Master's Courses of Study
The Master of Science (M.Sc.) is a second academic degree in the natural sciences or humanities, which is awarded by a certificate after a course of study completed with a university examination.
Building on a Bachelor's degree, the Master's degree is designed to enable students to work scientifically and methodically, to impart theoretical-analytical skills and to enable graduates to adapt openly and creatively to new conditions in professional life. The Master's degree qualifies for a profession and entitles the holder to a subsequent doctorate.