Course catalogue

Climate

Course Level ECTS Semester Language University

Key Issues Facing Contemporary Journalism: Conflict and Climate Change

The purpose of Key issues facing contemporary journalism is to enable students to concentrate on a topic, relevant for the overall aim of the programme, bracing journalists and journalism for the future.

MA 10 Spring 2022 English Aarhus

Contaminants in the Arctic - impact on climate, health and nature

The objectives of this course are to give the student knowledge of the major categories of contaminants, such as particles, persistent organic pollutants and heavy metals and their sources within and outside the Arctic, the transport pathways to the Arctic as well as their effects on Arctic food webs, human health and the climate system.

MA 10 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Climate Change - Cross-disciplinary Challenges and Solutions

To arm the participating students with a cross-disciplinary understanding of the challenges related to climate change, including the scientific basis and drivers of climate change and the associated societal challenges relating to e.g. the environment, technology, economics, and culture.

MA 5 Summer 2021 English Aarhus

BTEMP2-01 Project, Wastewater and Water Environment 2

The BTEMP2 project aims at applying theoretical knowledge on wastewater discharge and purification on a real life engineering project in its entity.

BA 15 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Project in Sustainable Animal Production

The objective of the course is to give the students the possibility to do a project with background in the compulsory courses ‘Quantitative Animal Nutrition and Physiology’ and ‘Animal Production, Health, and Welfare’.

MA 5 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Climate Variability, Change And Society

This module will explore the physical processes and patterns of natural climate variability and change and consider how these aspects of climate impact on society.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

The International Politics of Energy

This module provides an introduction to the role of energy in developments in politics and international studies. The course introduces the main contemporary issues related to the energy sector in terms of the history and development of conventional and also renewable energy resources, and how the global governance of energy has evolved.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Environment structure and processes

The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the fundamental geochemical processes that govern the chemical composition of natural soils, waters and air and the environmental fate of chemical species in natural waters.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Environmental pollution, health and the Biosphere

This course aims to provide an overview of the interactions taking place between chemicals and living organisms.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Natural Risks and Society

This course is an introduction to the world of natural disaster management and prevention, recently referred to as disaster risk reduction.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Environment and society

This course focuses on human-environment relationships and their implications for nature and society. The issue of climate change will be a focal point for examining the drivers and consequences of environmental change, including relationships to processes such as globalization, urbanization, and land use changes.

BA 10 Spring English Oslo

Climate Change and Impacts

This course describes the climate changes which are occurring and the effect they are having on both the environment and society.

BA 10 Spring English on request Oslo

Environment and Climate Challenges

The course provides a basic scientific introduction to our environmental challenges and several of the UN's sustainability goals, and how environmental authorities use this knowledge.

BA 10 Spring Norwegian Oslo

Climate change - an interdisciplinary perspective

The extension module is aimed at students with a genuine interest in climate science and related topics for their future career in and outside academia. As such it provides an interdisciplinary overview of core concepts and elements of climate change to introduce participants to its multi-faceted and complex nature, and to enhance their ability for interdisciplinary discourse going forward. The module encompasses elements from the physical basics to the economics of mitigating climate change, from sectoral impacts and adaptation to the climate policy landscape.

MA 10 Summer English Berlin

"Humboldt Zukunftswerkstatt "Startups for Future!" - Gründen gegen den Klimawandel"

Das Modul richtet sich an ambitionierte Studierende aller Fachrichtungen und Semester, die an der Erarbeitung von konstruktiven Lösungen für die Herausforderungen des Klimawandels interessiert sind. Es werden keine besonderen fachlichen Kenntnisse und keine vorhandene Gründungsidee vorausgesetzt, aber ein hohes Maß an Selbstständigkeit und Engagement. Gerne kannst du bereits deine eigene Idee mitbringen, aber dich auch im Kurs einem Projekt anschließen. Bestehende Teams erhalten bei der Anmeldung vorrangig die Möglichkeit zur Teilnahme.

