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    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master's Programme in Computer Science ↗️
    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master´s Programme in Telecommunication Systems ↗️
    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master's Programme in Spatial Planning ↗️
    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    MBA programme ↗️

    The MBA programme is directed at professionally active engineers who have a need to develop their knowledge within the management area, in order to be able to take on new professional challenges, particularly within project management and line management. The programme is conducted online, meaning that you can take part from wherever you are. We also offer it in two versions, full time and part time. The full time version runs over one academic year, and the part time version over two academic years. In both cases, the programme requires the equivalent of 40 effective weeks of study. This means a high degree of flexibility, since students can design their own learning situation in terms of both time and space. Within each version of the programme, there are specific schedules and deadlines for the different modules. We have had students from all over the world in the MBA programme. By working together with different assignments and projects, students do not only get an understanding of intercultural aspects of management, but also develop an international network of colleagues and friends, which they can benefit from long after they have finished their studies. The programme offers courses in essential management areas such as marketing, finance, organization, leadership and strategy. One credit point corresponds to one point in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master's Programme in Mechanical Engineering - Structural Mechanics ↗️
    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master's Programme in Software Engineering ↗️
    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Blekinge Institute of Technology
    Master´s Programme in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability ↗️

    The aim of this programme is for each Masters graduate to: Have a thorough understanding of an intellectually strict, widely applicable framework for sustainable development (known in the business community as The Natural Step Framework), Be able to apply the framework, in a range of situations, for an analysis of problems as well as creation of solutions, Be able to select, design and apply a range of complimentary and cohesive tools and concepts as part of a strategic approach to sustainability, Be able to demonstrate an in-depth, sophisticated application of the framework (as part of a group thesis); and To develop enhanced leadership capabilities and the ability to inform and empower through an improved awareness of organisational and personal learning as well as improved presentation, facilitation and coaching skills.

    Programme duration
    1 Year (60 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Master Program in Religion, Politics, and Democracy ↗️

    The M.Th. program in Religion, Politics and Democracy, aims at educating future professionals and scholars for understanding the relationship between religious ideas and institutions, and the public sphere. Religion remains one of the key forces in todays world. Christianity continues to be a factor which influences social dynamics and political ideas and ideologies. At the same time, churches are influenced by the dominant social, cultural and political processes to which they are exposed. This program explores the interaction and mutual influences between theological ideas, religious beliefs and practices and, on the other hand, modern secular society and the contemporary globalization processes. Approaching these phenomena, the courses in this program will help students learn about how theology and church practice relate to the ever changing social and political environments, how ideology (both within the church and in society) structures our perception of the social sphere, and how one can engage with the social and political contexts and democratic processes in a constructive and creative way. The program equips students with theoretical knowledge, critical analysis and writing skills necessary for their future work as professionals (e.g. educators, ministers, public servants, analysts, NGO personnel and activists) or researchers (at Ph.D. level).

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Master´s Program in Eastern Christian Studies ↗️

    The masters program is a two-year program in which students acquire a deeper understanding of the field of Eastern Christian studies as well as proficiency in communicating in a scholarly way at an advanced level. A masters program involves seminars, lectures and reading of set texts.A student can choose to finish his or her studies after one year of study in which case, if their work has met the required standard, they receive a magisters degree (60 ECTS credits).The first year focuses on methods of study and the sources of our tradition and includes courses such as:Theory and method, focusing specifically on Eastern Christian StudiesSacred texts in Orthodoxy and how to read themMethods and sources for the study of PatristicsLiturgics and liturgical theologyIn the second year students specialize in one of the following three areas:The Church Fathers in their historical contextThe Church, its spirituality and its missionChurch organization and the relation of the Churches to one another and to the wider worldIn the second semester students write a thesis on a chosen area of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Master Program in International Relations and Ecumenism ↗️

