Bekendtgørelse Om Bachelor-And Master's Programmes At The Universities (Education Ordinance)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om bachelor- og kandidatuddannelser ved universiteterne (uddannelsesbekendtgørelsen)

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



The overall purpose of education





Chapter 2



Organisation





Chapter 3



Admission requirements, etc.





Chapter 4



Bachelor's degree programs





Chapter 5



The master's programmes





Chapter 6



Zoned teaching





Chapter 7



Guide





Chapter 8



Exam, etc.





Chapter 9



Study scheme





Chapter 10



Merit, appeals, etc.





Chapter 11



Entry into force and transitional provisions





Annex 1



Individual master's programmes



The full text of the Executive order on undergraduate and graduate programmes at the universities (Education Ordinance)

Under section 8, paragraphs 1 to 3, and section 34, paragraph 1, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 367 of 25. March 2013, as amended by Act No. 898 of 4. July 2013, fixed: Chapter 1 section 1 the general objective of education. Bachelor's and master's degree programmes are independently rounded research-based educational courses on a set number of ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System), which will qualify the student to independently carry out business functions on the basis of knowledge and methodological skills in one or more disciplines, see. (2).

(2). A field of study consists of a discipline or a group of related subjects within one of the following areas: Humanities, theology, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences or engineering.

(3). 60 ECTS-points is equivalent to 1 year of full-time studies.

(4). The rules on registering for subjects or elements, see. section 7 does not apply to students who are admitted to the bachelor's and master's programmes in accordance with the rules on part-time education, see. notice of part-time education at the universities (part-time Executive order).

(5). This notice does not apply to training sessions, which are covered by the Executive order on universities ' international training courses, unless otherwise provided for in the Decree on universities ' international training courses.

§ 2. The aim of undergraduate education is to 1) introduce the students in one or more scientific disciplines, including to sectors or disciplines ' theory and method, so that the students acquire a broad technical knowledge and ability, 2) give the students the professional knowledge and the theoretical and methodological qualifications and competences, so that the students will be able to independently identify, formulate and solve complex problems within the disciplines ' or to relevant components and 3) give the students the basis for exercise of business functions and qualify for admission to a master's degree.

§ 3. The purpose of graduate education is to develop the student's professional 1) knowledge and ability and enhance the theoretical and methodological qualifications and competences and independence in relation to the bachelor's degree level, 2) give the students an academic contemplation through the use of higher elements in to or the disciplines ' disciplines and methods, including training in scientific work and method, which further develops the student's competence to perform more specialized business functions as well as to participate in scientific development work and 3) qualify the students for further education, including doctoral education, see. notice on the PhD programme at the universities and certain artistic educational institutions (PhD order).

Chapter 2 Organisation § 4. The University can offer bachelor and master degrees after this Ordinance upon approval by the Minister for research, innovation and higher education, see. law on accreditation of higher education institutions. Organisation of training courses in accordance with article 12, paragraph 2, and section 16, paragraph 2, shall be subject to approval by the Board of higher education.

(2). The Minister's approval under paragraph (1) contains the name, as the training gives the right to use on Danish/latin and in English, see. section 13 and section 20. The terms must appear in the curriculum.

§ 5. Bachelor's and master's programmes must be organized as full-time education, so that the students can complete the bachelor's degree programme at 34 months, at start of study in the spring semester, however, 36 months, and complete the master's degree programme of 24 months in the case where the master's degree programme continues in the immediate attachment to the bachelor's degree programme. Continues the master's degree is not in immediate association with bachelor's degree master's degree programme should be organised in such a way that the students can complete the master's degree programme in 22 months at the Studio starting in the fall semester and 24 months at the Studio starting in the spring semester. Bachelor's and master's courses can also be organised as part-time training, see. University law.

(2). The University can be in the curriculum for both undergraduate and graduate education establish rules for when the students at the latest must have completed bachelor's and the master's degree must have completed, at the latest after the student has begun the individual training.

§ 6. Bachelor's and master's degree programs are built up of a number of modules.

(2). A module is a course/module or a group of elements, which aims to give the students a set of professional skills and competencies within a specified time frame specified in ECTS credits, and culminating in one or more samples in a particular exam dates declared and defined in the curriculum.

Registration for courses



§ 7. Before the start of each academic year or every six year of study should the University ensure that students on bachelor's and master's degree programmes will be enrolled subjects or elements on training relevant study steps corresponding to 60 ECTS credits or respectively 30 ECTS credits, see. However, paragraph 3. Registration should be done, regardless of the fact that a student needs to pass subjects from the previous academic year.

(2). The University lays down rules about signing up for the scheme of study subjects or elements and about selection criteria for electives, see. section 15, paragraph 3, nr. 2, and article 21, paragraph 3, nr. 2, minor, see. § 16, and options, see. § 17. The University employs professional criteria as selection criteria. If it is not possible to establish technical criteria, can the University use the drawing of lots as a selection criterion. The University may not use age as a selection criterion.

(3). In those cases where the teaching of a subject or course/module begin only in the course of the academic year, enrollment for the course or fagelementet exceptionally happen after the start of each academic year or every six year of study, however, before teaching in the subject begins.

(4). The University a student may opt for one or more subjects or elements, see. (1), 1) if the student is elite exercises, or if there are exceptional circumstances, including disability, and how the student will not be able to implement on normed student days, or 2) if subscribing to a discipline or a course/module assumes that a previous discipline or course/module has been completed and passed (academic progression), and where it will be of significant inconvenience or danger to others that teaching in the later subjects or course/module starts before assumption profession is passed.

(5). If a student has opted out of the one or more subjects or elements in an academic year or a semester, see. paragraph 4, will the profession or fagelementerne be included in the inventory of the ECTS-points in accordance with paragraph 1 in the following academic year or semester students.

(6). Students who are concurrently enrolled in a master's-and doctoral education, see. University Act, shall annually register for programme elements on master's and PhD programmes, that total is equivalent to 60 ECTS credits. Registration can be done in the course of the academic year, however, before teaching begins, see. (3).

(7). The University may grant derogations from the rules on registration set out under paragraph 2, if there are exceptional circumstances.

§ 8. The University can enroll students who are admitted to and enrolled in a bachelor's degree at the University, to subjects, elements and samples for up to 30 ECTS credits in a master's degree, if the University determines that the student has the academic prerequisites for implementing and pass bachelor's degree programme and at the same time implement subjects or elements on the master's degree.

(2). Students who have completed courses or elements on a master's degree in accordance with paragraph 1, shall have the right to be entered on that master's degree at the same University in direct extension of a completed bachelor's degree, see. Ordinance on access to master's programmes at the universities (Graduate Admission Decree).

(3). Subjects or elements, as an undergraduate student enrolled in a graduate program, see. paragraph 1 shall not be included in the inventory of the ECTS-points pursuant to section 7 (1) of the student's registration for subjects or elements on the bachelor's degree programme.

