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?
- 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.
- Ethics in Modern Society
The minor Ethics in Modern Society addresses ethical issues and offers a step-by-step introduction to philosophical methodology.
- 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.
The History minor takes you from Ancient History to the present.
- Interdisciplinary perspectives on child development in societal challenges
Informatie about the minor Interdisciplinary perspectives on child development in societal challenges.
- International Relations
De minor International Relations biedt een uitgebreide introductie op het terrein van Internationale Betrekkingen en internationale geschiedenis.
This minor Linguistics offers an introduction to the way in which people generate language in their brains, how we learn language and how we use language.
- 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.