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    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master's Programme in Software Engineering ↗️
    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Dalarna University
    Business Intelligence: Master Programme ↗️

    The Business Intelligence (BI) Programme provides students with an intensive and broad education in data analysis, information modelling and decision-making, which are key components in the so-called BI chain. The programme integrates the most important components from Microdata Analysis with knowledge about the analysis of information systems using statistical principles. The design aims to develop the ability of students to meet increasing global challenges in their careers and to give them competence and capacity from advanced data analysis research to enterprise management.In the programme, students take courses relating to BI and Big Data. Students receive training in the analysis of business data using both statistical methods and computer methods in a BI context. Furthermore, the programme addresses issues relating to data collection and data quality. By the end of the programme, students will have taken courses on how different types of BI technologies can be used in organisations. The programme comprises courses that teach students practical skills in how to collect, store, and analyse data.In the second semester, students write their Masters thesis. The semester begins with students formulating a basic outline for their thesis work. In the plan, a problem is identified and a research outcome is formulated. The plan must describe how the problem is to be solved and what material the work will be based on, as well as how access to this can be assured. In addition, the plan outlines what the student needs to learn to be able to complete the thesis. The plan is presented to a supervisory group. Students complete their thesis in the second semester. The thesis work can be methodological in nature and contribute to the development of methods and techniques within the field of microdata analysis. It can also be practical in nature and aim to strengthen the BI chain of an organisation or improve it in some form.

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Dalarna University
    Data Science: Master programme ↗️

    The Data Science Programme provides students with an intensive and broad education in data collection, data processing, information analysis, information modelling and decision-making, which are components in the so-called Business Intelligence chain (BI). The programme integrates the most important components from Artificial Intelligence, data analysis of business data, and information systems with statistical principles. The design aims both to develop the ability of students to meet increasing global challenges in their careers and to give capacity to work within such diverse areas as data analysis research to enterprise management.In year one, students broaden their knowledge and skills in the main field of study, Microdata Analysis. A number of courses at the start of the programme lay the foundation for the rest of the programme. Courses in the first year focus on the analysis of business data using statistical and computer science methods in a BI context. Additionally, questions relating to data collection and data quality are discussed. By the end of the first year, the foundation for how to utilise various technologies will have been laid. The first year of the programme is when students gain practical skills in collecting, storing and analysing data.In year two, students are taught about and tested on issues that are relevant to data modelling and data analysis. Second-year courses aim to deepen and broaden the knowledge that students acquire in the first year. For example, students gain a deeper knowledge of data modelling and also learn how to analyse spatial data. In the second year, students formulate a basic outline for their thesis work. In the plan, a problem is identified and a research outcome is formulated. The plan must describe how the problem will be solved and what material the work will be based on, as well as how access to this can be assured. In addition, the plan outlines what the student needs to learn to be able to complete the thesis, and on the basis of these needs, appropriate elective courses are chosen. The plan is presented to a supervisory group. In the final semester, students complete their thesis work. The thesis work can be methodological in nature and contribute to the development of methods and techniques within the field of microdata analysis. It can also be practical in nature and aim to strengthen the BI chain of an organisation or improve it in some form.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Kristianstad University
    Master Program in Food and Meal Science ↗️
    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Kristianstad University
    Master Program in Food and Meal Science ↗️

    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.

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Kristianstad University
    Master Programme Integrative Health Science ↗️

    Master program Integrative Health comprises 60 credits. Work related education (VFU) is included and is 2,5 credits. This program is offered at half speed (50%) for two years (four semesters) in accordance with the overview below. However, the thesis can be conducted at quarter speed (25%) if the student so desires.Obligatory courses 45 creditsPerspectives on health and society, 7.5 credits Knowledge development in the multi-professional work place, 7.5 creditsResearch Design 15 creditsand Thesis, 15 credits In addition there will be optional / elective courses for 15 creditsTheory specialization corresponding to 7,5 credits at basic or advanced level Method specialization corresponding to 7,5 credits at advanced levelOptional courses are offered within the program. Elective courses may be taken either at Kristianstad University or at another establishment. Elective courses are chosen in consultation with the Head of Programme, in order that they may be recognized as part of the degree.The student shall be offered the opportunity to participate in seminars and research activities at Kristianstad University.

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    University of Skövde
    Bioinformatics - Master's Programme ↗️

