This minor thoroughly informs you about the linkages between global processes and developmental issues thereby enabling you to see the ‘big picture’. This is a valuable asset in policy-making and consultancy work in the professional development sector.
This minor prepares students for work in the interdisciplinary field of development.
The minor consists of 5 courses that are worth 6 EC each. All courses are taught in English. Below, you find an overview of the courses, with a short description. To get more extensive information about the courses, please consult the study guide.
Development and Globalization
The aim of this course is to get introduced to development sociology and more in particular to gain insight into issues of poverty, global inequality and development. Students will develop an anthropological perspective on developmental issues in the Global South.
The development sector is interdisciplinary and thus requires familiarity with a broad range of disciplines. This minor offers a course on development from an interdisciplinary viewpoint thereby enabling students to engage with various disciplines in developmental issues.
Please see the application procedure for more details.
If you have detailed questions about the contents of the programme, please contact the minor program director:
T 31 20 5984412
If you have any questions about the application procedure, please contact the Studentdesk:
T 31 20 5985020 (Monday – Friday: 10.30 – 12.30 and 14.00 – 17.00)
1 semester (30 EC)
Economie, Recht en Bestuur
Gedrag en Maatschappij