Systems Theory and Resilience Thinking, 15 hpSecond level
This course introduces qualitative and quantitative approaches in system theory, and shows how they can be used to analyze social-ecological systems and explored from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. The course also discusses the key principles in resilience theory for understanding the reorganization of structures and processes that form a social-ecological system, called regime change. Course period: November – January.
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Special eligibility requirementsKnowledge equivalent to Social-ecological systems: challenges and approaches 15 credits. Swedish upper secondary school course English B or equivalent.
Selection: Higher Education Credits (up to 270).
Start period: Period 2 - starts during the second half of the semester
Tuition fees only concern citizens outside the EU, EES and Switzerland First instalment: 35000 SEK Total course/programme fee: 35000 SEK