Course learning goals:
1. Students will understand why systems thinking is necessary to make the implications of global challenges comprehensible and understand the various forms of change Climate Change is bringing about in eco-social systems.
2. Students will be able to make reflective use of models to ask and test questions about the structures and dynamics of systems.
3. Students will recognize the potential for systems thinking as a form of expertise to contribute to their work and develop their capabilities for interdisciplinary collaboration.
4. Students will understand the opportunities for intentional systems change and their own agency.
Course level: Master
Pre-requisities: Climate.now, Sustainable.now or similar knowledge Scope: 3-5 ECTS
Available languages: ENG
Authors: The course is done in collaboration of University of Helsinki, University of Turku, Aalto University and Tampere University.
Where to study: You can study the course at the University of Helsinki (course code ATM379), University of Turku (course code MAAN7741), Tampere University (course code HAL.YPAT.341) and Aalto University (course code MS-E2136).
Link to study material: https://digicampus.fi/course/view.php?id=1398