Students who complete the academic Master's degree programme in Social Challenges, Policies and Interventions will be able to:
- analyse complex social challenges and integrate theoretical concepts regarding the relationship between individuals and society;
- analyse and evaluate social change approaches and practices in an independent and scientifically sound manner;
- utilise theories derived from social science disciplines, incorporate research strategies in an interdisciplinary manner, and apply these to complex social challenges.
And, in doing the above:
- take into account the relationship between 1) individuals and their social environment; 2) social relationships and organisational forms; and 3) developments in society and social policy;
- reflect on the various disciplinary perspectives, and make motivated decisions for a mono-, multi-, or interdisciplinary approach.