Master of Philosophy in Childhood Studies
The master's programme in Childhood Studies involves two years of full-time study. The normal workload for a full-time student for one academic year is 60 credits. Most of the courses during both years have minimum 80% compulsory attendance.
The programme is structured around a combination of core courses (52.5 credits) and elective courses (7.5 credits), which provide a general introduction to theory and methodology, as well as giving students the opportunity to specialize in particular topics. In addition, the programme includes a master's thesis (60 credits).
This overview is valid for the academic year 2017/2018.
|BARN3101||Social Studies of Children and Childhood||7,5|
|BARN3202||Methodological Perspectives on Child and Childhood Research||7,5|
|BARN3300||Children and Development in the Global South||7,5|
|Elective course: see list further down||7,5|
|BARN3201||Methods and Ethics in Childhood Studies||7,5|
|BARN3400||Preparatory Course, Master's Thesis||7,5|
|Experts in Teamwork (intensive village)||7,5|
For more details about the programme, please consult studiehåndboka (Norwegian only).
|GEOG3515||Environment, Development and Changing Rural Livelihoods||7,5||spring||Open|
|GEOG3053||Discourses of Development and Globalization||7,5||Autumn||Open|
|GEOG3522||Migration and Development||7,5||Spring||Open|
|SANT3508||Globalization Theory and Culture||7,5||Spring||Open|
|GEOG3506||Geography, Helath and Development||7,5||Spring||Open|
|GEOG3516||Humanitarianism: Theory and practice||7,5||Autumn||Open|