in Animal Experimentation3.00RO2M14AF
SSB-30806Modelling Biological Systems II6.00RO3M1/25AF
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO1BM16AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1M1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO2M23WD+4WD, 6WD
ENR-22806Principles of Climate Change Economics and Policy6.00RO1M11AF
SOC-23306Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science6.00RO1M11AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO2BM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO2CM12WD
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO2BM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO2AM15AF+6WD
CSA-70424MSc Internship Crop and Weed Ecology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
HWM-70424MSc Internship Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-70824MSc Internship Meteorology24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-32806Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication6.00RO1M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81330MSc Thesis Strategic Communication30.00RO1AM21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-30806Political Ecologies of Natural Resource Distribution6.00RO2M15AF
SDC-80430MSc Thesis Sociology of Development and Change30.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-37806Researching Socio-Technical Practices, Innovation and Responsible Futures6.00RO3M15AF
CPT-80830MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation30.00RO3M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
SDC-70424MSc Internship Sociology of Development and Change24.00RO4M21,2,3,4,5,6
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM12AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM12WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM12WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
WSG-60812Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies12.00RO1CM15AF+6WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
ESA-60312European Workshop Environmental Sciences and Management12.00RO1AM1/21WD, 6WD
ENP-60312International Environmental Policy Consultancy12.00RO1CM1/22WD
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO1DM1/26WD
ELS-32806Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development6.00RO1DM26WD
ESA-20806Principles of Environmental Sciences6.00RO2M11AF, 4WD
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO3M11MO, 2MO
MAT-23306Multivariate Mathematics Applied6.00RO4M11AF
MAT-14303Basic Statistics3.00RO4M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO4M12AF, 5MO
LAW-22306Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy6.00RO4M13WD
SOC-33806Environmental Analytical Techniques6.00RO4M13WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO4M13WD, 4WD
CPT-22306Communicating for Sustainability and Responsible Innovation6.00RO5AM12AF
CPT-24306Risk Communication6.00RO5AM14WD
CPT-70824MSc Internship Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-71324MSc Internship Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-80824MSc Thesis Knowledge, Technology and Innovation24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
CPT-81324MSc Thesis Strategic Communication24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-70424MSc Internship Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-80424MSc Thesis Education and Learning Sciences24.00RO5BM1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ELS-31806Environmental Education and Learning for Sustainability6.00RO5M1/26WD
ESA-22806Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications6.00RO6M12AF, 6WD
ESA-31806Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management6.00RO6AM13WD
ESA-31306Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management6.00RO6AM15MO
ESA-70424MSc Internship Environmental Systems Analysis24.00RO6M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ESA-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis36.00RO6M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO7AM12MO
AEW-31306Water Quality6.00RO7BM14WD
AEW-30806Chemical Stress Ecology and Ecotoxicology6.00RO7BM15AF
AEW-20706Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality6.00RO7BM16WD
AEW-70424MSc Internship Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management24.00RO7M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
AEW-80436MSc Thesis Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management36.00RO7M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO8AM12MO
SOC-34806Applications in Soil and Water Chemistry6.00RO8M14WD
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO8BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO8BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO8M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-81336MSc Thesis Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality36.00RO8M21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-32806Biological Interactions in Soils6.00RO9M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO9AM12MO
SBL-21806Soil Quality6.00RO9BM15MO
SBL-35306The Carbon Dilemma6.00RO9BM15MO
SOC-70424MSc Internship Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality24.00RO9M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
SBL-81836MSc Thesis Soil Biology36.00RO9M21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-34806Atmospheric Composition and Air Quality6.00RO10M12AF
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO10AM12MO
MAQ-21806Meteorology and Climate6.00RO10M13WD
MAQ-71324MSc Internship Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry24.00RO10M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
MAQ-81336MSc Thesis Air Quality and Atmospheric Chemistry36.00RO10M21,2,3,4,5,6
SOC-22306Chemical Processes in Soil, Water, Atmosphere6.00RO11AM12MO
CBI-20306Cell Biology and Health6.00RO11AM13WD
TOX-30806Environmental Toxicology6.00RO11M15MO
TOX-31306Environmental Risk Assessment of Chemicals6.00RO11M16WD
TOX-70424MSc Internship Toxicology24.00RO11M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
TOX-80436MSc Thesis Toxicology36.00RO11M21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-33806Integrated Water Management6.00RO12AM12AF
WSG-35306Modelling Future Water Stress6.00RO12M12MO
ENP-37306Water Governance: Concepts and Practices6.00RO12BM13WD
WSG-34806Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management6.00RO12AM14WD
SDC-35306Natural Hazards and Disasters6.00RO12BM15MO
WSG-70424MSc Internship Water Systems and Global Change24.00RO12M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
WSG-80436MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change36.00RO12M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-34306Environmental Policy: Analysis and Evaluation6.00RO13AM12MO
ENP-38303Sustainable Technology Development: Design Assignment3.00RO13BM14AF
ENP-37803Sustainable Technology Development3.00RO13BM14MO
ENP-30306International Environmental Policy6.00RO13BM14WD
ENP-33306Environment and Development6.00RO13BM15MO
ENP-39306Advanced International Environmental Politics6.00RO13BM16WD
ENP-70424MSc Internship Environmental Policy24.00RO13M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENP-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Policy36.00RO13M21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-21306Environmental Economics for Environmental Sciences6.00RO14AM12MO, 5AF
ENR-31306Economics and Management of Natural Resources6.00RO14BM14WD
YSS-35306Theories and Models in Economics6.00RO14BM14WD
ENP-32306Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy6.00RO14BM15AF
AEP-32306Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation6.00RO14BM16WD
ENR-70424MSc Internship Environmental Economics and Natural Resources24.00RO14M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ENR-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Economics and Natural Resources36.00RO14M21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-24804Fundamentals of Environmental Technology4.00RO15AM12MO
PCC-21802Introductory Thermodynamics A2.00RO15AM12MO
ETE-30306Biological Processes for Resource Recovery6.00RO15BM14WD
ETE-30806Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment and Reuse6.00RO15BM15AF
ETE-32306Renewable Energy: Sources, Technology & Applications6.00RO15BM15MO
ETE-70424MSc Internship Environmental Technology24.00RO15M1/21,2,3,4,5,6
ETE-80436MSc Thesis Environmental Technology36.00RO15M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-31306Trends in Forest and Nature Conservation6.00RO0M11AF
REG-31806Ecological Methods I6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-20306Research Methods in Environmental Science6.00RO0M11MO
YRM-21306Research Methodology for Human Environment Interactions6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00RO0M12AF
MAT-14903Mathematics 23.00RO0M12MO, 2AF
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60400Modular Skills Training6.00RO1BM1/21AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YEI-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1CM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
FEM-70424MSc Internship Forest Ecology and Forest Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
FNP-70424MSc Internship Forest and Nature Conservation Policy24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PEN-70424MSc Internship Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
REG-70424MSc Internship Resource Ecology24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00RO1M11AF
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M11AF, 6MO
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
FQD-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00RO2M12AF
FQD-31806Product Properties and Consumer Wishes6.00RO2M12AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
CPT-39303Science Communication 2.03.00RO0M16AF
YFS-10801Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week1.00RO0M11WD
BCT-70424MSc Internship Biobased Chemistry and Technology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FCH-70424MSc Internship Food Chemistry24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FHM-70424MSc Internship Food Microbiology24.00RO1M21,2,3,4,5,6
FPE-70324MSc Internship Food Process Engin