MA 5 Summer German Berlin

Learning from mixed methods research on forest landscape restoration and climate change

This seminar introduces students to the topic of forest landscape restoration (FLR) and its political, community, and ecological contexts through research-based learning. As such, the seminar emphasizes interactive and hands-on sessions. In the first half of the semester, we’ll present examples of research on FLR that draw from multiple methods for studying human-nature systems, and apply those methods during in-class tutorials. In the second half, student groups will use what they have learned to design and undertake “mini” research projects on FLR. Students will translate their findings into a creative science communication tool such as, in infographics, policy briefs or blogs.

MA 5 Summer English Berlin

Einführung in die Umweltanthropologie

Dieses Seminar führt in die Umweltanthropologie ein. Es vermittelt einen fachhistorischen Überblick über zentrale Ansätze und widmet sich verschiedenen Perspektiven, v.a. an der Schnittstelle von Umwelt- und Wissensanthropologie bzw. Science and Technology Studies. Im Vordergrund steht dabei immer die Frage, wie man materielle‚ Umwelt‘ ethnographisch beforschen kann, welche Probleme dies aufwirft und welche realweltlichen und theoretischen Probleme damit in der Forschung verfolgt werden. Idealerweise hat man nach diesem Seminar eine gute Grundlage, um sich aus anthropologischer Perspektive vertiefend mit Fragen von globalem Umweltwandel, Nachhaltigkeit und Materialität auseinanderzusetzen.

BA 3 Summer German Berlin

Public spaces of the city

The main goal of teaching this course is to get acquainted with the phenomenon of public spaces of the city and training for their diversification, typological perception and introduction to the process of formulating guidelines for their further development with the environmentally-sensitive approach and public health.

MA 2 Autumn English Belgrade

Assessment of ecological characteristics

The main goal of the course is to acquaint students with the possibilities and tools for assessing the environmental characteristics of buildings in different phases of the project, as well as options for assessing existing facilities.

MA 2 Spring English Belgrade

Integral urban development strategy

The course is focused on understanding the theoretical framework of collaborative planning, critique, as well as its application in modern practice of European planning through the strategy of integral urban development; and Strengthening students' critical awareness of current research and modern practice of urban development planning in EU countries.

MA 2 Spring English Belgrade

Renewable Power Sources

Greenhouse effect and gases. Renewable energy sources: solar energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, biomass and biogas energy and water energy. Conversion, storage of heat and electric energy.

BA 4 Spring Serbian and English Belgrade

Environmental and occupational risk management

Understanding basic concepts and problems related to risk management in general, and in particular for environmental and occupational safety. Case studies and analysis of accidents in the industry, their causes and consequences, as well as the possibilities for their elimination or minimization.

BA 4 Autumn English Belgrade

Heat and Process Integration

The aim of the course is to provide fundamental understanding of the methods of process and energy integration, as well as capital and operating cost minimisation, based on the increase of the energy efficiency of the chemical and process plants, as well as with cleaner production concept implementation.

BA, MA 4 Autumn or Spring Serbian and English Belgrade

Democracy

Course Level ECTS Semester Language University

210E21 The Politics of Inequality

Economic inequality has increased in many countries since the 1980s – and the COVID-19 pandemic will likely reinforce this trend. What are the political implications of rising inequality? Recent studies have linked income inequality with outcomes such as political polarisation, support for redistribution and voting for radical parties. Democratic politics involves distributional conflict; it is fundamentally shaped by the relationship between power and economic resources.

MA 10 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Developing Democratic Cultures in Modern Cities Through Arts

The course covers various aspects of art practices in modern cities that aim for the democratization of culture and the urban space.

BA 10 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Elections and Voting Behaviour

This module introduces students to the study of elections and voting behaviour in democracies throughout the world.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Power and Social Conflict

Power and Social Conflict provides a political-sociological perspective on the structures and practice of power as experienced by citizens in comparative perspective.