Chapter 3 entry requirements, etc.

§ 9. Access to the bachelor's program requires a high school education, as well as the fulfilment of the specific admission requirements, see. Ordinance on access to undergraduate courses at the universities (undergraduate admission notice).


§ 10. Access to the master's degree requires a relevant bachelor's degree, see. section 1, paragraph 1, or other relevant Danish or foreign training at the same level.

(2). The University establishes, within the framework of this Ordinance, including annex 1, in the curriculum for each master's degree which bachelor programmes giving access to be admitted to the master's degree, and what are the specific access requirements with regard to subjects or elements and subject-related or fagelementernes range of ECTS credits the student must have fulfilled on each bachelor's degree to qualify for inclusion on the master's degree.

(3). The University may accept applicants who fulfil the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, provided that the admission to the master program implements a supplementary education activity at the University corresponding to a maximum of 15 ECTS credits, see. § 11.

(4). The University may accept applicants who do not meet the conditions laid down in paragraphs 1 and 2, but which on the basis of a specific assessment is estimated to have educational prerequisites, there can be equated with it. The University may impose requirements on the reporting of additional tests or on the implementation of supplementary educational activity in accordance with paragraph 3.

§ 11. As complementary training activities under section 10, paragraph 3, the University can use single subject from existing approved programmes or specially planned course. Supplementary course may be offered both before the start of their studies at the master's degree and, in parallel with the candidate's education, the first semester (half-year). The University provides the curriculum for each master's degree rules on possible additional educational activity.

(2). A supplementary course, as a student is enrolled in connection with the recording on a master's degree, are not included in the inventory of the ECTS-points pursuant to section 7 (1) of the student's registration for subjects or elements on the master's degree.

Chapter 4 Undergraduate education section 12. Bachelor's degree programme is rated to 180 ECTS credits, see. However, section 14.

(2). Agency for higher education may approve propædeutisk (preparatory) education related to bachelor's degree rated for a maximum of 60 ECTS credits.

§ 13. A bachelor's degree with emphasis in the humanistic area gives the right to the designation ' bachelor of Arts (BA) ', followed by an indication of the main group. The English-language title: ' Bachelor of Arts (BA) ' followed by the occupation training in English.

(2). A bachelor's degree with emphasis in the theological field gives the right to the designation ' bachelor of Arts (BA) in theology '. The English-language title: ' Bachelor of Theology '.

(3). A bachelor's degree with emphasis in the natural sciences, the health sciences or the technical-scientific area gives the right to the designation ' bachelor's (BSc) ' with subsequent indication of education subject title. The English-language title: ' Bachelor of Science (BSc) ' followed by the occupation training in English.

(4). A bachelor's degree with emphasis in the social science area provides for the University's provision in curriculum right to the designation ' bachelor of Arts (BA) ', see. paragraph 1, or ' bachelor's (BSc) ', see. (3). Bachelor's degree programme in law gives the right to the designation ' bachelor of Arts (BA) in the jura ', see. (1). The English-language term for the legal education is undergraduate LL. B. ' or ' Bachelor of Laws '.

(5). The bachelor also provides, in article 3(1). (4) the right to use the letters ' HA ' to describe the training. For undergraduate education combo lines are added in parentheses after the name combination HA.

§ 14. Bachelor's degree in journalism is rated at 210 ECTS credits, including. paid internship rated to 60 ECTS credits in one of the University approved traineeship in Denmark or abroad. Internship abroad can, however, be unpaid, if paid internship conditions is not customary in the country concerned, and it is therefore not possible to provide the students salary in the internship period.

(2). Bachelor of science in foods and nutrition is rated to 180 ECTS credits, but training can be extended with paid internship rated to 30 ECTS credits and then gives the right to the designation ' food engineer '. The University may, in accordance with the rules in the curriculum validate that the internship is unpaid, in specific cases.

(3). Bachelor's degree in library and information science is rated to 180 ECTS credits, but training can be extended with a module rated for related unremunerated 30 ECTS credits and then gives the right to the designation ' librarian '. The University lays down the detailed rules for the module in the curriculum.

§ 15. Bachelor's degree programme should be a rounded course that builds on the level at which the student has acquired in the qualifying training, see. § 9.

(2). The University organises training in such a way that the technical coherence and progression. Education module construction, see. § 6, must ensure that the student has the opportunity to choose between several master degrees or complete the bachelor's degree programme with immediate vocational competence. Admission to a graduate program will, among other things. be conditioned by the composition of fagelementerne in the bachelor's program, see. § 10.

(3). The University provides the curriculum for each bachelor's degree following: 1) Constitutive elements of education and general professional competence and identity and other mandatory elements, including ancillary courses, equivalent to at least 120 ECTS credits. The constituent elements must constitute at least 90 ECTS credits and include the subject's or to philosophy of science and a bachelor's degree project of at least 10 ECTS credits and a maximum of 20 ECTS credits.

2) Electives at least 10 ECTS credits.

(4). For undergraduate courses in medicine and dentistry, fixed range of electives and bachelor project of the University in the curriculum.

(5). Bachelor's project will be located on the third year of training and should demonstrate the student's ability to formulate, analyse and show qualified process issues within a defined technical topic. The University approves the topic definition and sets a deadline for the project at the same time.

§ 16. Undergraduate and graduate programmes organised for the purpose of teaching in secondary education, built up by a core subjects and a minor. Both bachelor's and master's degree programme should consist of both the core subjects and subsidiary subject. The core subjects should constitute the main emphasis on both courses. Subsidiary subject must constitute at least 90 ECTS credits of education total gradient.

(2). Master's programmes in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be extended in accordance with the Agency for approval of higher education with 30 ECTS credits, when the subsidiary subject is outside Central fags subject area, see. section 1, paragraph 2, and have no professional connection with the core subjects. Studio time extension associate with subsidiary subject.

§ 17. Universities can provide for students during their education, can read options inside or outside the core area of expertise, see fags section 1, paragraph 2. The option can either consist of fagpakker composite by the University or by elective composed of the students.

(2). All options must be selected in accordance with paragraph 1 within approved programmes.

(3). Universities can determine that students must have their elective approved by the study Board for the central subjects.

(4). It must be reflected in the curriculum for the individual training, what are the rules that apply to elective subjects, including when an elective requires study Committee's approval.

§ 18. The University may establish in the curriculum for each bachelor's degree within the standard study time, see. section 12 provides project-oriented course, possibly related to areas outside the University in Denmark or abroad.

Chapter 5 master programmes § 19. Master's degree programme is rated for 120 ECTS credits, except for the individual training is provided for another bed occupancy, see. section 16, paragraph 2, and annex 1.

§ 20. A master's degree gives the right to use the term ' master. ' (candidatus/candidata) followed by the Latin term for the individual training of the basic regulation. Annex 1. Education and occupation are given with the following. The corresponding English-language term is ' Master of Arts (MA) ' or ' Master of Science (MSc) "followed by the vocational title in English as provided for in article 76. Annex 1, unless there is a different name in annex 1.

