Master Health Psychology & Digital Interventions
This new master track is aimed at forming science-informed practitioners in digital behaviour change.
Why study this programme?
How can we leverage technological innovations to tackle the most relevant health issues today? Can we combine an evidence-based scientific approach to health promotion with the creative design thinking process involved in the development of new technological solutions? In this track psychological insights and evidence-based methods are used to create innovative technological solutions to target psychological problems, promote healthy behaviours and prevent unhealthy ones.
As a graduate of this master track you can start, for example, as a coordinator, policy officer or researcher for health promotion and public governance institutions.
- Programme name
- Health Psychology & Digital Interventions
- Instruction language
- 1 year
- Campus Woudestein, Rotterdam
- Tuition fees (2021-2022)
- €2,168 (Statutory fee: Dutch / EEA students)
- €12,300 (Institutional fee: Dutch / EEA students)
- €15,500 (Institutional fee: non-EEA students)