Bachelor thesis COM

Writing a thesis is an important part of your bachelor programme. The chair group COM (Strategic Communication) can supervise BCL, BGM, BIN, BBC and BVG bachelor theses.

Selecting a topic

The first step in working on a bachelor thesis is the selection of a topic. You can either develop your own topic or select an available topic from the COM group. Please note that the topic of your thesis must always be approved by your supervisor.

You are advised to choose a topic that is close to the research being carried out by the chair group, to ensure suitable supervision and guidance. As soon as you have made up your mind, contact the COM thesis coordinator Joanne Leerlooijer. After discussing the possible topic(s) and completed courses, she can direct you to a possible COM supervisor.

If you need some inspiration, here are some options:

    Avialable thesis topics

    Fields of interest of our staff

    Jantien van Berkel

    Worksite health promotion
    Health communication
    Behaviour change

    Marleen Buizer

    Politics of place making
    Civic participation
    Environmental governance
    Action research

    Pepi Burgos

    Strategic, intercultural and health Communication
    Corporate and marketing (online) communication
    International management
    Change management

    Annemien Haveman

    Nutrition, Lifestyle
    Implementation research
    Evaluation of public health interventions

    Joanne Leerlooijer

    Behavior change interventions
    Health promotion

    Hedwig te Molder

    Science-society interaction
    Interaction analysis
    Food, health and environment
    Science and technology communication

    Bob Mulder

    Interpersonal health communication
    Behavior change interventions

    Marijn Poortvliet

    Risk communication
    Human-technology interactions
    Social psychology
    Risk perception
    Sustainable behavior

    Reint Jan Renes

    Social psychology
    Behavior change
    Health communication
    Persuasive design

    Emely de Vet

    Behavior change interventions
    Health promotion
    Food and nutrition
    Experimental research

    Jasper de Vries

    Spatial planning
    Persuasive communication

    Margit van Wessel

    Citizen engagement
    Civil society
    Climate change
    Communicative governance
    Organizational communication