Visit our website for more information about Admission and Application.
Months of entry
Project-X parties organised via Facebook. Unhealthy eating habits. Workplace bullying. Although a wide range of issues, the same rule applies to all of them: it comes down to the way in which people affect each other's behaviour. In this Master’s programme, you study human behaviour and behaviour change in a social, health, or organisational context.
During this Master’s programme, you will choose between the following three tracks:
- Social Influence: about the social influence of behaviour and attitude change
- Health Promotion: about improving health-related behaviour
- Work and Organisation: about the functioning and wellbeing of individuals and teams in organisations
By choosing a track and elective courses you can explore your personal field of interest.
This Master’s programme connects closely to our research programmes Social-cognitive and Interpersonal Determinants of Behaviour, Health Psychology: Self-regulation, and Work and Organisational Psychology. Connecting theory and practice is essential in our master. You will develop theory-driven interventions by means of the PATH model (Problem-Analysis-Test-Help).
Do you want to know more about our research? Watch the videos of Professor Belle Derks about Work and Organisational Psychology (in Dutch) or about Social Psychology by Professor Kees van den Bos. A video of Professor Denise de Ridder about Health Psychology: Self-regulation will follow soon.
The courses in this Master's programme are rooted in international scientific literature. On top of that, you can do your internship and thesis abroad.
You will gain specialised knowledge, skills and insights in the fields of Social Psychology, Health Psychology and/or Work and Organisational Psychology. Your development as an academic professional is of central concern.
As a Master's graduate, you will be able to analyse and propose interventions for social, health or organisational issues, such as:
- integration and participation issues
- consumer behaviour
- employability of employees
- innovation and performance in organisations
- gender inequality
- self-regulation issues
- health-related behaviour
Information for international students
Find out more from our website.
Fees and funding
Visit our website for more information about Tuition Fees and Financial Support.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Esther Kluwer