Welcome to the Human Ecology Division!


Human Ecology studies human life and human activity in different ecosystems and different cultures in the present and in the past in order to gain a better understanding of the factors which influence the interaction between humans and their environment. 

The ambition to achieve a more complete view requires an integrated perspective that transcends traditional boundaries between the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and technology. 


Courses for: Spring 2020
Course code Name Subject Online Language
Basic level, has only secondary entrance requirements
HEKA12 Human Ecology: Environment, Culture and Development - Level 1  
Basic level, has less than 60 credit course/s at the first level as prerequisites
HEKA22 Human Ecology: Environment, Culture and Development - Level 2  
Advanced level, course/s at an advanced level as prerequisites
HEKM22 Human Ecology: Methods in Human Ecology  
HEKN14 Human Ecology: Political Ecology, Crisis, and Identity  
HEKN16 Human Ecology: Internship  
Advanced level, contains essay for the Master's degree
HEKM41 Human Ecology: Master's (One Years) Thesis Course  
Advanced level, contains thesis for MA
HEKM51 Human Ecology: Master's (Two Years) Thesis  

 Contact Us!

Student Advisor
Elin Brudin, 046 222 17 59
Director of Studies
Nicklas Guldåker, 046-222 32 79 
Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies

Anders Burman, 046-222 68 33 

CPS Coordinator
Andreas Malm
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