MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS

Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Master’s programs last between three and four semesters and are completed with the Master’s degree or “Diplomingenieur/Diplomingenieurin”. The admission requirement is a Bachelor’s, Diploma or teaching degree equivalent to the programs offered in Salzburg.

Master's Degree Programmes

Programmes University Degree Course Duration
Ancient History and Classical Studies MA 4
Applied Geoinformatics MSc 4
Applied Image and Signal Processing MSc 4
Catholic Religion Education M. Theol. 4
Chemistry and Physics of Materials MSc 3
Communication Science MA 4
Copernicus Master in Digital Earth Msc 4
Data Science MSc 4
Digital Communication Leadership MA 4
Ecology and Evolution MSc 4
Educational Sciences MA 4
English Language Sciences MA 4
European Union Studies MA 4
Geography MSc 4
Geology MSc 4
German Language Sciences MA 4
German Studies MA 4
History MA 4
History of Art MA 4
Human-Computer Interaction MSc 4
Informatics Dipl.-Ing. 4
Jewish Cultural History MA 4
Law and Economics LLM. oec. 4
Linguistics Language Sciences MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Comparative Literary Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in English and American Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Greek/Latin MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Romance Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Slavonic Studies MA 4
Mathematics MSc 4
Medical Biology MSc 4
Molecular Biology MSc 4
Musicology and Dance Studies MA 4
Philosophy MA 4
Philosophy at the Faculty of Catholic Theology MA 4
Political Science MA 4
Political Science - Integration & Governance
MA 4
Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Clinical Linguistics MSc 4
Psychology MSc 4
Religious Studies MA 4
Romance Language Sciences MA 4
Slavonic Language Sciences MA 4
Science and Technology of Materials MSc 4
Soziology MSSc 4
Sports-Management-Media MSc 4
Sport Science and Kinesiology MSc 4
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