Social Sciences aims to understand and support transitions in the socio-economic domain and has payed particular attention in contributing to the following themes and cross-cutting topics.
We contribute to WUR’s mission & ambition in the above themes by:
- Developing a better disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary understanding of the social, economic, political and communicative dynamics that reproduce global challenges or facilitate transition;
- Offering guidance and decision support to policy and practice;
- Enhancing critical reflection and capacity development in society; and,
- Educating BSc, MSc students and training PhD candidates and professionals that are able to support the above mentioned aimed contributions.
Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS)
The Wageningen School of Social Sciences (WASS) promotes research that increases our understanding of social processes and designs practices around challenges in the domains of food, agriculture, environment, health and development.
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BSc and MSc programs lead by SSG
At DSS we connect our research to our education, and vice-versa. Our teachers are passionate and committed to providing students (bachelors, masters, PhDs and professionals) with engaging and rewarding learning experiences.
|Bachelors Programs||Masters Programs|
|Management and Consumer Studies (BBC)||Management, Economics and Consumer Studies (MME)|
|Communication and Life Sciences (BCW)||Communication, Health and Life Sciences (MCH)|
|Health and Society (BGM)|
|Economics and Governance (BEB)||Development and Rural Innovation (MDR)|
|International Development Studies (BIN)||International Development Studies (MID)|