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For the first time, SKC is offering Kierkegaard courses at both bachelor’s and Master’s level, as well as a continuing education Master’s in Kierkegaard Studies.
The courses are designed to appeal to students from Denmark and abroad.
SKC has always been an interdisciplinary research centre, and this interdisciplinary approach is reflected in both the courses and the student environment.
Kierkegaard’s immortal ideas about existence, choice and the ‘70,000-fathoms’ comment, ethical responsibility, angst, despair and love that overcomes all are not just enduring but appeal to students across disciplines, skill sets and national borders. This makes Kierkegaard study a natural meeting place for many different students, in terms of both educational standards and nationality.
· Each semester, four English-language courses worth 15 ECTS points each are run in collaboration with DIS
· Each semester, three interdisciplinary oriented Danish-language subject courses are offered, prescribed at 15 ECTS points each
· Students from all subjects are welcome to participate in all courses
· It is possible to put together an individual Master’s programme in Kierkegaard Studies.
The idea is to develop an actual Kierkegaard programme that draws upon the experience gained during the first couple of years of both the individual Master’s projects and the Danish- and English-language courses.