(2). A master's degree under section 16, which is organized for the purpose of teaching in secondary education, gives the right to use the title, as the central subjects provides the right in paragraph 1 followed by page the subject's occupation.

§ 21. The master's degree should be a rounded course develops the knowledge and acumen, as the students have acquired in the bachelor's degree programme, and qualify for the PhD programme, see. § 3.

(2). The University organises training in such a way that the technical coherence and progression. Education module construction, see. § 6, must ensure that the student can normally choose between competency profiles, targeting different business functions.

(3). The University provides the curriculum for each master's degree the following:


1) Constituent elements for training special professional competence and identity equivalent to at least 90 ECTS credits. Of these must be contained in a master's thesis on the 30 ECTS credits, and if it is experimental in nature up to 60 ECTS credits.

2) Electives at least 10 ECTS credits.

(4). For the master's degree in Clinical Biomechanics the University of curriculum can establish the extent of the master's thesis 20 ECTS credits.

(5). For the master's programmes in medicine and Odontology determined extent of elective courses and master's thesis of the University in the curriculum.

(6). Master's thesis must demonstrate skills in applying scientific theories and methods while working with a professionally delimited topic. The thesis concludes training. The University may, however, grant a derogation from that thesis must complete training, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, or when one or more prior subjects or elements is not passed.

(7). The University approves the task formulation for master's thesis and at the same time sets a deadline for thesis and a plan for specialized guidance of the student. The thesis must be initiated and delivered within the timeframe in the curriculum for each training is provided for them, and which applies to full-time training, see. Article 21, paragraph 3, nr. 1. The deadline for thesis runs as from the date on which the student must be enrolled in ECTS credits equivalent to master's thesis scope, see. section 7, paragraph 1.

(8). If the student does not return the thesis within the time limit laid down in paragraph 7, the University shall approve a modified task formulation that must be within the same subject area, and at the same time sets a new deadline of three months. If the student does not return the thesis within the new time limit, the students get a third test trials, without prejudice. exam notice, in accordance with the same rules that apply to other trial experiments.

§ 22. The University may establish in the curriculum, to the individual graduate program within the set duration of study, see. section 19(1) provides project-oriented course, possibly related to areas outside the University in Denmark or abroad.

Chapter 6 Zoned teaching section 23. A Danish University may conclude an agreement on classified teaching, if 1) the Danish University estimates that the total training will get a higher quality level compared to an education where all lectures offered in Denmark, including where it is difficult to recruit sufficient qualified trainers within a subject area, or where the institution abroad can provide specially qualified teaching , 2) the Danish University in its assessment of whether programme elements must be scheduled for a training place abroad, involves consideration of students ' any additional costs and legal certainty, 3) the Danish University ensures that the organisation etc. of training follows Danish education rules, 4) the Danish University ensures that teaching abroad are organised especially for the students who are admitted to the degree programme, including to the Danish University determines the requirements for teaching academic content and the organisation of exams and 5) the availability of the training, which included teaching, advertised clearly zoned so that applicants must be informed that a part of the training programme elements to be implemented abroad.

(2). The University may grant a derogation from the requirement that the student must complete the training elements of a training place abroad, if there are exceptional circumstances.

§ 24. By zoned teaching can be assigned up to 60 ECTS credits of educational elements on a bachelor's degree and up to 30 ECTS credits of educational elements on a master's degree.

§ 25. The University lays down the detailed rules for zoned teaching abroad. The seized teaching must be reflected in the curriculum for the total training.

(2). The curriculum must include the following elements: 1) the position of the education parts specified in ECTS credits, which must be carried out by the Danish University and by the institution abroad.

2) special rules about teaching and the organisation of exams, etc. for the educational elements, which are carried out abroad.

section 26. It is the responsibility of the Danish University to inform applicants and students of: 1) The provisions applicable to the total training.

2) The training and exam rules, including the code of conduct, which apply to the programme elements, which will be disbursed for a training place abroad.

Chapter 7 Guide § 27. The University offers the students on undergraduate and graduate training guide on training and subsequent employment opportunities both during the training process and in the context of the admission requirements for the master's-and doctoral education.

(2). The University publishes and maintains also a study guide on bachelor's and master's degree programs with examples of the business functions they are aiming for, and about options and recommended configurations in the study of interest to the student in planning his/her education, including selection of master's degree after completed the bachelor's degree.

section 28. A dropout threatened students, there are more than 6 months late on the programme in relation to the set study time, see. However, paragraph 3, be entitled to from the University to receive specific guidance that will support the student's ability to carry out the training, including the defection and re-runs in education is minimised. As drop-out students who are at risk are considered threatened to discontinue training due to the fact that the person concerned is delayed in relation to the set study time.

(2). If a dropout threatened students, see. paragraph 1, is more than 12 months late at training compared to the standard study time, see. However, paragraph 3, should contact the University student and offer specific guidance in the form of an individual conversation. The interview content and temporal location shall be organised by the University after the individual student's needs, see. (4).

(3). In the calculation of the period for which the student is delayed in relation to the set study time, does not include periods of delay or leave as a result of maternity, adoption, as well as periods of leave as a result of a call to the conscription service, broadcast as part of the military's international operations, prolonged illness, care of affiliated, which is disabled, seriously ill or dying or similar conditions.

(4). The University shall establish internal rules about special instructions, including which students who have the right to receive instructions. Specific guidelines can be organised with individual or collective conversations, with the preparation of training plans and with the inclusion of presenter courses, information meetings, open days, events, etc., see. However, paragraph 2.

Chapter 8 Exam, etc.

section 29. For the examination and issuance of diploma applies: 1) notice of examination and evaluation by university education (exam notice).

2) notice on the grading scale and the other judgement by university education (nature of the notice).

Chapter 9 the curriculum section 30. The University shall establish within the Executive framework arrangements for courses in a curriculum, see. University law.

(2). The curriculum for the bachelor's degree programme should include: 1 name of Danish and Education) in English, see. section 4, paragraph 2, and section 13.

2) standardisation specified in ECTS credits, including any propædeutisk classes, see. § 12.

3) academic profile, describing a) training purposes, (b)), and (c)) training courses training targets for learning outcomes.

4) rules on modules, elements and electives, see. sections 6 and 15, including a) learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competencies, b) extent specified in ECTS credits, c) teaching and learning methods, d) temporal location, and e) prerequisites for participation.

5) rules on registering for courses, including electives, options and minor, see. § 7.

6) rules on written assignments, including bachelor project and its scope, see. § 15.

7) rules on merit and advance merit, including the option of choice of modules included in another training at a University in Denmark or abroad, see. sections 34 and 35.

8) rules on internships, etc., see. § 14.

9) Any rules on project-oriented course, see. § 18.

10) Any rules on classified teaching of the basic regulation. § 25.

11) Any rules, when the student must have completed training after being started this, see. section 5, paragraph 2.

