The Honours Certificate runs in parallel with your full Master's programme. As a student enrolled in the Honours Certificate, you will complete 20 ECTS credits in addition to the 120 ECTS credits in your main degree subject, within two years' time.
The Honours Certificate in Environmental Humanities and Sciences includes the following mandatory and elective modules:
Mandatory interdisciplinary modules, 15 ECTS
- EHS4000 – Knowing Natures: Environmental Research Seminar (10 ECTS, two semesters)
- EHS4010 – Welcome to the Anthropocene: Interdisciplinary Lecture Series (5 ECTS)
You have to finish both mandatory courses.
Elective modules, 5 ECTS
You have to finish one or more of the following courses. You are required to choose an Elective Course from outside your own discipline.
Elective Courses offered by the Oslo School of Environmental Humanities (OSEH):
- EHS4020 – Environmental Humanities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
- EHS4030 – Environmental Sciences: Understanding Climate Change
In addition to the courses offered by OSEH, you can also choose among the following 5 ECTS courses offered at UiO:
- Offered within the Faculty of Humanities
KULH4505 - The Cultural History of Nature
- Offered by the Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM)
Recommended Course of Study
|4. semester||Main degree master courses||Optional additional elective courses|
|3. semester||Main degree master courses||EHS4000 – Knowing Natures: Environmental Research Seminar||Elective course|
|2. semester||Main degree master courses||EHS4010 – Welcome to the Anthropocene: Interdisciplinary Lecture Series|
|1. semester||Main degree master courses|
|30 Credits||5 Credits||5 Credits|
Diploma and degreeThis programme leads to the following degree: Honours Certificate in Environmental Humanities and Sciences
The diploma is issued when you have completed the courses that meet the requirements for a degree. Read more about diplomas.