International Development Studies (BIN) / BSc

BSc Common part

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Common Part


CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
RHI-10506Introduction to International Development Studies6.00CSB11AF
MAT-12806Mathematics M (Mathematics for Social Sciences)6.00CSB11MO
DEC-10306Economics6.00CSB12AF
RSO-10306Sociology6.00CSB12MO
SDC-10306Law, Policy and Governance6.00CSB13WD
YRM-10306Research Methods in the Social Sciences6.00CSB14WD
MAT-15303Statistics 13.00CSB15AF
MAT-15403Statistics 23.00CSB15AF
CPT-11806Technology, Development and Natural Resources6.00CSB15MO
YSS-10906Analysis of a Problem Situation6.00CSB16AF
RSO-20806Agricultural and Rural Development: Sociological Perspectives6.00CSB16MO
DEC-20806Introduction to Development Economics6.00CSB21AF
CPT-12306Introduction to Strategic Communication6.00CSB21MO
PAP-21306International Policies and Institutions6.00CSB22AF
RHI-20306Globalization in Historical Perspective6.00CSB22MO
ENP-22803Theories and Themes: Sociology3.00CSB23AF
DEC-22803Theorists of Economic Growth3.00CSB23MO
DEC-20306Rural Households and Livelihood Strategies6.00CSB24WD
ENR-20306Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy6.00CSB25MO
SDC-21306Methods, Techniques and Data Analysis for Field Research6.00CSB26WD
SDC-22306Field Research Practical6.00CSB26WD





Major A - Sociology of Development

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Limited choice:

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 the credits mandatory prior knowledge; see course description for mandatory prior knowledge and supervising chair groups.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
RSO-21306Policy, People and Resources in Comparative Perspective6.00CSB25AF
ENP-31806Globalization and Sustainability of Food Production and Consumption6.00CSB34WD
RSO-30806The Sociology of Farming and Rural Life6.00CSB35AF
SDC-30306Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Development6.00CSB35MO
YSS-82812BSc Thesis Sociology of Development12.00CSB36WD





Major B - Economics of Development

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Limited choice:

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 and the credits mandatory prior knowledge; see course description for mandatory prior knowledge and supervising chair groups.

RO-1: Choose one course in consultation with your study adviser.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
UEC-21806Microeconomics6.00CSB25AF
DEC-21806Macroeconomics and International Trade6.00CSB34WD
AEP-20806Institutional Economics and Economic Organisation Theory6.00CSB35AF
YSS-83312BSc Thesis Economics of Development12.00CSB36WD
AEP-22806Spatial and Regional Economics6.00RO1B35MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1B35MO





Major C - Communication, Technology and Policy

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Limited choice:

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 the credits mandatory prior knowledge; see course description for mandatory prior knowledge and supervising chair groups.

CourseEctsCS/ROPhasePeriod
CPT-21806Communication and Policy Making6.00CSB25AF
CPT-30806Social Justice, Technology and Development6.00CSB34WD
CPT-22806Innovation Management and Transdisciplinary Design6.00CSB35AF
SDC-23306Law and Public Power6.00CSB35MO
YSS-83812BSc Thesis Communication, Technology and Policy12.00CSB36WD