The Department of Behavioural Sciences welcomes students from its partner institutions to join a semester programme in behaviour analysis.
You will participate in a number of individually selected theoretical courses together with local students and other exchange students.
For courses in the spring semester, please see Semester programme in behavior analysis - spring.
PSYK1420: There are no specific admission requirements for this course.
MALKA220, MALKA221: Open to master level students within Behavioral Sciences or Psychology. Upper-level bachelor students may be considered.
MALKA219: Open to master level students within Behavioral Sciences or Psychology and completed a course in Organizational Psychology. Upper-level bachelor students may be considered.
MALKA217, MALKA218, MALKA219: Open to master level students within Behavioral Sciences or Psychology with pre-requisites in Behavior Analysis. Upper-level bachelor students may be considered.
MALKA215: Master level student within Behavioral Sciences or Psychology with a solid background in Behavior Analysis.
How to apply
International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.
Application deadline: 1 October.
The courses are mostly taught sequentially, meaning you will avoid schedule overlap and can concentrate on one course at a time. However not all courses can be combined. Please either list more than 30 ECTS in your proposed Learning Agreement when applying, or contact us beforehand for guidance on designing your semester.
There is no semester fee for exchange students.
Behaviour Analysis 1 – General Principles of Behaviour Analysis (PSYK1420)
Behavioural Economics (MALKA220)
Complex Systems and Risk Management (MALKA221)
Early Intervention for Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders (MALKA217)
Ethical Considerations in the Application of Behaviour Analysis (MALKA218)
Complex Human Behaviour (MALKA215)
Questions about this semester programme?
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