    The M.Th. program in International Relations and Ecumenism, offered by the Stockholm School of Theology, aims at educating future professionals and scholars in the fields of international and inter-church relations. Relations between various Christian communities constantly evolve. Old models of cooperation and conflict between churches decline, and new emerge instead. These processes depend on both theological and socio-political factors, such as equality, gender, and a sustainable environment. This M.Th. program develops the skills of analyzing and improving the models of relations between Christian communities, and external relations with society and other religions.After graduation, the student will be qualified to deal with an array of issues related to international relations and ecumenism, including church diplomacy, religious politics and security. Students may work in the fields of ecumenical relations, foreign affairs, for non-governmental Christian organizations and international organizations. The program also provides a ground for further research at more advanced level.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Master Program in International Relations and Ecumenism, Distance Education ↗️

    The M.Th. program in International Relations and Ecumenism, offered by the Stockholm School of Theology, aims at educating future professionals and scholars in the fields of international and inter-church relations. Relations between various Christian communities constantly evolve. Old models of cooperation and conflict between churches decline, and new emerge instead. These processes depend on both theological and socio-political factors, such as equality, gender, and a sustainable environment. This M.Th. program develops the skills of analyzing and improving the models of relations between Christian communities, and external relations with society and other religions.After graduation, the student will be qualified to deal with an array of issues related to international relations and ecumenism, including church diplomacy, religious politics and security. Students may work in the fields of ecumenical relations, foreign affairs, for non-governmental Christian organizations and international organizations. The program also provides a ground for further research at more advanced level.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Master´s Program in Eastern Christian Studies, Distance Education ↗️

    The masters program is a two-year program in which students acquire a deeper understanding of the field of Eastern Christian studies as well as proficiency in communicating in a scholarly way at an advanced level. A masters program involves seminars, lectures and reading of set texts.A student can choose to finish his or her studies after one year of study in which case, if their work has met the required standard, they receive a magisters degree (60 ECTS credits).The first year focuses on methods of study and the sources of our tradition and includes courses such as:Theory and method, focusing specifically on Eastern Christian StudiesSacred texts in Orthodoxy and how to read themMethods and sources for the study of PatristicsLiturgics and liturgical theologyIn the second year students specialize in one of the following three areas:The Church Fathers in their historical contextThe Church, its spirituality and its missionChurch organization and the relation of the Churches to one another and to the wider worldIn the second semester students write a thesis on a chosen area of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Bachelor Programme in Theology, Eastern Christian Studies ↗️

    This is a three-year bachelors program which provides students with a solid understanding of Orthodox theology and tradition, and which teaches them how to study and express themselves within an academic context. The program introduces subjects such as Church history, liturgics, ecclesiology, patristics and biblical studies, with a specific focus on the eastern Churches. In the first year students study a series of compulsory courses providing a rich balance of biblical, theological, historical and liturgical courses. The first year is studied in Södertälje. The following two years are taught at Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm) in which time students are able to choose from a range of options and to show a deeper knowledge of one area of interest in greater depth in a thesis.

    Programme duration
    3 Years (180 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Bachelor's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Pastoral Pedagogical Program, Eastern Christian Studies ↗️

    The studies are full-time and take four years. The first two years will take place at Sankt Ignatios College in Södertälje. During this period, you will study academic courses as well as college courses (folk high school). You study together with others from various Orthodox traditions, but with good opportunities to focus on your own tradition. You will study subjects such as: Pastoral theology Practical liturgics (Syriac, Byzantine, Coptic, Tewahedo) Pedagogy Church languages, your own and Greek. Church history Sources of the faith: The apostolic scriptures (including the Bible), patristics, liturgics and ecclesiology.From the third year and onwards most courses will be facilitated at Stockholm School of Theology. Here you will take courses such as: Text, context and interpretation Philosophy, theology and mission in the history of the church The history of the Eastern and Oriental Churches Eastern and Oriental Christian liturgics and ecclesiology Methodology Bachelor thesisWhile you take the academic courses during year three and four, you will continue with your education and training at the community college as well as studying your church language. You can read more about the courses that are included in the programs at www.sanktignatios.org or http://ehs.se/eastern-christian-studies

