Master's programmes (continuing education)
A Master’s programme is relevant for you if you want to qualify your competencies through continuing education at graduate level.
A Master’s degree differs from a Master of Science. A master's programme has a vocational dimension that the Master of Science programme lacks.
In order to be enrolled in a master’s programme, 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 achieve the academic title of ‘Master’.
Master's programmes in English
Three of the master's programmes are specifically relevant if you are looking for courses conducted in English: The Executive MBA programme, the Flexible master's programme, and the Wind Energy Master.
Master’s programmes offered at DTU
Flexible Master in Power-to-X
Master of Fire Safety
Master in Sustainable Construction (in Danish)
Master in Sustainable Leadership
Master of Sustainable and Safe Food Production
Master of Wind Energy