Human-Environment Interactions

Within the specialisation Human-Environment Interactions you can choose among several courses.

More about the specialisation

Student can learn more about the education and research related to this specialisation by visiting the website of the Environmental Systems Analysis Group and Water Systems and Global Change Group.

The following subjects are part of the MSc programme Climate Studies when selecting the specialisation Human-Environment Interactions. The courses and thesis have to be selected in consultation and agreement with the study adviser. For more information visit the study handbook or contact the study adviser.

The common part
Subject Code Period* Phase
Introduction to Global Change ESA-23306 1MO M1
Internship (24 ects; to be selected from the 11 chairs) 1,2,3,4,5,6 M2
Restricted optional: select one out of these two subjects**
Principles of Climate Change: Economics and Policy ENR-22806 1AF M1
Principles of Earth and Ecosystem Science SOQ-23306 1AF M1
Restricted optional: select one out of these two subjects**
Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies WSG-60812 5AF+6WD M1
Academic Consultancy Training and Modular Skills Training YMC-60809, YMC-60300 1WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD M1
Specialisation-related subjects
Subject Code Period Phase
Restricted optional: choose one out of these two subjects**
Biogeochemical Cycles and Climate Change Mitigation SOQ-36306 2MO M1
Climate governance ENP-36306 5MO M1
Restricted optional: select (at least) two**
Integrated water management WSG-33806 2AF M1
Integrated Ecosystem Assessment in Regional Management ESA-31306 5MO M1
Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management WSG-34806 4WD M1
Environmental Assessments for Pollution Management ESA-31806 3WD M1
Modelling Furture Water Stress WSG-35306 2MO M1
Restricted optional: select one**
MSc Thesis Environmental Systems Analysis ESA-80436 1,2,3,4,5,6 M2
MSc Thesis Water Systems and Global Change WSG-80436 1,2,3,4,5,6 M2

Below you can see how your schedule may look like:

Human-Environment Interactions