HOW DO SOCIETIES REACT AND ADJUST TO CULTURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL CHANGES?
FOR EXAMPLE, IN WHAT WAYS CAN DIGITALISATION CONTRIBUTE TO THE PRESERVATION AND TRANSMISSION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE OR MINORITY LANGUAGES? HOW DO THE BALTIC AND ARCTIC SEA AREAS WORK AS A LABORATORY FOR PREVISIONING AND ADAPTING TO GLOBAL CHANGES? WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM NORDIC EXPERIENCE? WHAT ARE THE TOOLS AND BEST PRACTICES TO ENHANCE RESILIENCE?
The curriculum of the Master’s Degree Programme in Nordic Cultural and Social Resilience (NOCURE) is a combination of modules focusing on cultural, environmental, and societal themes related to sustainability and resilience, as well as on the interplay between the local, regional and global scales. By employing an interdisciplinary approach, the NOCURE provides the students with in-depth problem-solving skills and critical expertise for the benefit of future societies.
Graduates of the NOCURE find employment in public, private and third sector jobs, such as national and international organisations and companies where knowledge on resilience, sustainability and change is demanded. Graduates’ expertise qualifies them for a wide array of government and jurisprudence positions as well as for a research career.
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