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  1. Advanced Materials Science (E)

    The field of Advanced Materials Science deals with the (further) development, characterisation and application of materials. The development of new materials can be regarded as a foundation on which to open up future-oriented applications. The master’s programme is divided up into four semesters and includes the following general compulsory subjects: integrative laboratory materials, solid state physics, materials sciences, nuclear physics and quantum mechanics, applied chemistry, analytical chemistry, selection of materials, production and processing processes, characterisation of materials, physical properties of materials (1st and 2nd semester). As of the second semester students will choose their specialised elective courses, which include metallic and ceramic materials (ductility, original and deformation processes, functional materials), semiconductor process engineering and nanotechnology (physics of the semiconductor parts, surface chemistry, nanostructures and nanotechnology) as well as polymer sciences and plastics engineering (macromolecular materials, nanostructures in polymers, modern polymer characterisation). Students will be supported in undertaking a study period abroad. Students have to write a master's thesis. The study programme concludes with a master’s examination before a board of examiners. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz in Kooperation mit der Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  2. Agricultural and Food Economy

    The degree programme in Agricultural and Food Economy provides the students with interdisciplinary and integrative knowledge and skills which are needed in the agricultural production chain. Human and animal food as well as renewable primary products are central aspects of the course. The relatively small number of compulsory subjects include mainly introductory courses and more in-depth courses in agricultural business administration, agricultural marketing as well as methods of rural regional development, two subject-specific excursions and the course “International Commodity Markets and Trade Policy”. The above-mentioned specialisations (business administration and marketing or agricultural and food policy) are not compulsory, thus the contents can be ideally adapted to the students' individual requirements. ...

    Provider NameUniversität für Bodenkultur Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  3. General Linguistics: Grammar Theory and Cognitive Linguistics

    The degree programme in General Linguistics: Grammar Theory and Cognitive Linguistics is an advanced education of scientists in the field between cognitively aligned subdisciplines of linguistics such as psycho-, patho- or neurolinguistics and the different subdivisions of modern grammar theories. The programme lasts four semesters. It is divided into six compulsory modules. Students have to choose the module four either from the area of Cognitive Linguistics or Grammar Theory. The degree programme concludes with a master's thesis and an examination held before a panel. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  4. Applied Ethics

    Ethics deal with the motivation of values and norms by means of arguments, the role and function of ethical concepts and the rules and structures of decision processes. Based on this, applied ethics deal with the reflexion, pervasion and preparation of specific, socially relevant areas of human reality under the premise of acting and the claim for logical reasoning. The degree programme is mostly an extra-occupational one. The curriculum consists of a basic module (philosophical, cultural studies and working methods basics of applied ethics) and two out of three concentration modules to choose from (education, health, economics and society). Moreover elective subjects, which can be chosen freely, can be studied. The degree programme concludes with a master thesis and a master exam (a defensio). ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  5. Applied Linguistics

    The degree programme Applied Linguistics is an advanced education in different fields of application of linguistics relevant for society. The programme lasts four semesters. It consists of five compulsory modules. Module four has to be chosen from either the field discourse analysis and sociolinguistics or language teaching research, language learning research and language policy. The degree programme is completed by a master thesis and an examination held before a committee. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Vienna

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  6. Art & Science (E)

    The degree programme Arts & Science deals with the relationships between different artistic and scientific representational cultures and the interactions between the arts and natural sciences. The master's programme lasts four semesters and contains the following subjects, amongst others: Interdisciplinary practice / project work art & science, art & science: methods of transdisciplinary research and applied representation techniques (experimental cultures, visualisation cultures, artistic and art-technological principles, humanities and cultural studies, interdisciplinary theory seminar art & science). Compulsory elective subjects from the areas of electron microscopy, science visualisation, biology, technology, media art, photography, painting, graphic reproduction, etc., computer graphics or medical sciences are to be studied. Students have to write a master's thesis from an artistic or scientific field. ...

    Provider NameUniversität für angewandte Kunst Wien

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  7. Agricultural Crop Sciences

    Applied Plant Sciences teach students a well-founded interdisciplinary knowledge about functions and strategies of use of agrarian ecosystems for a responsible and competent guarantee of the production of plant primary products and foodstuffs. The master programme consists of compulsory subjects, compulsory focal subjects, elective subjects and elective subjects that can be chosen freely, and the master thesis; thus, if students wish, they can be very flexible in their choice of subjects. The only general compulsory subjects are the master seminar and an interdisciplinary excursion. To consolidate and enhance one’s knowledge numerous courses in the following elective modules are available: plant production and grassland-based agriculture, plant protection, plant breeding and plant biotechnology, horticulture, pomiculture and viticulture, garden tending and landscape gardening, agrology, agricultural engineering, methodological basics and tools. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  8. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The degree programme consists of compulsory and elective modules. The compulsory modules are: lectures on architecture, lectures on architecture and urban planning, civil engineering M, planning M1 and planning M2. Students can choose three elective modules out of nine. These are: theory of architecture, building history and building research, intelligent buildings, methods and processes, town and landscape, elective module – design research, space concepts, interior and design and architecture and experiment. Moreover three compulsory specialisation modules are to be studied. These can be found in a course catalogue. The degree programme concludes with a master thesis and the defence of the master thesis. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Innsbruck

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Tirol
  9. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The degree programme consists of the areas (examination subjects) planning, modules and general elective subjects as well as elective subjects that can be chosen freely, and soft skills. The subject Planning consists of courses in which an architectural project will be planned and developed. Here we distinguish between Major Planning and Minor Planning. Modules are groups of elective subjects which serve the individual academic specialisation on the part of the students. General elective subjects are elective subjects that must be chosen from a list of courses of the field of study Architecture. The courses in planning, modules and elective subjects to be chosen from a list relate to four areas of specialisation: civil engineering and constructive design, construction planning and artistic design, urban planning and landscape architecture, and theory, history and conservation of historic monuments. The degree programme concludes with a master thesis and a final exam. The exam begins with the presentation and defence of the master thesis and serves to prove the acquired knowledge and skills in three selected topics of the master programme. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  10. Architecture

    The core skills of architecture are planning, construction and design. Tasks include detailed planning, support structure planning and object planning, urban development, landscape design and spatial planning as well as the design of virtual spaces, always taking into account artistic, technical, ecological and social aspects. The degree programme consists of compulsory subjects, a catalogue of elective subjects and optional subjects. The following compulsory subjects are relevant: urban research, architectural technology, planning aspects of building theory, urban development, integral landscape, theory of architecture today, project exercise I, project exercise II and project exercise III. The courses which must be studied in the optional subject serve to set individual priorities and further development of the students. They can be chosen freely from the courses on offer. It is recommended to spread the courses that can be chosen freely over the whole duration of the degree programme. The programme concludes with a master thesis and a master’s examination before a committee. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark

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