12) any rules about requirements about reading of texts in foreign languages and an indication of which knowledge of the foreign language or foreign languages this requires.

(3). The curriculum for the master's degree must include: 1) admission requirements, see. section 10, paragraph 2.

2) any supplementary educational activity, see. section 11, paragraph 1.

3) designation in latin Education/Danish and English, see. section 4, paragraph 2, article 20 and annex 1.

4) bed occupancy specified in ECTS credits, see. § 19.

5) academic profile, describing a) training purposes, (b)), and (c)) training courses training targets for learning outcomes.

6) rules on modules, elements and electives, see. § § 6 and 21, including a) learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competencies, b) extent specified in ECTS credits, c) teaching and learning methods, d) temporal location, and


e) prerequisites for participation.

7) rules on registering for courses, including electives, options and minor, see. § 7.

8) rules on written assignments, including master's thesis and its scope, see. § 21.

9) rules on merit and advance merit, including the option of choice of modules included in another training at a University in Denmark or abroad, see. sections 34 and 35.

10) Any rules on project-oriented course, see. § 22.

11) Any rules on classified teaching of the basic regulation. § 25.

12) Any rules, when the student must have completed training after being started this, see. section 5, paragraph 2.

13) any requirements about reading of texts in foreign languages and an indication of which knowledge of the foreign language or foreign languages this requires.

(4). It must be reflected in the curriculum, which the study Committee and which external examiners training falls under.

(5). In addition to the rules laid down in pursuance of this Ordinance to the curriculum include rules laid down pursuant to access notices, exam notice and notice nature.

(6). It must be reflected in the curriculum, the University, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, there only is provided by the University.

section 31. In the preparation of curricula and significant changes therein takes the University a discussion with customer panels, approval authorities and relevant organizations and seek opinions from censor the Presidency about the elements affecting test and exam system, see. exam notice.

(2). In a study programme is approved and by significant changes to the curriculum, the University must ensure coordination with other universities, providing the same or related education.

(3). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force upon a studieårs start.

(4). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall contain the necessary transitional rules.

(5). Applicable curricula must be publicly available on the University's website.

section 32. The purpose of a coherent educational structure of bachelor's and master's degree programmes can the University within the framework of the Executive order on setting common rules on the content and organisation of education at the University.

Chapter 10 Merit, appeals, etc.

section 33. Successful programme elements under this Ordinance ækvivalerer corresponding programme elements by other universities, providing the same education in accordance with this Ordinance.

§ 34. The University may, in each case, or by the General rules laid down by the University, accept that the successful programme elements under this Ordinance shall be substituted for the educational elements in another training at the same level after this Ordinance (merit). The University may also accept that successful educational elements from another Danish or foreign training at the same level in lieu of programme elements under this Decree, without prejudice. However, section 35.

(2). A master's thesis, see. section 21, which forms the basis for a term in a master's degree, may not merit transferred to a new term in the second master's degree.

(3). Decisions in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be taken on the basis of a technical evaluation.

section 35. Students, as part of the training want to implement programme elements by another University or other higher education institution in Denmark or abroad, can apply to the home University for prior credit for planned educational elements.

(2). Approval of advance credit in accordance with paragraph 1 may only be granted if the students in connection with the application for prior merit undertakes, when the prior meriterede educational elements are implemented, to submit the appropriate documentation as to whether training elements are pass or fail, to the home University. In addition, the student must give its consent to the home University can obtain the necessary information at the host institution, if the students are unable to obtain documentation.

(3). When there is evidence that the ex-ante meriterede educational elements are successful, approves home University administrative, that these meriteres into training at the University.

(4). After suggestions from the students to the University in those cases in which the prior meriterede educational elements URf.eks. not offered by the host institution, make changes in the approval of advance credit in accordance with paragraph 1. The student is responsible for the initiative and the obligation to put together proposals to study plan. The University provides technical support, if the student is asking for this.

§ 36. The University shall publish on its website a statistics about the University's decisions on merit, including prior merit.

section 37. The University's decisions in accordance with sections 34 and 35, in the case of refusal or partial rejection of the merit of the successful Danish educational items and advance merit for Danish or foreign educational elements, can be instituted a merit Appeal Board in accordance with the rules of the Executive order on appeal of decisions on merit in university education (merit ankenævns the notice).

(2). The University's decisions under section 34, in the case of refusal or partial rejection of the merit of the successful foreign educational elements, may be brought before the Qualifying Board in accordance with the rules of the law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications etc.

section 38. Agency for higher education may exempt from this Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, without prejudice to the provisions of the law governing the University.

§ 39. The University's decisions under this Ordinance may be brought before the Agency for higher education of students when the complaint relates to legal questions. The closing date for the submission of the complaint is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.

(2). The complaint shall be submitted to the University, which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the University's opinion within a time limit of at least 1 week. The University will send the complaint to the Agency attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments.

Chapter 11 entry into force and transitional provisions § 40. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2014, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). § 7 shall take effect from the 1. July 2014 and include all students from the academic year 2014-15. Students in the past academic year has been registered for less than 60 ECTS-points, must not register the missing ECTS-points in addition to the 60 ECTS credits.

(3). section 8, section 10, paragraphs 3 and 4, and section 11 shall enter into force on the 1. September 2014.

(4). Article 21, paragraph 4, shall take effect for students who begin the master's degree programme on 1. September 2014 or later.

(5). section 35 has effect for students applying for merit and advance merit for study trips, to be implemented from the academic year 2014-15 or later.

(6). The ability to extend the master's degree in food science (cand.tech.al.) with paid internships, see. Annex 1, paragraph 6.4. , have effect for students starting the master's degree in food science 1. September 2014 or later.

(7). section 36 shall take effect for the decisions that the universities take the 1. January 2014 or later.

§ 41. Executive Order No. 814 of 29. June 2010 for undergraduate and graduate programmes at the universities (Education Ordinance) shall be repealed.

(2). section 10 of Decree No. 814 of 29. June 2010 for undergraduate and graduate programmes at the universities (Education Ordinance) shall apply up to and including 31. August 2014.

§ 42. The following regulations shall be repealed on 1 January. September 2014:1) Bekendtgørelse nr. 417 of 21. April 2010 on supplementary training to the educational master degrees (master of pedagogical.).

2) Bekendtgørelse nr. 827 of 1. July 2011 on the supplementary programme for the health professional master's degree (URcand.scient.san.).

3) Bekendtgørelse nr. 740 of 30. June 2008 on bachelor and master degrees, etc. at the Royal School (Education Ordinance).

(2). Students who have started bachelor's or master's degree in library and information science before the 1. September 2014 is entitled to complete training in accordance with the provisions of Decree No. 740 of 30. June 2008 on bachelor and master degrees, etc. at the Royal School (Education Ordinance). The students, however, are covered by this order sections 7, 8 and 35. The University shall determine, when that last time trial is held in accordance with Decree No. 740 of 30. June 2008 on bachelor and master degrees, etc. at the Royal School (Education Ordinance).

