DTU Continuing Education offers different master's programmes. Two of the master's programmes are specifically relevant if you are looking for courses conducted in English: The Executive MBA programme and the Flexible master'sprogramme. You can find more detailed information about the different master'sprogrammes by using the links in the menu to the left.
Is a master’s the same as a Master of Science programme?
No, the two educations are not the same.
A master's has a vocational dimension that the Master of Science programme lacks. In order to be enrolled in a master’s programme at all, you must have at least two years of relevant work experience—in addition to having obtained a bachelor’s degree. During your studies you will follow advanced courses, obtain a total of 60 ECTS-points and the academic title of ‘Master’.
Master of Science
A Master of Science programme is an education on a higher academic level. Students do not have to have any relevant work experience, but they embark to two years of full-time studies, follow advanced courses, and obtain a total of 120 ECTS-points and the academic title of ‘Master of Science’ (MSc).