    The aim of this study programme is to provide you with a range of specialist skills within the field of bioinformatics. You will also develop your capacity for independent problem-solving, planning, conducting analyses, and the collation, processing and critical evaluation of results. Within the field of bioinformatics, you will study courses focusing on subjects including bioinformatical algorithms, programming, large-scale data analysis, and bioinformatical research and development. You will also perform a degree project within the field of bioinformatics. Your studies will combine lectures with laboratory work in an IT environment. You will learn about different computerised tools for the collation and analysis of data from research projects and biological experiments, as well as different methods for the analysis of (e.g.) DNA sequences and gene expression data.Constituent courses in the study programmeThis is a one-year study programme, and the first semester comprises four courses. The first two courses are Concepts and Methods of Bioinformatics and Bioinformatical Analysis with Perl. These courses provide both a broad introduction to the field and a basic grounding in programming and algorithm development. They are followed by Bioinformatical Analysis with R and The Bioinformatical Research Process. Bioinformatical Analysis with R introduces the R programming language and the statistical analysis of large-scale biological data. The Bioinformatical Research Process includes a series of seminars that provide an insight into relevant research. This also constitutes a preparatory course for the degree project. The second semester is devoted to the degree project, in which you will formulate and work with a relevant research problem.Career opportunitiesThe labour market within the field of bioinformatics is in a state of continual development. In line with rapidly increasing access to new biological data, there is a corresponding increase in the need for qualified bioinformaticians. Positions are available within bioscientific companies, including pharmaceutical companies. Depending on what you have studied in your basic studies, you could, for example, work as a molecular biologist by applying bioinformatical methods, or as a bioinformatician developing new bioinformatical methods and tools.Opportunities for further studyUpon successful completion of this study programme, you may continue with a research programme in bioinformatics.Research within this fieldResearch within the field of bioinformatics is progressing rapidly. This can be divided into the development of new bioinformatical tools and the application of tools for the analysis of biological data. For the research group at the University of Skövde, the most important area for research currently concerns the identification of biomarkers. The group is conducting bioinformatical studies in the field of stem cell differentiation.

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    University West
    Bachelor in International Mechanical Engineering ↗️
    Programme duration
    3 Years (180 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Bachelor's
    Linnaeus University
    Digital Humanities, Master Programme ↗️

    This two-year master programme in digital humanities is suitable for individuals who want to work with technology to devise creative solutions in a range of humanities application areas at cultural heritage institutions, public agencies, international organizations and private companies. The program aims to build a general ability to understand and apply digital methods as well as create applications and practical solutions in working places, resorting to interdisciplinary approaches and cross-sectoral collaboration. This programme in digital humanities is closely linked to the research at Linnaeus University, its Digital Humanities Initiative as well as the iInstitute, connected to a large number of international universities through the iSchools organization. Options for a 1-year (60 credits) degree exist.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Linnaeus University
    Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, Master Programme ↗️

    The programme meets the needs in society and research for a critical analysis of implications, meanings, and consequences of colonialism in the past and the present. Emphasising the formation of the modern world under the impact of colonial power, discourse, networks, and knowledge, it analyses how these continue to influence social and political relations in a postcolonial context. Special fields of study are Nordic colonialism, environmental history, indigenous people, Linnaean natural history and enlightenment-science legacies.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Linnaeus University
    English Language and Literature, Master Programme ↗️

    This is a two-year programme at the second level with English as its main field of study. You can choose to specialise in linguistics or literature, or a combination of these. Several of the courses in the programme combine linguistics and literature. The aim is for you to develop knowledge of relevant, modern linguistic and literary theories and methods, primarily within the fields included in the research centres at the faculty, such as the postcolonial and intermedial research centres, as well as multicultural communication and text mining in Data Intensive Digital Humanities. After the first semester, you can choose courses in either linguistics or literature, or combine both fields. During the third semester, you have the opportunity to study abroad at one on Linnaeus Universitys partner universities, or to conduct an internship abroad. If you choose not to go abroad, you will study in Sweden with international students in the programme. You write your Masters thesis in the fourth semester. The programme provides a solid foundation for doctoral studies and prepares you for work in publishing, culture, education, communication, media and administration.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Luleå University of Technology
    Master Programme in Wood Technology ↗️

    The Master programme in wood technology covers the focus areas of timber engineering, wood material science and wood processing technology. The focus in teaching is on project-based learning in close interactions with our researchers. We welcome B.Sc graduates from all STEM subjects.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Lund University
    Master's Programme in Geographical Information Science ↗️

    Do you want to obtain leading-edge expertise in processing digital geographical data? If so, our Masters programme in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is for you. GIS is highly usable and in demand among many employers involved in environmental issues and community planning. Teaching is conducted entirely online.This Masters (120 credits) programme is intended for students who wish to learn to analyse and model spatial phenomena using GIS. A degree from the programme leads to opportunities to work in a range of areas in which GIS is an important method. This could, for example, involve analysis of climate change in large or small geographical regions, nature conservation, resource management in agriculture, access to water or the planning of tourism and urban development from an environmental perspective. During the programme, you learn to process and critically review geographical data regarding precision and quality, and you receive basic practical training in the latest GIS software. You will also learn database methodology and cartography, and deepen your knowledge of GIS methodology in different applications. Programme structure The first part of the programme consists of compulsory modules that provide a theoretical and practical basis for managing GIS. The second part of the studies entails a freer choice of modules in which you can deepen your knowledge depending on specialisation and interest. These specialised areas include GIS and climate change, GIS and hydrology, GIS and tourism/recreation, programming in GIS, spatial infrastructure (SDI), environmental planning, algorithm theory, remote sensing, online GIS and biodiversity. A student version of one of the biggest commercial GIS programs is distributed to you free of charge at the start of the programme for installation on your computer (barring Mac operating systems at present). Most of the practical exercises are conducted on your own computer.  Presentations and defence of degree projects are conducted in person or through digital presentation tools. The programme can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis. All courses are offered online as text, audio or video lectures. You have the option to select the learning method that work best for you. You and you lecturers correspond with each other via email, internet forums or digital meeting platforms. Career prospects The Masters programme provides opportunities for employment in the public and private sector, both nationally and internationally. After completing the programme, you will have knowledge that can be used in planning, implementing and managing GIS within different application areas. This expertise is sought after in the labour market, particularly in science, social sciences and engineering applications where the spatial dimension is important. Your knowledge is relevant for applications in, for example, hydrology, agriculture, forestry, military activities and for planning on a local, regional and national level in areas such as wind power, water supply, road networks, urban planning, nature conservation and other societal functions.http://www.nateko.lu.se/education/masters-programmes/masters-programme-in-geographical-information-systems

