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  • Introductory Data Science & Statistics (SKL4102)

    Start: Period 1

    Maastricht Graduate School of Governance

    Skills training

    Introductory Data Science & Statistcs

  • Master Thesis (MTH4911)

    Start: Year

    Maastricht Graduate School of Governance

    Thesis

    Master Thesis

  • PBL and Academic Skills (SSP1022)

    Start: Period 1, Semester 1

    ICIS

    Skills training

    This master’s course aims to equip students with the communications competences required of sustainability professionals, whether in the public, private, or social sector. The knowledge and expertise students acquire throughout the master’s programme must be communicated effectively to a wide audience to leverage impact for sustainable development. The course includes two core components addressing writing and presenting, and is complemented by trainings in PBL (Problem-Based-Learning) and Intercultural Communication.

  • Regression Analysis I (SKL4103)

    Start: Period 1

    Maastricht Graduate School of Governance

    Skills training

    Regression Analysis I

  • Regression Analysis II (SKL4203)

    Start: Period 2

    Maastricht Graduate School of Governance

    Skills training

    Regression Analysis II

  • Thesis proposal (SKL4911)

    Start: Period 3, Period 4

    Maastricht Graduate School of Governance

    Skills training
  • 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.