The M.Sc. in Techno-Anthropology offers you a unique opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and competences in working with technology across a wide range of activities such as technology assessment, technology innovation, technology-driven change, technology use and technology ethics. As a student in the Master’s programme in Techno-Anthropology, you learn to work in and navigate complex socio-technical problems with multiple stakeholders. This includes:
- Applying Techno-Anthropological methods to gain insights into a technology domain’s key processes
- Identifying drivers and barriers for responsible and sustainable technology innovation
- Applying socio-technical theories to analyse emergent and controversial technological problems
- Planning, facilitating and organising technological innovation and change processes
- Facilitating multi-stakeholders’ participation in technological innovation
- Performing ethical assessments in socio-technical configurations
- The possibility of doing a problem-based project in an external organisation in Denmark or abroad
- Facilitating participation in action research processes and in responsible technological innovation; experimenting with emerging technologies; or organizational development in technology intensive contexts
- Evaluating how socio-technical theories and ethnographic methods can create new practises in scientific and technological research and development
- Developing digital method skills to map and visualise online debates
During the studies in Techno-Anthropology, you combine in-depth studies of technological innovation and change with anthropological approaches. This provides you with competencies in analysing, facilitating, and assessing innovation of emerging technology at various levels from human-technological interaction, to institutional levels, societal- and global understandings of how technology shapes and is shaped in our world.
The following Bachelor programmes allow for access to the Master’s programme in Techno-Anthropology:
- Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Techno-Anthropology, Aalborg University (entitled to admission)
- Professional Bachelor’s degree in Health
- Bachelor’s degree in Natural Science, Technical Science, Humanist Technology, Art and Technology, or Communication and Digital Media
- A Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Market and Management Anthropology, Sociology or Psychology.
Applicants with equivalent Danish or foreign education at the same level can be accepted based on the study committee’s individual assessment. If your bachelor programme does not directly qualify you, the International Office will forward the application to the relevant study board for approval.
The full list of Bachelor degrees that give access to the masters program in techno-anthropology can be found in the curriculum.
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