Safe & Sound

Early childhood development and family well-being

International master semester

Flexible learning and mobility

The Safe & Sound international master semester is tailored to provide students with knowledge and experience with cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary aspects of child development, adverse and adaptive conditions of childhood, and the impact on health and well-being.

Organized as a full-time study over one semester with flexible learning in terms of digital resources and tasks. The program is developed by INN University, department of Health and social sciences in collaboration with University of Bergen, Center for crisis psychology and Vietnam National University – University of Education in Hanoi.

The program consists of three interlinked 10 ECTS courses and an additional extended version of course 2 of 15 ECTS, tailored for students who will not take part in the exchange course.

Crisis psychology and disaster response, 10 ECTS

Center for Crisis Psychology (CCP)

University of Bergen, Norway

ACE, Health, and Sustainable development, 10 ECTS

Faculty of Health and Social Sciences

INN University, Lillehammer, Norway

Global Mental Health and social work Practicum, 10 ECTS

University of Education including Center for Research, Information, and Services in Psychology (CRISP)

Vietnam National University (VNU)

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