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You can find detailed descriptions on the 'courses' page.
YEAR 1: STRONG FOUNDATION
In the first year, you will gain a strong foundation in research methodology and applied statistics. You will also explore how methodology and statistics can contribute to research performed in the behavioural, biomedical, and social sciences.
YEAR 2: ELECTIVES AND (PREPARATION FOR) MASTER'S THESIS
In the second year, you will start to specialise in the research area that interests you most. Typically, this will be in a collaborative project with other disciplines/organisations, where you will prepare for and write a thesis. You can choose to pursue your own, free track or choose the EMOS track, where the 15 EC of the elective courses is filled in with the EMOS Core Module.
If desired, you can go abroad for this part of your programme. In addition, you will be involved in the statistical consultancy activities of our departments.
Due to the nature of our education and training, we expect students to possess a laptop for use during the Master’s programme. More information on the specific requirements for the laptop will follow after your acceptance.
Bring Your Own Device
If you are taking any computer-based classes, please bear in mind that you might be expected to bring your own laptop. As a UU student, you'll have access to practically all study software via your own laptop, free of charge, wherever you are. Read all about BYOD.