All courses are taught in English. Below you will find an overview of the courses with a short description. More information about each course can be found in the study guide.
Explore and understand individuals, relations, and organisations
This course shows students how to explain human behavior from an evolutionary perspective. During the course we will use this perspective to explain sexuality, cooperation, parenting, aggression, and cognition. The course consists of lectures and students will also do several assignments to practice evolutionary theorizing.
M&D3: Individual and Organizational Diagnosis
In general, the primary aim of this course is to provide insight into the key tools and methods that can be used to assess individuals, groups, and organizations and to be able to translate such an assessment into relevant actions or interventions.
Human Resource Management
After completing this course students will:
- Know different areas and functions of Human Resource Management
- Understand how to take a strategic approach to Human Resource Management
- Apply knowledge and insights about HRM to case studies and problems from organizational practice
S&O Professional Skills
After completing this course, the student will
- Have developed a conscious professional attitude, taking advantage of the use of communication skills, self-awareness and insights from the social and / or occupational and organisational psychologist
- Be able to provide an overview of the work of a social psychologist or an occupational and organisational psychologist by means of literature research, internet and a conversation within the professional network.
- Be capable of presenting scientific research in a professional manner
- Be able to present him/herself presssionally at the labor market
- Have insight into his/her own interests and talents as well as weaknesses.
- Be able to give an effective training based on scientific knowedge.
The learning outcomes for the student after completing this course are:
- The student is able to analyse groups in their most important features.
- The student is able to identify and select appropriate theoretical frameworks and research techniques for the study of groups.
- The student is able to explain and discuss how being in a group influences individual, interpersonal and intergroup attitudes, behaviour and cognition.
- The student is able to explain and discuss how individual members can influence group formation, its characteristics, its structure, and its behaviour.
- The student is able to reflect on how the various subjects impact her/his daily life and her/his civic responsibility.
- The student is able to collaborate in a team.
Statistics 3 (2nd semester)
6 EC, period 4
B-thesis (2nd semester)
12 EC, period 4-5
Management & Organization (O) or Emotion & Social Cognition (S) (2nd semester)
Human Resource Development (O)or Cooperation & Competition (S) (2nd semester)