The Master’s programme educates students to become critical professionals with a research attitude: people who ask questions. Graduates from the programme are able to generate knowledge through scientific research and translate this knowledge into creative and innovative ideas on human behaviour and society.
The programme has an inspirational, challenging teaching and learning environment that invites commitment from both students and teachers. The teaching and learning environment is such that students are able to master the required skills and theory in a relatively short period of time. The aim is to train students to be methodologists and statisticians who:
- know and can apply the state of the art with respect to methodology and statistics;
- can critically reflect on the state of the art;
- can develop new methodology and statistics that are relevant for behavioural, biomedical, and social scientists both within and outside of academia.