Master's in Earth Sciences: Programme Structure and Content
The Master’s programme consists of a mandatory Master thesis and elective courses.
We offer two different focuses, climatology or geology, in the program and eligibility is based on a course-by-course basis (see pre-requisites for each course listed in their course plans). Students may select courses exclusively in one focus or can combine courses from both focuses to create their individual, integrated curriculum. To do so may require extra planning to ensure eligibility for courses.
The next programme start is the autumn of 2022.
Courses given autumn 2022
All master's students participate in the master's seminers:
Registration for programme students is automatic.
Project and thesis courses:
Both project courses and thesis courses are applied to individually, please contact study counselling with further questions: email@example.com
All courses on master's level
The list below includes all courses on master's level
Further courses outside the programme
You are welcome to participate in courses outside our programme. Often of interest are courses from the
- Geography Master’s programme, for example master’s level GIS or Urban Climate and Urban Planning
- Environmental Master’s programme, for example Chemical Risk Assessment and Applied Environmental Law.
Please note that you need to apply separately to the courses via admission as an elective course.
You are welcome to take 30 credits at the bachelor’s level; many of our courses are taught in English.