While academic and political thinking has already come a long way, the standard line of thought is still that economy, society and ecology need to be balanced, with economic growth coming first.
This course takes another approach and looks at theories that take a different perspective on what a sustainable society is, or how to get there.
As the last 50 years have not brought us closer to the Brundtland report's ambitions, but ever deeper towards a climate crisis, it is time to rethink our approach and consider systemic changes. And we hope you will join us on this ride.
Mr Mendel Giezen.
You can find the timetable on Datanose.
Open for second-year and third-year Bachelor's students and other interested parties, such as contract students or students from other Dutch higher education institutions. Master's students can only participate if there are still spots available.
‘Bijvak’ students can register until one week prior to the start of the course, by completing the online registration form.
If you have any trouble while registering, please contact us at email@example.com
Prices can be found on the IIS website.
SDGs in education
The IIS strives to reflect current societal issues and challenges in our elective courses, honours modules and degree programmes, and attempts to integrate the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in this course. For more information about these goals, please visit the SDGs website