Study structure - Globalisation and Sustainable Development (Master's Programme)
The Master of Science and Globalisation and Sustainable Development is a full-time study programme carried out over two academic years (August to June). Each year consists of 60 credits.
The programme is structured around a number of core courses and elective courses taken in the first year. During the second year, students complete a one semester internship (30 credits) and a master's thesis (30 credits), to which students dedicate the final semester of their studies.
The information below is valid for the academic year 2022-2023.
|GEOG3053||Discourses of Development and Globalisation||7,5|
|GEOG3518||Global Production Networks||7,5|
|HIST3295||International Economic Contemporary History||7,5|
|Qualitative Methods or
|SANT3508||Globalisation Theory and Culture||7,5|
|GEOG3522||Migration and Development||7,5|
|Experts in Teamwork (EiT) - Intensive||7,5|
|**||Master's Thesis in Globalisation||30|
* The course code depends on the departmental belonging of the NTNU supervisor for the internship assignment: GEOG3012, HIST3012, IØ3012, SARB3012, SANT3012.
** The course code depends on the departmental belonging of the NTNU supervisor for the Master's Thesis.
|SARB3518||Global Migrations and Ethnic Relations 1||7,5||Spring||Open|
|HIST3400||The global political economy of natural resources, 1870-2000||7,5||Spring||Open|
|GEOG3101||Innovation and Regional Development||7,5||Spring||Open|
|GEOG3517||Social Difference, Identity and Place||7,5||Spring||Open|
|GEOG3527||GIS Tools for Climate Change Studies||7,5||Spring||Open|
Semester plan details
Check out the current schedule for compulsory and elective courses by year and semester.See semester schedule