For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field of study options may vary widely, allowing students to tailor their education to their needs.
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The one-year Master’s programme is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to develop embedded systems individually and in groups. The aim is to enable
An embedded system is a computer system designed for specific control functions within a larger system, often with real-time computing constraints. The embedded systems can be found in numerous products and they are playing an ever-increasing role in our society.
The programme provides theoretical as well as practical aspects of the development of embedded systems. Special focus is on the integration of software and hardware components. Based on the concepts of Signal Processing, Wireless Communications and Ubiquitous Computing you will develop a distributed embedded system with good performance and security.
Embedded systems are widespread in the world, in consumer, industrial, commercial and military applications. Microprocessors are fast becoming ubiquitous, and many of the commonplace gadgets in your house and can rely on them. After this education, you can work in industries as an embedded system developer as well as in research....
The Master programme in Food and Meal Science enable students to use an independent, critical and cross-disciplinary holistic approach to work with research and developme
The Master programme in Food and Meal Science enable students to use an independent, critical and cross-disciplinary holistic approach to work with research and development of food and meals for different groups. From the starting point of the meal consumer, relevant research will be reviewed in order for the student to deepen, broaden and update their knowledge, apply it in various activities, and participate in research projects.
Structure and content
The programme comprises 60 credits. The work placement is an elective course of 7.5 credits. The programme is taught online.
Compulsory courses (45 credits) are marked with *
* The Complexity of Food Choice: The Public Meal from a Consumer Perspective, 7.5 credits
* Food, Overconsumption and Consumer Critique, 7.5 credits
* Applied Statistics in the Health Sciences, 7.5 credits
* Food for Many: Interdisciplinary Approach and Methodology, 7.5 credits
Degradation of water and water resources is a worldwide issue. Given the importance of water to socio-economy, human and ecosystem health, an integrated approach is requi
Degradation of water and water resources is a worldwide issue. Given the importance of water to socio-economy, human and ecosystem health, an integrated approach is required if sustainable development is to be achieved.
You can be a Bachelor graduate or a practitioner with either environmental or technical backgrounds. You must be interested in advancing your water management skills, as well as developing your capacity to work in a multidisciplinary and international environment.
It is important to note that this Programme does not intend to make an "ecologist" out of an "engineer", or an "engineer" out of an "ecologist". It however explicitly ensures that you deepen your water skills by integrating key knowledge complementary to your own field of study, and by deepening your own professional competences....