MA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

The Political Economy of Inequality

This module takes a comparative perspective and uses insights from both economics and political science to shed light on these dramatic cross-national differences in income inequality. It also looks at the economic, political and institutional factors that have shaped the evolution of income inequality over the entire post-WWII period, such as technological change, education, industrial relations, partisanship, electoral systems, and the welfare state.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Contemporary Social Sciences 2

The course examines ten contemporary transformations of democratic practices, ten modes that are today systematically used to facilitate the implementation of participatory democracy : 1. Playfulness, 2. Make-believe, 3. Ritual, 4. Agôn, 5. Therapy, 6. Training, 7. Testing, 8. Reflexivity, 9. Reduction, 10. Muting.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Enemy

This seminar offers to explore the comparative and transnational history of domestic threats in modern societies. At the crossroads of political, social, and cultural history, we wish to distance ourselves from the dominant ‘pathological’ understanding and take these anxieties seriously in a sociological perspective.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Rethinking the economy after the coronavirus

The objective is to understand the (endogenous) origins of the COVID, its socio-economic consequences and the perspectives for policy makers to reorientate our development model.

All 0 Any time English Paris

Summer School

The objective is to familiarize students with the analysis of the themes and problems of contemporary societies from an international and intercultural perspective in order to develop with them possible courses of action.

MA 3 Spring 2022 English Paris

Gender Equality in the Nordic Countries

The course gives an introduction to gender equality in the Nordic context. It provides an overview of how the concept of gender equality has developed how it is implemented. The main focus is on the period after the 1970s.

BA 10 Spring English Oslo

Democratization and civil society in developing countries

This course examines the dynamics and substance of democratization in developing countries, with special emphasis on the politics of democratic transitions, deepening and decline.

MA 10 Spring 2022 English Oslo

Extremism, Democracy, Religion

This course provides a conceptual basis for reflection on the emergence of both radical (activist) and extremist (violent) movements on the political right today and how certain religious ideologies and/or ritual imaginaries are used to mobilize individuals and groups.

MA 10 Spring English Oslo

Europe - Identity in Solidarity

The course will deal with the following topics: Ideas of European Identity – a History, Concepts of Identity, Politics of Identity and the European Union, Empirical Dimensions of National and/or European Identities, Solidarity Claims – the Social … and the Equal, Human Rights and Dignity as Overarching Roof of Solidarity, Internal Market – the Role of Solidarity, Solidarity as Denominator of European Private Law – A View from the Cathedral, ECJ Jurisdiction and the Agenda of the Social?

MA 3 Summer English Berlin

The New Authoritarianism and the Crisis of Democracy

This course aims to discuss both the characteristics and dynamics of authoritarian regimes and sources of authoritarianism in the modern world from a comparative perspective. Therefore, rather than analyzing authoritarianism solely as a form of regime, it targets to enlarge the discussion to current state and problems of modern democracies so as to shed light on different sources of the recent escalation of authoritarian politics.

BA 5 Summer English Berlin

Lobbyismus in der Demokratie: Interessenvermittlung in theoretischer, empirischer und normativer Perspektive

Die Vertretung gesellschaftlicher Interessen gegenüber Politik und Öffentlichkeit, gemeinhin als Lobbyismus bezeichnet, gehört zu den Wesensmerkmalen parlamentarischer Demokratien. In der Öffentlichkeit wird die Legitimität des Einflusses von Interessenvertretern auf die Politik jedoch immer wieder hinterfragt, werden mit dem Begriff des Lobbyismus doch zumeist illegitime Einflussversuche einzelner auf Kosten des Allgemeinwohls verbunden. Das Seminar setzt an diesem Spannungsverhältnis an und analysiert das Phänomen des Lobbyismus und die Vermittlung von Interessen aus unterschiedlicher Perspektive.