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Lund University
    Master's Programme in Geographical Information Science ↗️

    Do you want to obtain leading-edge expertise in processing digital geographical data? If so, our Masters programme in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is for you. GIS is highly usable and in demand among many employers involved in environmental issues and community planning. Teaching is conducted entirely online.This Masters (120 credits) programme is intended for students who wish to learn to analyse and model spatial phenomena using GIS. A degree from the programme leads to opportunities to work in a range of areas in which GIS is an important method. This could, for example, involve analysis of climate change in large or small geographical regions, nature conservation, resource management in agriculture, access to water or the planning of tourism and urban development from an environmental perspective. During the programme, you learn to process and critically review geographical data regarding precision and quality, and you receive basic practical training in the latest GIS software. You will also learn database methodology and cartography, and deepen your knowledge of GIS methodology in different applications. Programme structure The first part of the programme consists of compulsory modules that provide a theoretical and practical basis for managing GIS. The second part of the studies entails a freer choice of modules in which you can deepen your knowledge depending on specialisation and interest. These specialised areas include GIS and climate change, GIS and hydrology, GIS and tourism/recreation, programming in GIS, spatial infrastructure (SDI), environmental planning, algorithm theory, remote sensing, online GIS and biodiversity. A student version of one of the biggest commercial GIS programs is distributed to you free of charge at the start of the programme for installation on your computer (barring Mac operating systems at present). Most of the practical exercises are conducted on your own computer.  Presentations and defence of degree projects are conducted in person or through digital presentation tools. The programme can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis. All courses are offered online as text, audio or video lectures. You have the option to select the learning method that work best for you. You and you lecturers correspond with each other via email, internet forums or digital meeting platforms. Career prospects The Masters programme provides opportunities for employment in the public and private sector, both nationally and internationally. After completing the programme, you will have knowledge that can be used in planning, implementing and managing GIS within different application areas. This expertise is sought after in the labour market, particularly in science, social sciences and engineering applications where the spatial dimension is important. Your knowledge is relevant for applications in, for example, hydrology, agriculture, forestry, military activities and for planning on a local, regional and national level in areas such as wind power, water supply, road networks, urban planning, nature conservation and other societal functions.http://www.nateko.lu.se/education/masters-programmes/masters-programme-in-geographical-information-systems

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Mid Sweden University
    Master Programme in Emotion Psychology, 120 credits ↗️

    Emotion is an important field of psychology, because emotions constantly affect us in everyday life, for example, in interactions with others, or in decision making. Emotions also influence a range of other psychological processes (e.g. attention, memory, motivation). Above all, emotions are important factors for well-being, both psychological as well as physical. The program will provide you with a solid theoretical foundation and scientific training, aiming to shape analytical and systematic thinking, as well as the ability to evaluate and contribute to the research field.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Mid Sweden University
    Master by Research in Biology, 120 credits ↗️

    Are you highly motivated to specialize further in your field academically? Then our Master by Research programme in Biology is something for you. The individualized programme targets those who are interested in developing skills and knowledge for a future career in academic research as well as in industrial or public R&D.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    Mid Sweden University
    Master by Research in Electronics, 120 credits ↗️

    The Master by Research programme in Electronics targets those who are highly motivated to develop skills and knowledge for future career in academic, industrial or public research and development. This is also an excellent preparation for future doctoral studies.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Master's
    University College of Music Education in Stockholm
    Creative dance part 1 ↗️

    Practical tools for pedagogically active who wish to use dance in educative and artistic contexts.

    Programme duration
    0.17 Years (10 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Bachelor's
    University College of Music Education in Stockholm
    Choreography, body and identity - creative dance part 3 ↗️

    Dance pedagogy with a focus on creative dance and dance as art form, choreographic tools that promote students' creative and exploring abilities in dance.

    Programme duration
    0.17 Years (10 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Bachelor's
    University College of Music Education in Stockholm
    Song or instrumental education in groups (middle to higher level) ↗️

    The course comprises three days where different instrument-specific methods and materials are presented for analysis and application in the participants own practice. In addition, one seminar common for several instrument groups.

    Programme duration
    0.04 Years (2.5 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Spring 2022
    Programme level
    Bachelor's