Details of program Content: In the Master's minor in Sustainable Development, you will learn basic principles in natural science, social science and humanities regarding how to deal scientifically with sustainable development issues, and particularly with the global social challenges relating to sustainable development, the status and challenges of research and the contribution research makes to surmounting the global social challenges and finding general solution approaches. You will learn about interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary theories, analysis and transformation approaches to sustainable development and models, strategies and tools for dealing with the promotion of sustainable development. This enables assessment of their potential use. There is also a special qualification regarding how sustainable development can be incorporated in the specific major discipline and how disciplinary issues regarding sustainable development can be dealt with. You will also learn how to design, undertake and evaluate interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary projects. Methods: You will be able to deal with sustainable development issues in a way that is appropriate within the discipline and across disciplines. You will be able to collaborate with other students from various disciplines and people involved in academia and practice in dealing with issues of sustainable development in a focused manner. This will enable effective incorporation of the skills learned within the discipline, and other skills acquired during interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration. In the process, you will learn about theories, analysis approaches and research methods that are suitable for application when dealing with issues of sustainable development (methodological skills). You will also learn to communicate appropriately (communication skills), design and undertake interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary projects independently (project management skills) and to critically reflect on the contribution you have made with your interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work (reflection skills).