Course learning goals:
After completing the course,
1. the student knows sustainable development as a political and normative concept and recognizes its ecological, social, economic and cultural dimension and the connections and contradictions associated with them.
2. the student understands that sustainable development and related vicious problems, such as climate change, require multidisciplinary collaboration and problem-solving skills.
3. the student understands the importance of individual agency and global responsibility as well as the need for holistic transformation.
Course level: Bachelor
Pre-requisities: no pre-requisities Scope: 3-5 ECTS
Available languages: FIN & ENG
Authors: Course is done in collaboration of University of Turku, LUT University, University of Oulu, University of Helsinki and University of Jyväskylä.
Where to study: You can study the course at the University of Helsinki (course code ATM378), University of Oulu (course code 766381A), University of Turku (course code YH000042), LUT University (course code BH60A6800).
Link to study material: https://digicampus.fi/course/view.php?id=1735