(3). The University lays down detailed transitional rules for students who under paragraph 2 shall have the right to complete training in accordance with the existing rules, but who wants to complete training in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.

section 43. Executive Order No. 898 of 7. November 2002 on the theoretical part of the training to the registered auditor is repealed.

(2). The University shall determine, when that last time trial is held after the notice referred to in paragraph 1. The sample must be held before 1 July at the latest. January 2016.

Ministry of Research, Innovation and higher education, the 16. December 2013 Morten Østergaard/Gertie Lund



Annex 1 the individual master's programmes










The master's programmes are located within one of the following areas: Humanities, theology, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences or engineering.





 







1. Det humanistiske område





 







1.1. Master's degree programme in communication (Cand.comm.)

– Master's degree programme in communication aims to qualify the student to gain practical, methodological and theoretical assumptions in order to plan, manage, organize, implement and evaluate communication and information tasks aiming at the dissemination of knowledge and/or experiences.

– Candidate of training content is characterised by modules, where the focus is on the interaction between content and form, the used communication media opportunities and constraints and target groups placed to acquire and exploit it brokered.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation Cand.comm. (candidatus/candidata communicationis). In English: Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Studies.





 







1.2. The master's degree in communications with a focus on journalism (Cand.comm.)

– The master's degree in communications with a focus on journalism aims to qualify the students to develop skills in journalism by combining the best of the journalism craft traditions with the academic studies understanding, analysis and comprehensive thinking in order to inspire and strengthen journalism users in a democratic popular participation in society.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in research journalism and journalistic practices, heavy method and theory. A master's degree in journalism and another subjects are rated to 180 ECTS credits, including. paid journalism internship rated to 60 ECTS credits. Rules about the internship shall be laid down in the curriculum.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation Cand.comm. (candidatus/candidata communicationis). In English: Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Studies in Journalism.





 







1.3. Master's degree programme in international business communication (MSC ling. merc.)

– Master's degree programme in international business communication aims to qualify the students to independently and at the highest professional level of competence to carry out specialized tasks of communication in companies and public institutions.

– Master's degree programme covers one or more of the subjects within the field of study business language and offered in a variety of specialization variations which together constitutes the business language profile.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC ling. merc. (candidatus/candidata tongue mercan tilis). In English: Master of Arts (MA) in International Business Communication.

– The business language degree with specialization in foreign languages gives, after the Minister's approval with a fagsammensætning defined in the curriculum and approved by the Commission/Economic Translation Agency, be entitled to appointment as a translator and interpreter.





 







1.4. The master's programmes within Humanities area (URcand.mag.)

– The master's programmes within Humanities area aims to qualify the students to independently carry out business functions in private and public enterprises, including in the secondary education, on the basis of professional knowledge and insight in the humanities and other theories and methods that are appropriate for that training.

– In the master's programmes included one or more subjects in the Humanities area or other areas relevant to the humanist candidate's work.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.mag. (candidatus/candidata magisterii) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Arts (MA), followed by the occupation training in English.

– That can be achieved in the secondary education teaching qualification according to the rules laid down in the law on secondary education in secondary education.





 







1.5. The master's degree in journalism (master in public.)

– Master's degree programme in journalism aims to qualify the student to further develop his skills to perform specialized journalistic functions on a humanistic, social scientific and journalistic methodical basis.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in ethics, methods and theory related to journalism and social sciences and humanities.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC public. (candidatus/candidata publicitatis). In English: Master of Arts (MA) in Journalism.





 







1.6. The master's programmes within the educational area (cand. of Visual.)

– The master's programmes within the educational area aims to qualify the students, so that this first and foremost gets the power to communicate, teach, mentor and guide learning processes in private and public companies within the relevant field of study.

– In the master's programmes included modules that ensures a clear and strong educational profile related to a variety of relevant disciplines.

– A prerequisite for inclusion on the individual graduate program is that the student has a relevant bachelor's degree or another appropriate training at the same level.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC assistan. (candidatus/candidata pædagogiae) with the addition of the name of that direction. In English: Master of Arts (Education), followed by the occupation training in English.





 







1.7. The master's degree in information science and the dissemination of culture (MSC bibl.)

– The master's degree in information science and the dissemination of culture aims to give the students an academic contemplation through the use of higher elements in terms of the disciplines and methods in information science and the dissemination of culture, including training in scientific work and method, which further develops the student's competence to perform more complex business functions in private and public companies and organizations.

-Master's program consists of modules, where the focus is on the interaction between people, information technology, information and culture. Training has a strong focus on analysis and method combined with scientific and practical skills in the field of information architecture and system design, user studies, the dissemination of culture and knowledge production and dissemination.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC bibl. (candidatus/candidata scientarium bibliothecariae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Information Science and Cultural Communication.





 







2. Det teologiske område





 







2.1. Master of Arts in theology (Cand.theol.)

– The master's degree in theology aims to qualify the students to develop independent mastery of theology subjects/disciplines and methods through tertiary and specialised studies and thereby qualify for employment in private and public companies, including the clergyman's posts in The Danish State Church.

– Master's degree programme consists, among other things. the curriculum: old and New Testament Exegesis, church history, theology and dogmatism, ethics and philosophy of religion, and practical theology, if this subjects not included in the bachelor's degree programme.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in theology.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation Cand.theol. (candidatus/candidata theologiae). In English: Master of Theology.





 







3. The social sciences 3.1. Master's degree programme in law (URcand.jur.)


– Master's degree programme in law aims to qualify the student to work with legal issues in both the public and private sectors. The student shall after graduation can identify, analyze and solve both theoretical and practical legal issues.

– The master's degree includes modules that is constitutive for the knowledge of the tenets and rules within the central parts of the judicial system and for the opøvelsen of skill in the use of legal method. The training also contains modules that gives the student the opportunity for optional to put together his training, so that it is aimed at the desired legal professions function within the legal system, including courts, lawyer, Prosecutor and police, and in public and private administration as well as international organizations.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in law.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.jur. (candidatus/candidata juris). In English: LL. M. or Master of Laws.





 







3.2. Master's degree programme in business administration (Cand.Merc.)

– Master's degree programme in Business Administration aims to qualify the students to the high scientific level to identify and develop solutions to business problems in private and public companies and organizations. Master's degree programme in business administration and a freeform area qualify further within the combo area.

– Master's degree programme consists of business administration subjects with related metodefag, which deepens the limited professional and interdisciplinary areas in relation to the bachelor's degree programme. In the master's degree may also enter into socio-economic subjects.

