Bachelor courses

Current facets (Pre-Master)

These are the courses currently offered in the academic year 2016-2017, which will also be offered in 2017-2018.

 Block

Course name

Workload

1Healthcare Management: in search of excellence (GWMINOR2-15)15 ECTS
1

Public Health: De gezonde grote stad (GWMINOR1-15)

(In Dutch only!)

15 ECTS
2Management & Innovation studies (GW3612B)9 ECTS

 

Detailed course information

For detailed course information, such as content, structure, learning outcomes & objectives, names of professors, etc., click on a the name of the course in the table. Take note! Timetables are subject to small changes throughout the academic year. Students should always check SIN-Online for the most up-to-date timetables.

Timetables

For a timetable click on the name of the course, then click on "timetable". The timetables for next year are ready by the beginning of August.

Exams

Exams usually take place after the last class. Re-sit exams for the minor will take place in week 27. A resit for the course 'Management & Innovation Studies' is scheduled on an individual basis, at the beginning of the second semester, but can be taken remotely.

Bachelor courses from other faculties at Erasmus University

Bachelor exchange students who are interested in taking bachelor courses from other faculties/departments at Erasmus University, should know that not all courses are open for ESHPM exhange students. Admission to courses from other faculties will also depend on the student's educational background. These students should contact the faculties themselves in order to find if they can take these courses. Take note! Taking courses from other programmes/faculties may lead to overlap in course schedules.

On www.eur.nl/english/prospective/exchange_students you will find more general information about exchange opportunities at Erasmus University, and links to the programs of each faculty.

Workload & ECTS

The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), was developed by the commission of the European Union in order to provide common procedures to guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad. 60 ECTS credits represent the workload of a full year of study. 1 ECTS is the equivalent of 28 hours and includes lectures, reading, preparation for exams, the writing of papers, etc.