BA 5 Summer German Berlin

Architects and civic initiatives for sustaibable development

The main goal of the course is directed towards understanding the phenomenon of civic initiatives and gaining knowledge about their potential for achieving sustainable solutions to development problems.

MA 2 Spring English Belgrade

Practical Skills

First semester, mandatory course. Main aim of the course: Research Methodology, English Terminology, Internet Skills.

MA 2 Autumn English Belgrade

Introduction to the Legal System of the EU

First semester, mandatory course. Main aim of the Course: In depth analysis of the constitutional architecture of the EU, as well as the basics of the institutional, legal and judicial system of the EU.

MA 5 Autumn English Belgrade

International human rights law

Learn how an individual’s human rights are protected from both public and private power by international laws.

MA 0 All English Louvain

International humanitarian law

Learn how international law regulates armed conflicts, protects individuals in wartime, and guarantees minimum compliance.

MA 0 All English Louvain

Asylum and refugee law

What is asylum? What is the principle of non-refoulement? Who should be recognized and protected as a refugee? These notions are complex. Learn to understand and apply them!

MA 0 All English Louvain

Discover Political Science

Understand current political stakes as you learn about important concepts and how to analyze politics with a critical point of view.

MA 0 All English Louvain

Discovering Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Revisit the purpose of companies and explore with us what their Corporate Social Responsibility is. Move on to responsible leadership! Learn how to implement a credible CSR strategy in a company, no matter its size.

MA 0 All English Louvain

Découvrir la responsabilité sociétale des entreprises

Revisitez la finalité des entreprises et explorez avec nous ce qu’est leur responsabilité sociétale. Passez au leadership responsable ! Apprenez à mettre en place une stratégie crédible de RSE dans une entreprise, quelle que soit sa taille.

MA 0 All French Louvain

Reporting et communication de la Responsabilité sociétale des entreprises (RSE)

Apprenez à rapporter et à communiquer de manière crédible sur les actions de responsabilité sociétale de votre entreprise (RSE). Décodez les publicités, labels et certifications « responsables » des produits qui vous entourent.

MA 0 All French Louvain

CSR Reporting and Communication

Learn how to report and communicate credibly on your company CSR activities. Decode the “responsible” ads, labels and certifications of the products around you.

MA 0 All English Louvain

Language and Culture

Course Level ECTS Semester Language University

Danish Perspectives

The course offers students ‘Danish Perspectives’ to a wide range of fields within arts and the humanities. Students will gain an overview of Danish history, but also Danish culture and cultural history.

BA 10 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Danish Society A: Culture, Institutions and Markets

This course is particularly suited to international students and/or students with no prior knowledge of Danish culture and society wishing to get an understanding of Danish society

BA 5 Autumn 2021 English Aarhus

Language, Discourse and Social Media

This module introduces you to the main methods of data collection and analysis of language and discourse for a variety of social media contexts.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Language and Power

This module addresses a number of perspectives on the relationship between language and power. It sets up a dialogue between theories and methods from social theory, critical discourse analysis, interactional sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology.

MA 15 Spring 2022 English London

Working Creatively with Digital Texts

Using a variety of software tools, this practical, hands-on module develops creative and experimental thinking, analytical and independent thought, and digital literacy.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Atelier culture et civilisation française

L’objectif de ce cours est de donner les outils nécessaires pour mieux comprendre la culture française.

BA/MA 3 Spring 2022 French Paris

New Perspectives in Ibsen Studies

New perspectives in Ibsen Studies selectively focuses on the latest topics and methods in the field of Ibsen Studies.

BA 10 Spring English Oslo

Family, gender equality and the welfare state

This course gives an introduction to the Scandinavian/Norwegian welfare state focusing on family policies, gender equality and family change.

