In the Archaeology minor you will be taught about the the material cultures of the Ancient and Medieval times.
- Basics in Veterinary Medicine
The Basics in veterinary Medicine minor is interesting for students of the Bachelor’s programme in Animal Sciences at Wageningen University & Research?
- Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience
Information about the minor Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience for students currently enrolled at Utrecht University.
- Comparative Media Studies
The minor Comparative Media Studies discusses the history, theory and analysis of media and performance practices in contemporary culture and society.
- Creative Cities
The minor Creative Cities discusses emerging artistic practices, subcultures and new media and how these phenomena relate to creative dynamics in society.
- Entrepreneurship in Life Sciences and Health
Information about the minor Entrepreneurship in Life Sciences and Health at Utrecht University.
- Gender Studies
The minor Gender Studies discusses historical and contemporary feminist movements and the forces both gender and ethnicity currently exert in society.
- Global Asia
The minor Global Asia approaches the developments in Asia from a global perspective.
- History and Philosophy of Science
In this minor programme we take a step back and reflect on science itself, both from a historical and a philosophical perspective, adding context and depth to any bachelor programme.
- International Relations
De minor International Relations biedt een uitgebreide introductie op het terrein van Internationale Betrekkingen en internationale geschiedenis.
- Postcolonial Studies
In the minor Postcolonial Studies we will address urgent questions, both theoretical and geographical, that relate to critically entangled colonial issues.
- Transatlantic Studies
The minor Transatlantic Studies is aimed at students who are interested in the political and cultural exchanges between Europe and North America.
- Visual and Sensual Cultures
The Minor Visual and Sensual Cultures addresses the study of images and all aspects of visual and sensual cultures from 1850 until today.