– Master's degree programme can be designed as special combo degree programs, in which the business economic disciplines and subjects from the combo area each part with at least 45 ECTS credits. Combo education elaborates on the corresponding bachelor degree within the combo area.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC. (candidatus/candidata mercaturae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Economics and Business Administration. Combo courses (pol.) and (jur., i.t.., mat, file., got., psyk., bio ..., etc.) are added to the combo name in parentheses following the Cand.Merc. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in International Business and Politics and the Master of Science (MSc) in Business Administration and Commercial Law/Information Systems/Management Science/Philosophy/Communication/Organizational Psychology/Bioentrepreneurship.





 







3.3. The master's degree in auditing (URcand.merc.aud.)

– Master's degree programme in the revision aims to qualify the students theoretical to pursue revision of private and public companies and institutions. Training is the final part of the theoretical part of the training of Chartered Accountant.

– The master's degree includes modules within a curriculum audit, accounting, tax law and commercial law. Subject-related modalities shall be determined with a view to meeting the requirements for EU-wide approval of statutory auditors. Elective courses is determined by considerations relating to the regulation of Chartered Auditors ' work.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training to General bachelor (HA), and when the business economic disciplines at least 75 ECTS credits.

– Applicants with a business studies diploma specializing in accounting and finance management HD (s) or in financing HD (F) can be admitted to the masters course on condition that, during a period to be set in the curriculum consists of business subjects and related disciplines used as a tool, which together have an extent of at least 20 ECTS credits.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.merc.aud. (candidatus/candidata mercaturae et auditoris). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Business Economics and auditing.

-Candidate can take the exam for Chartered Accountants (auditor exam) in accordance with the rules laid down pursuant to the law on approved Auditors and audit firms (revisorloven).





 







3.4. The master's degree in international business economics, language, and culture (cand.merc.int./msc. negot.)

– Master's degree programme in international business economics, languages and culture aims to qualify the student to combine business economics, culture and social analytical and language skills, so that the students can independently perform business functions of internationally oriented enterprises, institutions and organizations.

– Master's degree programme consists of business economics, social science, language and cultural elements. Oral as well as written must be achieved competence in a foreign language, but can also be achieved oral competence in a second foreign language.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation cand.merc.int. (candidatus/candidata mercaturae internationalis), when the business elements make up training centre of gravity. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Business, Language and Culture.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC negot. (candidatus/candidata negotiandi), when the business elements make up half of the training. In English: Master of Arts (MA) in Business, Language and Culture.





 







3.5. The master's degree in Economics (Cand.Polit./cand.oecon.)

– Master's degree programme in economics aims to qualify the students to identify, formulate and solve complex social and business economic issues, through the acquisition of professional, theoretical and methodological qualifications.

– The master's degree includes modules in the courses economic theory and method and their applications as well as modules, that puts the student able to deal with relevant topics for economists from other disciplines.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation Cand.oecon. (candidatus/candidata oeconomices). Graduates from the University of Copenhagen can instead choose the term cand. polit. (candidatus/candidata politices). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Economics. Graduates from the University of Aarhus can instead choose the name: Master of Science (MSc) in Economics and management.





 







3.6. The master's degree in Psychology (master of Psychology)

– Master's degree programme in psychology aims to qualify the students to, on the basis of theoretical and methodological knowledge and skills in the field of psychology, to identify, formulate and solve complex problems in psychological disciplines in public and private institutions and enterprises as well as in independent practice.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules within the scientific psychological theories and their empirical basis in order to be able to investigate empirically and theoretically that could explain the psychology phenomena as well as in order to be able to use the psychological theories in practical work of psychologist, counseling and intervention.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in psychology.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC psychology. (candidatus/candidata psychologiae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Psychology.

– There can be obtained authorization as a psychologist in accordance with the rules of the law on psychologists, etc.





 







3.7. The master's degree in politics and administration and in management (URcand.scient.adm.)

– The master's degree in politics and administration and in management aims to qualify the students to independently and critically to identify, analyze and develop solutions in relation to political and managerial/administrative issues in the public and private sectors. The students must be qualified to perform academic functions in administration, policy development, evaluation, teaching and the dissemination of social issues.


– The master's degree includes modules of higher political and managerial/administrative professional and problem areas, which constitutes the identity of training and competency profiles.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.adm. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum administrationis). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Public Administration.





 







3.8. The master's degree in Anthropology (MSC anth.)

– Master's degree programme in anthropology aims to qualify the students in cross-cultural analysis of society and culture and give the students an anthropological specialization in a relevant field, that make the student able to identify, formulate and solve complex issues in the public and private sectors.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules that ensure thematic and regional specialisation and experience in research methodology of data collection, cultural description and cultural analysis. Collected material for specialty through field work, or thesis can be designed as a literary project.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC anth. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum anthropologicarum). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Anthropology.





 







3.9. The master's degree in political science (URcand.scient.pol.)

– The master's degree in political science aims to qualify the students to analyze the political and samfundsfagsmæssige phenomena in a changing world in order to be able to contest the academic functions within the public and private sectors. Master's degree programme ensures qualifications in areas such as European and international policy, public administration at local, regional, national and international level, theoretical politics, comparative politics and societal analysis and statistics and methodology.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules that further develops skills in the fields of politologien and puts the student able to independently and critically apply higher social science and political theory and method on professional issues.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.pol. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum politicarum). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Political Science.





 







3.10. The master's degree in sociology (URcand.scient.soc.)

– The master's degree in sociology aims to qualify the students to independently apply the elements of sociological theory and method in practice for the purposes of employment in public and private enterprise.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in sociological subjects, including higher sociological theory and sociological temafag and sociological specializations. The training also includes an essential element of social scientific methods, including statistics.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.soc. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum socialium). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Sociology.





 







3.11. The master's programmes in the field of the social sciences (URcand.soc.)

– The master's programmes within the social sciences aims to qualify the student to identify and analyse complex social phenomena on the basis of theoretical and methodological knowledge and skills within a plurality of fagtraditioner with a view to work in private and public undertaking, including in the secondary education.

– In the master's programmes included one or more disciplines within the social sciences, or other areas that are relevant to the social sciences candidate's work.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.soc. (candidatus/candidata societatis) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Social Sciences, followed by education and occupation.





 







4. Det naturvidenskabelige område





 







4.1. The master's degree in insurance mathematics (URcand.act.)

– The master's degree in insurance Mathematics aims to qualify the student to apply mathematical models to analyze financial risk in connection with insurance.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules from a wide study of topics from insurance mathematics or from related, relevant areas.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.act. (candidatus/candidata actuariae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Actuarial Mathematics.





 







4.2. The master's degree in agricultural science (cand. agro.)

– The master's degree in agricultural sciences aims to qualify the student to solve tasks within both primary agricultural holdings as the agri-food sector and public administration.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules, giving the students a set of professional skills within the Faculty of agricultural area.

– Master's degree entitles the holder to the term cand. agro. (candidatus/candidata agronomiae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Agriculture.





 







4.3. The master's degree in landscape architecture (m.SC. arch.)

– Master's degree programme in landscape architecture aims to qualify the students to plan, design, and management of open spaces and landscapes in the city and the countryside.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules, giving the students a set of professional skills within the landscaping area.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation m.SC. arch. (candidatus/candidata hortorum architecturae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Landscape Architecture.





