In your Master’s programme you can opt for one elective course. All the faculty’s elective courses are worth 5 ECTS.
You can enrol in an elective course from 3 till 9 October via OSIRIS-student. You'll receive an introduction to OSIRIS-student in September.
It is not possible to enrol in more than one elective course.
The number of students admitted to a course is limited. If you enrol in an elective course between 3 and 9 October you can choose your working group yourself. If that working group turns out to be full at the time of enrolment, you can try to enrol in another working group. If all working groups are already full, you will have to choose a different course.
|Anthropology of Mobility||201700019|
|Anxiety and related disorders (period 3 course)||201600817|
|Cognitive Neuropsychiatry (period 3 course)||201800819|
|Criminology and Safety (theories, trends and policies)||201500009|
|Data Analysis & Visiualisation||201600038|
|Educational Design & Consultancy||201600024|
|Essentials of Care: Analysing Current Policy Trends||201800018|
|Integration and Cultural Diversity||201500154|
|Internet, Social Media and Networks||201600017|
|Interventions in Diverse Contexts||201800474|
|Juvenile Forensic Psychopathology||201800473|
|Loss and Psychotrauma||201500816|
|Methodological and Statistical Aspects of Social Science Research||201700039|
|Neuropsychologische revalidatie (in Dutch)||201800820|
|Philosophy of the Social Sciences||201600160|
|Qualitative Research Methods||201700162|
|Research in a Commercial Setting||201800485|
|Social Influence, Public Communication and Advertising||201700824|
|Youth, Education and Society 03: Prevention 3.0: Perspectives & Design||201600403|
Your elective choices within your Master’s programme can also comprise a Master’s course at another faculty or academic university in the Netherlands. The course attended must be worth at least 5 EC, but may also be 7.5 EC.
If you want to choose a course at a different department / faculty within Utrecht University for your elective choices in your Master’s programme, you should take the enrolment period into account. Do not forget that a course may be full during the late enrolment period.
Recommended course for all social science students:
Neighbourhoods and crime (Social Geography, GEO4-3316)
This course examines crime from a social geographic perspective, focusing on the spatial aspects of crime in a metropolitan context. In particular, this course addresses the question of how specific physical and social composition of city neighbourhoods relate to crime.
This course is offered by GEO sciences and therefore has a different registration date. The registration period for this course is from 16 to 29 September. So please make sure to sign up on time!
Human Geography and Spatial Planning
To follow a course in Geography and Spatial Planning, you must meet the requirements. Please select the Master's programme of your choice and check the admission requirements. Please mail any queries to Erika van Middelkoop (email@example.com).
Innovation, Environmental and Energy Science
This covers the following Master’s programmes:
- Innovation Sciences
- Energy Science
- Sustainable Development
- Sustainable Business & Innovation
- Water Science & Management
To attend courses of one of these Master’s programmes, you must meet the entrance requirements. Check the course description in OSIRIS to find out which entrance requirements apply.
An application for Pharmacy courses can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. These courses are subject to strict admission requirements (in Dutch). You should check beforehand whether you meet these conditions.
You can only attend Humanities courses if you meet the admission requirements. Please contact the Humanities Student Information Desk via email@example.com and attach the course coordinator’s enrolment permission. The Student Desk team will then enroll you for the course.
For more information about the entrance requirements and the course coordinator, check the course description in OSIRIS.