This programme teaches students how to develop solutions to sustainability issues. This involves studying the interaction between humans and nature at the local, regional and global level.
A sustainable planet is one that is liveable for current and future generations. Students are conscious that we face huge challenges: the distribution of water, food and energy, climate change and the depletion of our resources are only some of these hot topics. Sustainability is a complex concept and it increasingly calls for broad expertise and a multidisciplinary approach. This programme gives students the tools they'll need to examine sustainability from a number of different perspectives and to come up with solutions that can change the world.
The programme offers students the right balance between natural and social science subjects, preparing them for a future as a professional interlocutor, bridge-builder and problem solver. Students acquire an understanding of the natural, biochemical and hydrological processes (water cycle) that maintain the Earth in balance. This means taking science subjects like mathematics, physics and chemistry. Students also learn about how socio-economic processes contribute to solving sustainability issues. To this end, students take social science subjects like public administration, economics and innovation.
Haalt eerste jaar
- EM Toegang met Natuurkunde of Scheikunde of Biologie
- CM Toegang met (Wiskunde A of Wiskunde B) en twee van (Natuurkunde, Scheikunde, Biologie, Economie
- NG Directe toegang
- NT Directe toegang