The Master’s programme comprises 120 credits (ECTS) and it is possible to complete the degree in two academic years. The degree includes:
- 90 credits of courses in the Master’s programme, including the Master’s thesis (Pro gradu) of 30 credits
- 30 credits of other courses from your Master’s programme or other programmes
Your studies will include a personal study plan, working-life orientation, and career planning. The other studies could also include a traineeship, complementary courses in your major or minor subject, or a completely new minor subject.
What makes the Master’s Programme Theoretical and Computational Methods really exceptional is its great scope. The programme consists of several modules in physics, mathematics, chemistry, and computer science. Out of these, you may select a suitable group of subjects according to your interests and the courses you took for your Bachelor's degree.