• Regent’s University London Featured Masters Courses
  • Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Edinburgh Featured Masters Courses
  • Swansea University Featured Masters Courses
  • University of York Featured Masters Courses
  • Imperial College London Featured Masters Courses
  • Leeds Beckett University Featured Masters Courses
King’s College London Featured Masters Courses
Southampton Solent University Featured Masters Courses
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh Featured Masters Courses
University of Southampton Featured Masters Courses
University of Birmingham Featured Masters Courses
0 miles

Örebro University, Full Time MA Degrees

  • Örebro University×
  • MA×
  • Full Time×
  • clear all
Showing 1 to 2 of 2
Order by 
Journalism connected is a programme designed for new comers to journalism. At the heart of Journalism Connected is the digital reporter, equipped for the globalization world, who is capable of mastering interactive ICTs in content and design production. Read more
Journalism connected is a programme designed for new comers to journalism. At the heart of Journalism Connected is the digital reporter, equipped for the globalization world, who is capable of mastering interactive ICTs in content and design production. The Journalism Connected programme addresses students with an undergraduate degree in arts, science and/or other disciplines and with little or no previous journalism education or experience. It's for you who would like to transform your competence in, for example, economics, politics, technology or design towards journalism. You will acquire digital journalism knowledge and skills of reporting, media editing and production for multiple platforms, and integrate readers/users through social media.

Read less
Would you like to develop skills and tools that enable you to contribute to a more sustainable society? If that is the case, this programme is tailor-made for you!. Read more
Would you like to develop skills and tools that enable you to contribute to a more sustainable society? If that is the case, this programme is tailor-made for you!

The focus of the programme is sustainable development as a vital challenge to our societies that needs to be seriously addressed by governments and public administrations. The programme is a cooperation between Human Geography, Political Science and Sociology and is a one year master, 60 credits. The first semester you take multidisciplinary courses that focus on sustainable development as a political and professional challenge and contribute to theoretical and empirical insights into the complexity of different environmental problems and their connection to social and economic dimensions. You develop an understanding of how environmental problems are framed and how these frames impact on what strategies and solutions are chosen as well as help explain why some problems are not handled at all. You also gain knowledge of what the role as a professional public official and planner can and ought to mean when working for a more sustainable society. Sustainable development is further described and analyzed from a comparative perspective to give insights into why and how conditions, problem patterns and strategies vary around the world. In the courses, we problematize theoretical perspectives on sustainable development and we also apply theories in relation to concrete cases of sustainable planning. Method of instructions and varied and include practical applications and problem-based learning. During the second semester, you choose between three courses that are focused on sustainable development with specialization in either Human Geography, Political Science or Sociology. These three courses start with a joint course module in method and analysis, which develops your insights and skills in methods and analyses of particular relevance to sustainable development. You practice your abilities and skills in operationalizing by working with different sustainability indicators and by working creatively to develop new, alternative indicators. You will also have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and abilities in traditional field-studies. In addition, you will acquire knowledge and skills in forward-looking studies, like scenario techniques and prognosis. The second semester ends with thematic studies and an independent project.

Read less

  • 1
Show 10 15 30 per page


Share this page:

Cookie Policy    X