Deadline Oct 17: Apply to CEMUS spring 2023 courses / Sista ansökningsdag 17 okt

The application at closes midnight October 17, apply to CEMUS’ spring courses!

Read more about how to apply at CEMUS offers the following courses in spring 2023, click on course image or read more to get to direct link to application.

Vårterminen 2023 – Spring 2023

Hållbar utveckling B, 30 hp
Den här kursen vänder sig till studenter som läst Hållbar utveckling A vid CEMUS eller motsvarande kurser vid annan institution. Kursen består av fyra obligatoriska delkurser: Tvärvetenskapliga och historiska perspektiv på värderingar, världsbilder och visioner 7.5 hp, Ekologiska, ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella perspektiv på teknik 7.5 hp, Förändringsprocesser – strategi och organisation 7.5 hp, samt B-uppsats 7.5 hp.
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Technology, Power and the Future of Humanity, 7.5 credits
In what ways can technological innovations contribute in the work with and for sustainability? Which technological and human future scenarios are probable and desirable?
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CANCELLED SPRING 2023 Life’s Philosophy and Modernity, 7.5 credits
How do you combine the good life with a responsibility for the world and its survival? What can different life philosophies and lifestyles in other cultures and historically teach us about humanity and our present time? What role does the individual play in these times of crises, complexity and constant changes?
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Master Programme in Sustainable Development
CEMUS is responsible for three course within the programme: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Science, 5 credits (Autumn), Sustainable Development – Worldviews and Visions – A Seminar Series, 5 credits (Autumn), and Sustainable Development – Worldviews and Discourses – A Seminar Series, 5 credits (Spring).
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Actors and Strategies for Change – Towards Global Sustainabilities, 7.5 credits
With a growing number of unsustainable environmental, economic and social trends, how can different actors work for sustainable alternatives? How can we develop capacities, strategies and tactics that achieve lasting and real changes in the local and global world?
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CANCELLED SPRING 2023 Sustainable Design – Ecology, Culture and Human Built Worlds, 7.5 credits
How can an interdisciplinary approach to design unlock new creativity and beauty? How can different design solutions in nature serve as a model for new human made designs? And what are the limits of human ingenuity and creative design?
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Perspectives on Climate Change – Ecopsychology, Art and Narratives, 7.5 credits
How can an interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary approach to the existential, philosophical and psychological aspects of climate change contribute to a societal and individual climate transition? How can we understand and relate to the climate futures that researchers and other actors highlights? How can different ways of expression within art and storytelling open up new understandings and enrich the debate about a changing climate and its consequences?
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Climate Change Leadership – Power, Politics and Culture, 15 credits
Climate change leadership is often mentioned in both news media and by politicians themselves, but what does it really entail? What kind of knowledge and skills define a climate change leader and how can they be learned? What kind of political, cultural and psychological resources are lacking in present initiatives?
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Sustainable Economic Futures: Nature, Equity and Community, 15 credits
How could new sustainable economic systems be developed and how would they work? How could different local sustainable economic initiatives from around the world serve as inspiration for the future? How could different economic transactions and activities be remade to improve human and natural communities and mitigate climate change emissions?
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