 







4.4. Master of science in information technology (cand.it.)

– Master's degree programme in information technology aims to qualify the students to formulate and solve complex information technology problems. Based on the preceding bachelor's degree master's degree programme must give the student an individual it professional profile.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules within the technical-scientific, natural sciences, social sciences and Humanities fields, including the development and implementation of new information technology.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation cand.it. (candidatus/candidata informationis technologiae) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Information Technology, followed by education and occupation in English.





 







4.5. The master's degree in veterinary medicine (URcand.med.vet.)

– The master's degree in veterinary medicine aims to qualify the student to diagnose diseases, treat sick animals, prevent diseases and carry out food control, the food and environmental hygiene functions and other functions where veterinary scientific competence is relevant.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules, giving the students a set of professional skills within the Veterinary Sciences.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master program is that the student has completed the bachelor's program in veterinary medicine or possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent thereto from a foreign bachelor's degree. possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in veterinary medicine.

– Master's degree programme is rated for 150 ECTS credits.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.med.vet. (candidatus/candidata medicinae veterinariae). In English: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

– There can be obtained authorization as a veterinarian according to the rules laid down in law on veterinary deed, etc.





 







4.6. Master's degree programme in jordbrugsøkonomi (cand. oecon. agro.)


– Master's degree programme in jordbrugsøkonomi aims to qualify the student to acquire the prerequisites to analyze and solve the economic, administrative and programmatic problems in the agricultural sector, the agro-industrial sector with related institutions and the public administration.

– Master's degree programme consists of economic and legal modules in relation to agriculture, food and natural resources.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation Cand.oecon. agro. (candidatus/candidata oeconomiae agronomiae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Agricultural Economics.





 







4.7. The master's programmes in the field of the natural sciences (m.SC.)

– The master's programmes in the field of natural sciences aims to qualify the student to carry out business functions in private and public enterprises, including in the secondary education, on the basis of technical knowledge and understanding in science and other scientific knowledge and methods, which are relevant to that education.

– In the master's programmes included one or more subjects in the field of natural sciences or other areas that are relevant to the natural sciences candidate's work.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc), followed by the occupation training in English.

– That can be achieved in the secondary education teaching qualification according to the rules laid down in the law on secondary education in secondary education.





 







4.8. The master's programmes within the mathematical-economic area (MSC. in economics.)

– The master's programmes within the mathematical-economic area aims to qualify the student to carry out financial business functions with deep understanding of mathematics and statistics and their use in economic theory. Through the synthesis of the three disciplines should the student be able to solve theoretical as well as practical economic issues.

– Master's degree programmes contain specialisation options in all areas of economic theory, but especially in the field of mathematical economics, econometrics, operations research, game theory or the environment and natural resources economic area.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC in economics. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum oeconomices). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Mathematics-Economics or Master of Science (MSc) in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics.





 







4.9. The master's degree in forestry Science (cand. silv.)

– Master's degree programme in forestry science aims to qualify the student for the management, development and utilization of forestry, timber and other natural resources in the landscape, having regard both to the social, environmental and business interests on the basis of forestry scientific and other scientific knowledge and methods.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules, giving the students a set of professional skills within the forestry Sciences.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC silv. (candidatus/candidata silvinomiae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Forest and Nature Management.





 







5. Faculty of Health Sciences 5.1. Master of science in nursing (URcand.cur.)

– Master's degree programme in nursing aims to qualify the student to undertake core clinical, managerial, educational and scientific functions within nursing and in interdisciplinary contexts.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules of the current, historic and idehistoriske nursing, education and skill formation in nursing and nursing in clinical practice.

– Prerequisite for inclusion on the master's programme is that the students have a relevant health professional bachelor's degree, or another appropriate training at the same level.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.cur. (candidatus/candidata curationis). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Nursing.





 







5.2. Master's degree programme in Clinical Biomechanics (cand. manu.)

– Master's degree programme in Clinical Biomechanics aims to qualify the students to perform the function as a chiropractor in view of natural science and health science disciplines.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in clinical subjects, including general diagnostics, Clinical Biomechanics, diagnostic imaging and radiography and clinic.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students have completed the training for bachelor's degree in Clinical Biomechanics or possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent thereto from a foreign bachelor's degree.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC manu. (candidatus/candidata manutigii). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Chiropractic.

– There can be obtained authorization as a chiropractor in accordance with the rules of the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity.





 







5.3. Msc in medicine (URcand.med.)

– Master's degree programme in medicine aims to qualify the student to achieve the competencies in science, behavioural and social sciences, as well as para-clinical and clinical subjects necessary for after completed master's degree to be able to contest the child medical posts in a satisfactory manner with regard to the knowledge, skills and attitudes, including the medical ethical conditions.

– Master's degree programme consists of theoretical and clinical modules, is going on at the University as well as in health care.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students have completed a bachelor's degree in medicine or possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent thereto from a foreign bachelor's degree.

– Master's degree programme is rated to 180 ECTS credits.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.med. (candidatus/candidata medicinae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Medicine.

– There can be obtained authorization as a doctor according to the rules laid down in the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity.





 







5.4. The master's degree in odontology (cand. odont.)

– Master's degree programme in dentistry, aims to qualify the students to master the knowledge and skills that are necessary for now and in the future to be able to treat and prevent diseases of the teeth, jaws and mouth other structures, and to possess the scientific and technical basis for further development and studies in the field of dentistry and related areas.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in the behavioural and social sciences and clinical subjects, including dental sygdomslære, oral diagnosis, oral surgery, orthodontics, paradontologi, oral epidemiology and public health, Prosthodontics, bidfunktions learning, oral pathological medicine and gerodonti, as well as clinical exercises.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students have completed a bachelor's degree in odontology or possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent thereto from a foreign bachelor's degree.

– Master's degree entitles the holder to the term cand. odont. (candidatus/candidata odontologiae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Dental Surgery.

– There can be obtained authorization as a dentist after the rules of law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity.





 







5.5. Master of science in pharmacy (cand. Pharm.)


– Master of science in pharmacy aims to qualify the student to carry out business functions such as special pharmaceutical expert in all areas of society, including the chemical, pharmacological, pharmaceutical and clinical drug development, production, quality control, registration and marketing of medicinal products as well as information and advice on medicines and pharmaceutical use.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules within the natural sciences, health sciences and pharmaceutical scientific disciplines, including the study of Pharmacy/hospital pharmacy.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master program is that the student has completed the bachelor's degree in pharmacy or possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent thereto from a foreign bachelor's degree.

– Master's degree entitles the holder to the term cand. Pharm. (candidatus/candidata pharmaciae) (pharmacist). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Pharmacy.





 







5.6. The master's programmes within the Faculty of Health Sciences (URcand.san.)

– The master's programmes within the Faculty of Health Sciences aims to qualify the students to identify, analyze and manage complex health scientific issues on the basis of professional knowledge, health sciences and other scientific theories and methods.

– In the master's programmes included one or more disciplines within the health sciences area and possibly other areas relevant to the health sciences candidate's work.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.san. (candidatus/candidata sanitatis) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Health, followed by education and occupation.





 







5.7. The master's degree in biomedical engineering (URcand.scient.med.)

– Master of science in biomedical engineering aims to qualify the student to engage in a interdisciplinary collaboration around research and development of medicotekniske methods and apparatus for monitoring, Diagnostics and treatment of patients both in health care and the medicotekniske industry.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in Biophysics, biomechanics, medical imaging, pathology and medical research and presentation skills. Also includes training modules in anatomy and Physiology for students with a predominantly technical-science undergraduate courses and modules in mathematics, signal analysis and medical technology for students with a predominantly medical-physiological bachelor courses.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through a bachelor's degree in medicine, in science, in engineering or an engineering education.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.med. (candidatus/candidata medicinae scientiarum). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Biomedical Engineering.





 







5.8. Msc in medicine with industrial specialization (URcand.scient.med.)

– The master's degree in medicine with industrial specialization is designed to qualify the student to analyze and solve clinical problems in connection with diagnosis and treatment primarily for the purpose of employment in the health sector and in the medicotekniske industry.

– Master's degree programme consists of theoretical modules, which are distributed on the natural sciences and health sciences, as well as modules that are going on in the industry, and clinical modules in the health sector.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through a bachelor's degree in medicine or in medicine with industrial specialization.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.med. (candidatus/candidata medicinae scientiarum). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Medicine with Industrial specialization.





 







5.9. Master of science in pharmaceutical sciences (MSC pharm.)

– The master's degree in pharmaceutical science seeks to qualify the student to carry out business functions such as special pharmaceutical expert within a broad cross-section of society, including the chemical, pharmacological, pharmaceutical and clinical drug development, production and quality assurance, registration and marketing of medicinal products, as well as information on medicinal products.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules within the natural sciences, health sciences and pharmaceutical scientific disciplines.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in pharmacy.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC pharm. (candidatus/candidata scientarium pharmaciae) (pharmaceutical sciences). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Pharmaceutical Sciences.





 







5.10. Master's degree programme within the health-care area (URcand.scient.san.)

– Master's degree programme within the health-care area aims to qualify the student to carry out development and teaching assignments in the private and public sector.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules that are distributed on the biomedical sciences, social sciences, including social sciences, humanities, medical and health professional, clinical and research methodological subjects.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students have a bachelor degree or other relevant scientific health training at the same level.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.scient.san. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum sanitatis). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Health Science.





 







5.11. Master's degree programme in public health science (URcand.scient.san. publ.)

– Master's degree programme in public health science aims to qualify the student for employment in the private and public company with a background in public health scientific theory and method.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules in the areas of social sciences and health sciences. Also included science theoretical and methodological research subjects, which integrates health sciences, social sciences, humanities and natural sciences.

– Master's degree entitles the holder to the description URcand.scient.san. publ. (candidatus/candidata scientiae sanitatis publicae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Public Health.





 







6. The technical-scientific area 6.1. Master's degree programme in the field of surveying Sciences (MSC geom.)

– Master's degree programme in the field of surveying Sciences aims to qualify the student to carry out business functions on the basis of theories and methods within the surveying scientific area.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules at the land creature, environmental law, surveying and planning.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor's degree in surveying science.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation chartered surveyor and the term master of surveying. (candidatus/candidata geometriae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Surveying, Planning and Land Management.

– To achieve appointment as a practising chartered surveyor in accordance with the rules of the law on surveying company.





 







6.2. Master's degree programme within the Engineering Sciences (MSC)

– Master's degree programme within the engineering sciences aims to qualify the students to solve complex technical problems, design and implement complex technological products and systems in a social context.


– Candidate training content must give the student advanced technical competence in the field of the selected engineering scientific direction, with the possibility of specialization.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through a bachelor's degree in engineering or an engineering education.

– Kandidatudddannelsen gives the right to the designation, the term civil engineering and master of science. (candidatus/candidata polytechnices) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering, followed by education and occupation in English.





 







6.3. Master's degree programme within the technical-natural sciences (MSC tech.)

– Master's degree programme within the technical-natural science area aims to qualify the students, with backgrounds in technical-scientific knowledge and methods to carry out business functions in private and public companies.

– Master's degree programme consists of modules from the technical and natural sciences.

– The prerequisite for admission to the master's degree programme is that the students possess knowledge, knowledge and skills equivalent to those acquired through training for bachelor of science.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation MSC tech. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum technologiae) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Technology, followed by education and occupation.





 







6.4. The master's programmes within the technical-scientific area (master tech.)

– The master's programmes within the technical-scientific area aims to qualify the students to independently carry out business functions in private and public companies on the basis of technical knowledge and insight into the technical-scientific and other scientific theories and methods that are appropriate for that training.

– In the master's programmes included one or more subjects in the technical-scientific area and possibly other areas relevant to the candidate's scientific and technical work.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation master tech. (candidatus/candidata technologiae) with subsequent declaration of education subject title. In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Technology, followed by education and occupation.





 







6.5. Master of science in food science (cand.tech.al.)

– The master's degree in food science aims to qualify the students, with backgrounds in natural science, technical-scientific, as well as other scientific knowledge and methods to carry out business functions within the food and nutrition area, nationally and internationally.

– Candidate of training content to put the students in a position to be able to participate in the planning, realisation and management of complex food technological systems.

-Master of science in food science is rated for 120 ECTS-points. The training can be extended with a paid internship rated to 30 ECTS-points, if the students on bachelor's degree programme has not achieved the title food engineer, see. section 14, paragraph 2, and if it is necessary that the student can complete a specialized course on the master's degree (master brewer or dairy engineer). Rules about the internship shall be laid down in the curriculum.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation cand.tech.al. (candidatus/candidata technologiae alimentariae). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Food Science and Technology.





 







6.6. The master's degree in the field of technological-social science planning (URcand.tech.soc.)

– Master's degree programme in the field of technological-social science planning aims to qualify the students for nationally and internationally to engage in multidisciplinary teams for solution of complicated tasks in the field of resource and environment in planning, management, innovation, leadership and communication.

– The master's degree includes modules of interdisciplinary and problem-oriented studies of production technological development and organizing, mønstrenes development and the social background of consumption thereof, natural resources and conditions as a prerequisite for production and consumption, production and consumption development influence of environment, resources, everyday life and working conditions as well as resource-and environment-oriented policy, planning and regulation.

– Master's degree programme gives the right to the designation URcand.tech.soc. (candidatus/candidata technices socialium). In English: Master of Science (MSc) in Technological and Socio-Economic Planning.

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