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  • Bachelor's Thesis (IPN3014)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Bachelor Thesis

  • Bachelor’s Thesis (PSY3014)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Bachelor Thesis

  • Master's Thesis (PSY4091)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Master’s Thesis (PSY4082)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Master's Thesis (PSY4099)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Master's Thesis (PSY5109)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Master’s Thesis (PSY5103)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Master’s Thesis Project (PSY5980)

    Start: Semester 2

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Master's Thesis

  • Minor’s Thesis (PSY5105)

    Start: Year

    Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

    Thesis

    Minor’s Thesis

  • Thesis Proposal Seminar (SSP3011)

    Start: Period 3, Period 4

    ICIS

    Thesis

    The thesis trajectory of the Master SSP programme consists of two phases: first, the Thesis Research Proposal (SSP3011) and second, the Thesis Research, Writing, and Presenting period (SSP3021).

  • Thesis Research and Writing (SSP3021)

    Start: Period 5, Period 6

    ICIS

    Thesis

    The Master’s thesis builds on knowledge, attitude and skills (competencies) you have acquired in the courses of the SSP programme. Content-wise, your thesis should focus on a real-world sustainable development problem and comprise an (integrative) analysis that might result in recommendations for further research and/or policymaking in pursuit of sustainable development. Methodologically, your thesis should be based on a scientific approach in the emerging field of Sustainability Science and, where appropriate, makes use of different methods for data collection and analysis.