Master's Programmes 120 credits and 60 credits

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DSV’s Masters of Sciences programmes are developed according to the Bologna process

The Bologna process’s main aim is to create comparable criteria for all universities within the European Union.
“The Bologna Process is named after the Bologna Declaration, which was signed in the Italian city of Bologna on 19 June 1999 by ministers in charge of higher education from 29 European countries. Today, the Process unites 47 countries - all party to the European Cultural Convention and committed to the goals of the European Higher Education Area. An important characteristic of the Bologna Process - and key to its success - is that it also involves European Commission, Council of Europe and UNESCO-CEPES, as well as representatives of higher education institutions, students, staff, employers and quality assurance agencies”.

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The Bologna Process empowers DSV students and graduates to apply to any desired university to further continue their studies or to apply for any job position within the EU or globally. The Bologna Process prepares students to be more attractive to the market.

 

Degrees at DSV

Degree from the Master's Programme in Computer and Systems Sciences or eGovernment:
Degree of Master of Science (120 credits). Main area of study: Computer and Systems Sciences.

Degree from the Master's Programme in computer and systems sciences 60 credits:
Degree of Master of Science (60 credits). Main area of study: Computer and Systems Sciences.

Degree from the Master's Programme in Information security:
Degree of Master of Science (120 credits). Main area of study: Computer and Systems Sciences. Specialisation: Information Security

Degrees from the Master's Programme in Decision support and risk analysis (120 credits or 60 credits):
Degree of Master of Science (120 credits). Main area of study: Computer and Systems Sciences. Specialisation: Decision support and risk analysis

Degree of Master of Science (60 credits). Main area of study: Computer and Systems Sciences. Specialisation: Decision support and risk analysis

Degree from the Master’s Programme in Health Informatics:
Degree of Master of Science (120 credits). Main area of study: Health Informatics