This Course offers students an innovative, flexible, and customizable path toward an interdisciplinary degree. The aim of this two-year Master’s programme (multiple entries and exits) is to develop the skills and independent critical thinking required for the ‘knowledge work force’ of the future and for students interested in working in the academics, industry and development sector. The course also prepares students for further independent academic research. Communication skills, the ability to access and utilize information of all kinds, a systematic understanding of development, politics, democracy, public health, economy and environment is essential for the future society which is increasingly becoming complex and multicultural.
Students will acquire and develop a range of valuable skills which are discipline specific and more general ‘employability’ skills.
Skills will include: