Science Communication is a master specialization track of 60 EC (one year). It consists of two compulsory courses (12 EC in total), three out of four electives (18 EC in total) and an internship (30 EC).
Compulsory courses (12 EC in total)
Research methods for analyzing complex problems (6 EC)
Science and Communication (6 EC)
Elective courses (18 EC in total)
Students choose three out of the following electives:
Communication, Organization and Management (6 EC)
Science in Dialogue (6 EC)
Science Journalism (in Dutch, 6 EC)
Science Museology (6 EC)
Internship (30 EC)
A five-month internship (30 EC) concludes the science communication specialization. Students can choose between two types of internship: a research internship or a reflective practice internship.