The Bachelor’s Programme in Development Studies is an interdisciplinary programme with a focus on economic, social and political processes and their linkages to development cooperation.
Concrete skills needed to work in development-related fields.
You are given the knowledge needed to critically examine and understand the preconditions for, and process of, development. The programme offers you both the background knowledge and the concrete skills needed to work in development-related fields.
You will also gain a critical social science approach that prepares you for postgraduate studies and will assist you in various professions within government agencies, private firms and NGOs.
The programme draws on, and combines, the scientific traditions from four different disciplines within the social sciences:
- political science
- economic geography
- economic history
This offers you a multi-disciplinary perspective on development studies, and provides opportunity to deepen the knowledge in any of the aforementioned subjects.
Courses given at the Department of Sociology
For a complete list of all courses within the programme please visit keg.lu.se/en
Courses that can be studied at the Department of Sociology:
- Development Policy in Practice 15 credits (UTVC12). The course is offered as a the second compulsory course within the BSc programme in Development Studies and as single-subject course in the subject area development studies. Course syllabus
The following four courses have been developed to to be of particular interest for students on the Bachelors of Development Studies programme, but are open to all students at Lunds university and international exchange students who meet the entry requirements. Click on the course below to see the entry requirements, course description, syllabus and schedule.
- The Sociology of Human Development 15 credits (SOCB26)
- International Migration and Development 15 credits (SOCB27)
- Development and Social Welfare Policies 15 credits (SOCB28)
- Managing sustainability, Society and Collective Behaviour 15 credits (SOCB29)
- Internship / Field Studies / Research Overview (15 credits) within one of the four major disciplines (SOCB24) Course syllabus and Schedule Spring 2018
- Bachelor Thesis (15 credits) within one of the four major disciplines. Syllabus for Sociology: Bachelor Thesis in Development studies (UTVK03)
For an complete programme structure please visit the Department of Human Geography and the Human Ecology Division at keg.lu.se/en