Education of the Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles Group

The chair group Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles (CHL) contributes to the bachelor programmes Health and Society (BGM), Nutrition and Health (BVG) and Business and Consumer Studies (BBC). At the master level CHL contributes to the programmes Communication, Health and Life Sciences (MCH), Nutrition and Health (MNH), and Management, Economics and Consumer Studies (MME).

Students who attend one of these programmes could do their bachelor or master thesis with the chair group Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles. Please consult the thesis topics to get an impression of the array of research CHL is working on. For a complete overview of the courses, see the overview below.

CHL is a new chair group starting February 2019. The education previously covered by the Sociology of Consumption and Households group will be covered by CHL. Please note that course codes may change starting from the academic year 2019-2020 to CHLxxxxxx. For questions, please contact us.  

Courses

Period 1

CHL is involved in the following courses in Period 1:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme Year
MCB 20806 Principles of Consumer Studies Jonas House 6 MO BBC 2nd year
HSO 31806 Advances in Health and Society Hester Moerbeek 6 AF MCS
MCB 32306 Applied Consumer Studies Hester Moerbeek 6 AF BBC 3rd year

Period 2

CHL is involved in the following courses in Period 2:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme Year
SCH 20306 Gender and Diversity in Consumer Culture Chizu Sato 6 AF Minor
SCH 32306 Comparative Sociological Analysis of Health Problems and Policies Hilje van der Horst 6 AF MCS
SCH 11806 Sociology of Business Economics and Consumption Maartje Bulkens 6 MO BBC 1st year
RSO 13805 Sociology of Health Hilje van der Horst 5 MO BGM 1st year
SCH 52306 Theorising Consumers and Consumption Stefan Wahlen 6 AF MME, MCH
HNE 51806 Interventions for Healthy Ageing 6 AF WUHAH Minor
YSS 33806 Interdisciplinary Themes in Food and Sustainability Hester Moerbeek 6 MO, WD MME
CPT 56806 Embodiment, Food and the Environment Emely de Vet 6 AF

Period 3

CHL is involved in the following course in period 3:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme Year
SCH 20806 Lifestyles and Consumption Stefan Wahlen 6 WD BBC 2nd year

Period 4

CHL is involved in the following course in period 4:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme
MST 25306 Management & Innovation in the Health Sector Laura Winkens 6 WD BGM

Period 5

CHL is involved in the following courses in period 5:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme Year
CPT 39506 Public Health Practice Annemien Haveman 6 AF MNH
YSS 31806 Consumer, Technology and Innovation Carja Butijn 6 MO MME, MFQ
CPT 32306 Interventions for Health Behaviour Change Emely de Vet 6 MO BGM, MNH
SCH 23306 Health Issues in Daily Life; a B├Ęta-Gamma Approach Carja Butijn 6 AF BGM 2nd year
UEC 22306 Economy of Welfare, Consumption and Technology Stefan Wahlen 6 AF BBC, MME

Period 6

CHL is involved in the following courses in period 6:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme Year
SCH 51306 Social Capital Hester Moerbeek 6 MO Free choice
YSS 33306 Advanced Consumer Studies Jonas House 6 MO MME
HNE 52306 Quantified Self: Monitoring Dietary Behaviour Jantien van Berkel 6 AF WUQFS Minor
FQD 23306 Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach Carja Butijn 6 AF BBC
YSS 10906 Analysis of a Problem Situation Maartje Bulkens 6 AF BBC 1st year

Online Courses

CHL is involved in the following Online Courses:
Course Code Course Name Coordinator ECTS Time Programme
CPT 39603 Epidemiology and Public Health policies Annemien Haveman 3 DL MNH
CPT 39703 Evaluation of Public Health Interventions Annemien Haveman 3 DL MNH

Minors

CHL contributes to the following minors:

Minor Healthy Aging in Humans and Model Species

Contributing to the course:

  • Period 2: HNE-51806 Interventions for healthy aging in humans and model species

Minor Quantified Self

Contributing to the course:

  • Period 6: HNE-52306 Quantified self: monitoring dietary behavior

Minor Consumer Behaviour

Contributing to the courses:

  • Period 2: SCH-20306 Gender and Consumer Culture
  • Period 5: YSS-31806 Consumer, Technology and Innovation

Other elective courses: