Understanding social problems better and coming up with solutions
Sociologists are interested in contemporary social themes such as criminality, the integration of immigrants, religion and culture, families and social inequality, norms and conflicts. How can we understand all the phenomena you read and hear about in the media? In the Sociology: Contemporary Social Problems Minor, you study these social issues and learn to come up with policy solutions. How do social problems arise, and what can be done about them?
The Minor programme totals 30 ECTS and has two versions:
Version A - International exchange students
Version B - Dutch students (UU, FSW, Dutch universities)
Easy to incorporate in your study programme
This Minor is designed to facilitate incorporation in the study programme of students. You can choose to take the Minor within one semester, or to spread the courses over one or more academic years.