Curricula

Curricula

Your curriculum describes the framework within which your study programme is organized and contains rules on how you are to complete your study programme. It also describes the programme objectives and structure.

The programme-specific curriculum, which describes your particular study programme. For example rules on competency profile and the structure of the specific study programme

Course descriptions describe content and rules for the courses and exams in your study programme

 

 

 

 

 

The programme-specific curriculum, which describes your particular study programme. For example rules on competency profile and the structure of the specific study programme

Course descriptions describe content and rules for the courses and exams in your study programme

Master's programmes taught in Danish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The common part of the curriculum, which contains common rules applicable to all study programmes at the Faculty. For example rules on continuous study activity requirement, rules governing course and exam registration, and rules governing change of study programme and transfer.

In addition to your curricula, you will find important rules about e.g. exams, teaching and deadlines in the general programme regulations:

Common part of the curricula for BSc and MSc programmes 2022-23

Common part of the curricula for professional master's programmes 2022-23

 

 

If you need a curricula not available from the study programmes webpages, you can order a copy through the application form below.