Ordinance amending the Ordinance on special competence-deepening course at the universities section 1 of Executive Order No. 107 of 28. January 2010 about specific competence-deepening course in universities is amended as follows: 1. Annex 1 is replaced by Annex 1 to the present Decree.
section 2 of the notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2010.
University and property agency, the twenty-first century. June 2010 Jens Peter Jacobsen Director/Anders J Annex 1 MSC programmes that are not qualifying for special competence-deepening course in brackets listed names specify the courses within that candidate area that cannot serve as a basis for inclusion on a special competence-expansion cycle. For master's programmes that are structured by subjects from several areas, are the central subjects crucial to whether a candidate can be admitted.
The humanistic area – the master's programmes within Humanities area (audiologopedics) – master's programmes within the educational area (educational psychology, educational sociology from Denmark's School of education, University of Aarhus, Denmark) The natural sciences – master of science in information technology (Softwaredevelopment and Technology) – the master's degree in veterinary medicine – the master's programmes in the field of the natural sciences (computer science, physics, human nutrition, physical education, mathematics, molecular biology) – master's programmes within the mathematical-economic area The social sciences – master's degree programme in law – master's degree programme in business administration (information technology) – the master's degree in auditing – the master's degree in economics – the master's degree in psychology – Kandi datuddannelsen, respectively, in policy and administration and in management – master's degree in political science – the master's programmes in the field of the social sciences (social studies, social work) the Faculty of Health Sciences – master of science in medicine – the master's degree in odontology – master's degree programme in public health science