    Programme duration
    3 Years (180 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Bachelor's
    Stockholm School of Theology
    Religious Educator Program ↗️

    The studies are full-time and for a student with a bachelors degree in a theological or biblical subject the education takes two years. Students with a bachelors degree in a subject within the humanities other than theology will study for three years. Students on this program will receive a theological education at masters level with a focus on Eastern Christian Studies at Stockholm School of Theology. At Sankt Ignatios College in Södertälje the studies will focus on pedagogical studies like how to create a safe and stimulating learning environment within a Church congregation or a diocese, and how to encourage participation in the life of the Church by clergy and lay members.You will study subjects as:- Eastern Christian liturgics and ecclesiology - Theory and method in Eastern Christianity - Sources of faith - Patristics- The Scripture in Eastern Christianity - Methodology- Masters thesis You can read more about the program at www.sanktignatios.org or www.ehs.se/eastern-christian-studies

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Swedish Defence University
    Master's programme in Politics and War with specialisation in War Studies ↗️

    This programme will give you a deeper understanding of issues pertaining to Politics, Security and War. You will increase your ability to independently and critically review, evaluate and analyse complex processes and decision-making.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Swedish Defence University
    Master's programme in Politics and War with specialisation in Political Science: Security Studies ↗️

    This programme will give you a deeper understanding of issues pertaining to Politics, Security and War. You will increase your ability to independently and critically review, evaluate and analyse complex processes and decision-making.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Swedish Defence University
    Master´s program in Defence and Security Systems Development ↗️

    This is an interdisciplinary, international Masters programme at the intersection of social sciences and engineering. The programme has been developed in close collaboration with public authorities and companies in the defence and security sector in order to provide you with knowledge about how technical systems are integrated with people and organisations in order to deal with a complex threat environment.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    University of Gothenburg
    Ancient and medieval philosophy and classical philology, Master's Programme ↗️

    History of Philosophy provides us with an understanding of the origin and development of scientific thought. The history of ancient and medieval philosophy of language and mind is largely understood to include ancient and medieval logic and semantics, theories of communication and argumentation, theories of knowledge, cognitive psychology, theories of mind, as well as their metaphysical foundations.In addition to philosophical competence and a high level of methodological and historical sensitivity, linguistic skills in Greek and Latin and related auxiliary sciences such as paleography, codicology and textual criticism are essential tools for any student or researcher who wants to access the most influential texts in the development of Western thought directly and independently. Hence, as a scientific discipline, Ancient and Medieval Philosophy requires a set of essential skills that are becoming increasingly rare even on a global scale.Ancient and Medieval Philosophy and Classical Philology: Master’s Programme offers students the possibility to acquire these skills and to do so in a leading research environment. The programme has originated as a direct result of a major interdisciplinary research programme (see http://representationandreality.gu.se/) and is offered in close interaction with the research group and its international network of leading scholars and partner institutions.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    University of Gothenburg
    Ancient and medieval philosophy and classical philology, Master's Programme ↗️

    History of Philosophy provides us with an understanding of the origin and development of scientific thought. The history of ancient and medieval philosophy of language and mind is largely understood to include ancient and medieval logic and semantics, theories of communication and argumentation, theories of knowledge, cognitive psychology, theories of mind, as well as their metaphysical foundations.In addition to philosophical competence and a high level of methodological and historical sensitivity, linguistic skills in Greek and Latin and related auxiliary sciences such as paleography, codicology and textual criticism are essential tools for any student or researcher who wants to access the most influential texts in the development of Western thought directly and independently. Hence, as a scientific discipline, Ancient and Medieval Philosophy requires a set of essential skills that are becoming increasingly rare even on a global scale.Ancient and Medieval Philosophy and Classical Philology: Master’s Programme offers students the possibility to acquire these skills and to do so in a leading research environment. The programme has originated as a direct result of a major interdisciplinary research programme (see http://representationandreality.gu.se/) and is offered in close interaction with the research group and its international network of leading scholars and partner institutions.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
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