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Students at Södertörn University.Södertörn University offers courses and programmes in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Technology, as well as teacher education with an intercultural profile. A number of our courses and programmes are multidisciplinary and are the result of cooperation between different subjects. To ensure that our students develop the expertise demanded by the labour market, new programmes are often developed in partnership with industry representatives.

Södertörn University offers Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral courses and programmes (first, second and third cycle). The courses and programmes available in English at Bachelor's and Master's levels are presented below, as well as the university's schools and departments. The university's research courses and programmes are presented in the above Research tab.

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Courses

Södertörn University offers around 250 courses at Bachelor's and Master's level (first and second cycle). Their scope is measured in credits, where 1.5 credits is equivalent to one week of full-time studies. One semester of full-time studies is equivalent to 30 credits.

The Bachelor's and Master's courses that are taught in English are presented below.

Below is the list of courses for the academic year of 2017/18 and 2018/19. This list reflects the current status and courses may be added or removed. If a course is cancelled, this will be stated in its application information (click on the course's name).

Courses at B, C and second-cycle levels require previous higher education. Click on a course to see the entry requirements.

Course Start dates Credits Other
Advanced Macroeconomics AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Advanced Microeconomics AS18AS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Analytical Tools in Environmental Science SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Biodiversity and Conservation AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Canonical Texts in Media Theory AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Challenges for Emerging Cities: Open Lab Multidisciplinary Project Course AS18SS19AS19SS20 15.0 ECTS
Communicating Scientific Knowledge and Complex Environmental Issues SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Comparative Journalism Studies AS18AS19 15.0 ECTS
Comparative Socio-Economic Systems AS19 7.5 ECTS
Digital Media Technologies: Production and Literacy AS18SS19SS20 15.0 ECTS
Ecosystem Management AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Environmental Communication SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Environmental Governance and the Role of Experts AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Environmental Planning for Sustainable Governance AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Environmental Risks: Assessment and Management AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Generation of Knowledge in Environmental Science SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Infectious Disease Control in Changing Environments AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Infectious Disease Epidemiology AS18SS19AS19 15.0 ECTS
International Macroeconomics AS18AS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Journalism and International Conflicts AS18AS19 15.0 ECTS
Media and Culture Industries AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Media and Everyday Life AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Media and Representation SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Media and the Environment AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Medical Geography AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Methods in Critical Media and Communication Research SS20 7.5 ECTS
Multidisciplinary Research Project in Environmental Science AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Political and Social Institutions AS19 7.5 ECTS
Political Decision Making and Environmental Management I AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Politics Today: Political Organisation and Political Participation AS18 7.5 ECTS
Public Law: European Law, Advanced Level AS19 30.0 ECTS
Quantitative Research Methods SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Research Methods and Methodologies AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Statistics AS18AS19 7.5 ECTS
Sustainability, Civil Society and Transnational Governance SS19SS20 7.5 ECTS
Tourism Studies, Master's Dissertation SS19SS20 30.0 ECTS
Tourism Studies: City Tourism AS18AS19 30.0 ECTS