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Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology

The bachelor programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology trains students to critically examine the processes of culture and development through the lens of the latest theory in the field and both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
The language of tuition for this programme is Dutch. However, the literature used in courses is mostly in English and most elective courses are thought in English. The electives are a part of the second and third year bachelor and as such are listed below.

1st Year

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Culture and Comparison 1: Introduction 5
Culture and Comparison 2: Cases 5
Social Theories of Culture and Development 10
Introduction in Development Sociology 5
Problems of Development 5
M&T 1: Research Skills 10
Academic Skills 1 10
Academic Skills 2 5
Introduction to Statistics and SPSS 5

2nd Year

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Basic module: Gender 5
Basic module: Religion 5
Basic module: Economic Anthropology 5
Basic module: Politics 5
M&T 2: Setting up a Research 5
Fieldwork in the Netherlands 10
M&T 2: Research Analysis 5

Regional keuzevak, te kiezen uit:

The Anthropology and Sociology of Modern Day Southeast Asia 10
Anthropology of Sub-Saharan Africa 10
Contemporary South Asia 10

Oriëntatiemodule, te kiezen uit:

Globalisation 10
Media Worlds 10
Development in Place 10

3rd year with a specialisation

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Bachelor Thesis CA-DS 10
Internships (CA-DS) 20

Specialisatie Media and Culture

Contemporary Visual Culture 10
Ethnographic Filmmaking 10
ICT4D 10
The Anthropology of Art and Material Culture 10
Visual Methods 10

Specialisatie Global Connections

Globalisation and the Market 10
Religion and Modernity in Global Context 10
Social Movements 10

Specialisatie Development in Place

Environment and Society 10
ICT4D: Information, Technology and Development 10
Rural Development 10
Urban Inequalities 10

3rd year without specialisation

Language of instruction for this bachelor programme is Dutch, so please check the Dutch version of this page.

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Bachelor Thesis CA-DS 10
Contemporary Visual Culture 10
Environment and Society 10
Ethnographic Filmmaking 10
Globalisation and the Market 10
ICT4D: Information, Technology and Development 10
Religion and Modernity in Global Context 10
Rural Development 10
Social Movements 10
Internships (CA-DS) 20
The Anthropology of Art and Material Culture 10
Urban Inequalities 10
Visual Methods 10

More info

The bachelor programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology trains students to critically examine the processes of culture and development through the lens of the latest theory in the field and both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
The language of tuition for this programme is Dutch. However, the literature used in courses is mostly in English and most elective courses are thought in English. The electives are a part of the second and third year bachelor and as such are listed below.