The programme of EUC is 180EC and will be distributed as follows:
Academic Core Courses
The academic core consists of four academic skills courses and five interdisciplinary courses (45EC in total). The Core is required for all students and is designed to impart essential academic knowledge regarding what every well educated student should know about life and society. The ACC courses are scheduled in year 1 and 2 of the Double Degree programme. More information about the academic core.
A major is a cohesive selection of courses, consisting of at least 60EC, that together constitute a specialisation. Erasmus University College offers majors in four different areas: Humanities, Economics & Business, Social & Behavioural Sciences, and Life Sciences. Please note that some of the majors are excluded from the programme, such as for example PPE, thw Medical Track or Double Majors. You will take your first major course in the second semester of year 2. More information about the majors offered at EUC.
Instead of electives you will take courses at Codarts. This means that 60EC of the required courses at Codarts will be registered as EUC electives. This allows you to graduate from both programmes in five years instead of seven.
RASL minor: Re-imagining tomorrow through Arts and Sciences
Double Degree students will follow the RASL minor (15EC). In this minor, students from various fields and backgrounds develop theoretical competences in the areas of Transdisciplinary research and together with teachers and societal partners, a setting is created in which theory and practice, and academic and artistic practices interact to identify and reframe a complex societal issue.
Capstone (bachelor thesis)
For every student of Erasmus University College (EUC), the final part of their studies will be the capstone (15EC). The capstone is a research based project that can take on different forms, depending on a student’s major and preferences. More information about the capstone.
To get an impression of the curriculum you can check the photo below.
Please note that this is an example and as such is subject to change.