Put together your own degree programme

This page has information about how the university’s various degree programmes are constructed, according to regulations valid from 1 July 2007.

It is possible to put together a degree programme from freestanding courses or via a programme offered by the university, i.e. a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme.

To be awarded a degree from a programme decided by the university you must have followed the syllabus and passed all the obligatory courses.

Higher Education Diploma, 120 credits

MAIN FIELD OF STUDY 60 CREDITS

ELECTIVE COURSES 60 CREDITS

Main field of study,
including an independent essay/project worth at least 7.5 credits.

Elective courses 60 credits

Degree of Bachelor 180 credits

MAIN FIELD OF STUDY 90 CREDITS

ELECTIVE COURSES 90 CREDITS

Bachelor’s programme in the main field of study, total 180 credits.
or
Main field of study,
with progressively specialised study, including an independent essay/project
(degree project) worth at least 15 credits.

Elective courses 90 credits

Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics 180 credits

MAIN FIELD OF STUDY 90 CREDITS

ELECTIVE COURSES 90 CREDITS

Bachelor’s programme in the main field of study, total 180 credits.
or
Main field of study in Business Studies or Economics, with progressively specialised study, including an independent essay/project (degree project) worth at least 15 credits.

Economics (if Business Studies is the main field of study),
or
Business Studies (if Economics is the main field of study).

30 credits


One subject related to Economics, worth a total of 30 credits,
or
Two subjects related to Economics, worth 15 credits each.


Elective courses

30 credits.

Degree of Master of Arts/Science (one year) 60 credits

COMPLETED BACHELOR’S DEGREE

One-year Master’s programme in the main field of study, totalling 60 credits.
or
Specialised courses in the main field of study at Master’s level, including an independent essay (degree project) worth at least 15 credits.

 

Elective courses/any subject, at master’s level.

30 credits

Of the total credits in a one-year Master’s degree, a maximum of 15 credits can come from Bachelor’s level courses.

Degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics (one year) 60 credits

COMPLETED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

One year Master’s programme in Business Studies or Economics 60 credits or

Courses in the main field of study at Master’s level (60 credits), including an independent essay/project in the main field of study worth at least 15 credits.

Master of Political Science (one year) 60 credits

COMPLETED BACHELOR’S DEGREE INCLUDING: 90 CREDITS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE OR ECONOMICS, 30 CREDITS IN ECONOMICS (IF POLITICAL SCIENCE IS THE MAIN FIELD OF STUDY) OR POLITICAL SCIENCE (IF ECONOMICS IS THE MAIN FIELD OF STUDY), 30 CREDITS IN BUSINESS STUDIES, ADMINISTRATION, GEOGRAPHY, STATISTICS, LAW OR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT, 30 CREDITS ELECTIVE COURSES

Completed Bachelor’s degree including: 90 credits in Political Science or Economics, 30 credits in Economics (if Political Science is the main field of study) or Political Science (if Economics is the main field of study), 30 credits in Business Studies, Administration, Geography, Statistics, Law or Global Development, 30 credits elective courses

or

One year Master’s programme in Political Science or Economics 60 credits or Courses in the main field of study (Political Science or Economics) at Master’s level (60 credits), including an independent essay/project in the main field of study worth at least 15 credits.

Degree of Master of Arts/Science (two years) 120 credits

COMPLETED BACHELOR’S DEGREE


Master’s programme 120 credits or

Specialised courses in the main field of study at Master’s level,
including an independent essay (degree project)
worth at least 30 credits. (at least 15 credits if an
independent project worth at least
15 credits has also been completed
at Master’s level in the main field of study).

Elective courses/any subject, at master’s level.

Of the total credits in a two-year Master’s degree, a maximum of 30 credits can come from Bachelor’s level courses.

Degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics (two years) 120 credits

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Master’s programme in Business Studies or Economics 120 credits or

Specialised courses in the main field of study
(Business Studies or Economics) at Master’s level,
including an independent essay (degree project)
worth at least 30 credits.
(at least 15 credits if an independent project
worth at least 15 credits has also been
completed at Master’s level in the main field of study).

Elective courses/any subject, at master’s level.

60 credits

Elective courses/any subject, at master’s level.

Degree of Doctor, 240 credits


A Degree of Doctor is awarded after the doctoral student has completed a programme worth 240 credits in a subject in which doctoral education is offered. For a doctoral degree, the doctoral student must have been awarded a pass grade for a documented research project (doctoral thesis) of at least 120 credits.