A master programme lasts 2 years (120 credits) and leads to a degree of Master of Science (MSc). Some master programmes are thematic which means that you specialize in a particular field. Others contain more choice and make it possible for yourself to steer the focus of the programme.
All master programmes contain some courses that are restricted to students who are admitted to the programme and some courses that are open for students outside of the programme.
The Master programmes always begin in the autumn and two of the department's three master programmes are taught in English.
To be eligible for a master programme at the Department of Political Science you must have a bachelor's degree in political science or peace and conflict studies.