Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, 2017-2018

The Bachelor od Science programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology trains students to critically examine the processes of culture and development through the lens of the latest theory in the field and both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
The language of tuition for this programme is Dutch. However, the literature used in courses is mostly in English and most elective courses are taught in English. The electives are a part of the second and third year bachelor and as such are listed below.

Structure of the programme

The structure of the Bachelor CA-DS

The BSc programme in CA-DS consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) divided over 3 academic years, each covering 60 ECTS.

First year consists of obligatory courses within the following fields:

  • Introduction in the field of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology (30 ECTS),
  • Research Lab (15 ECTS),
  • Academic Skills (15 ECTS).

Second year is a mixture of obligatory and elective courses:

  • Three obligatory courses within the Anthropological Key Issue (20 ECTS),
  • The obligatory second year’s Research Lab (20 ECTS),
  • An elective Area Studies course (10 ECTS).

Third year consists of the thesis and electives within and outside of the field of CA-DS:

  • bachelor thesis with capita selecta (15 ECTS),
  • one elective course offered by the department CA-OS as part of the 3rd year BA,
  • electives for 30 ECTS (to be obtained by more third year’s thematic courses at the department CA-DS, or a minor, or a foreign exchange programme, an internship, or a packeage of electives you selected yourself at other departments).

First Year

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Second Year

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Third Year

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Career Orientation

This part of the Bachelor programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology is offered only in Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this website for further information.

Electives

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Exemptions

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page

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