BA 10 Spring English Oslo

Gesellschaftliche Mehrsprachigkeit und Sprachenpolitik

Im Seminar befassen wir uns mit grammatischen Phänomenen, die durch Sprachkontakt entstehen. Wir erarbeiten zentrale Bereiche wie Code-Switching und Transfer und sehen uns an, wie durch Sprachkontakt neue Varietäten und Dialekte entstehen können. Im zweiten Teil des Seminars führen wir eigene kleinere Studien durch und analysieren grammatische Sprachkontaktphänomene anhand realer Sprachdaten.

MA 4 Summer German Berlin

Serbian as a Foreign Language I (Srpski kao strani jezik I) (pdf)

Beginners course in Serbian language. Covers everyday basic communication skills and grammar required for it.

All 3 Autumn and Spring English and Serbian Belgrade

Serbian as a Foreign Language I - Practice (Srpski kao strani jezik I - Praktikum) (pdf)

Beginners course in Serbian language. Covers everyday basic communication skills and grammar required for it. Special emphasis on practical communication skills.

All 3 Autumn and Spring English and Serbian Belgrade

Tradition and customs in Serbian culture I (pdf)

Basic course in Serbian traditions and customs.

All 3 Autumn and Spring English Belgrade

Global Health

Course Level ECTS Semester Language University

Healthy entrepreneurship and innovation - promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in the health care industry and related fields

The objective of this course is to introduce the students to need-driven innovation, entrepreneurship and value creation to increase health inspired by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal - Number 3: “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.”

MA 5 Summer 2021 English Aarhus

Key Issues in Health Policy

This module explores the field of Health policy from the making of it, through financing and organising structures of health systems.

MA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Comparative Public Policy and Management

This module explores public policy and public management and places these into their historical, political and institutional contexts. The module explores the nature and role of evidence and expertise across different settings and sectors through engagement with ‘wicked’ policy problems. Examples of wicked policy problems might include obesity, poverty and climate change.

BA 7,5 Spring 2022 English London

Climate Change and Health

With this MOOC, we want to provide state-of-the art evidence of the link between climate change and the health of populations.

All 0 Any time English Paris

The Science of Global Health Implementation

Develop problem-solving and analytical skills reflecting the trans-disciplinary nature of global health.

All 0 Any time English Paris

Global Epidemics

This course considers the changing nature of global epidemics of infectious diseases and the global, national and local responses to these, including the role of research and evaluation.

MA 5 Spring English Oslo

Sociology of Health and Illness

This course will provide a sociological analysis of population health and health inequalities. It surveys social determinants of health and links theoretical work to empirical analyses of health.

MA 10 Autumn English Oslo

Global Health – Ärztliche Tätigkeiten in Zeiten der Globalisierung

In der globalisierten Welt beeinflussen politische, kulturelle und soziale Faktoren das Leben von Menschen über Landesgrenzen hinweg. Sie führen zu weltweiten Veränderungen der Umwelt, fortschreitender Technisierung, zunehmender Mobilität, transkulturellem Austausch, sowie Ungleichverteilung von Bildung, Lebenserwartung oder Reichtum zwischen, aber immer mehr auch innerhalb von Nationalstaaten. Diese Entwicklungen haben zunehmend Auswirkungen auf Gesundheit und Krankheit von Menschen, sie wirken sich auf Lebenswelten, Gesundheitssysteme und Gesundheitsberufe aus. In einer Welt, die fortlaufend zu einem „Globalen Dorf“ schrumpft, muss ärztliche Tätigkeit daher heute weltweit vor dem Hintergrund der Globalisierung betrachtet werden.

BA   Summer German Berlin

Course Course International Health

By the end of the core course, students will be able to: identify and analyse interrelated determinants of health and major health problems of populations in a cross-disciplinary perspective in low- and middle income societies, critically collect, analyse and appraise qualitative and quantitative data relevant for the improvement of health and health care in low and middle income societies, plan sustainable improvements of health systems considering the diverse intercultural settings as well as social and ethical responsibilities, and clearly communicate and work professionally in a multi-disciplinary team.

MA 20 Autumn English Berlin