Master's degrees

Master's degrees

Picture: Jan Ehlers – © Jan Ehlers
Picture: Jan Ehlers

Consolidation and second degree

Programmes typically take four semesters to complete. To be accepted onto a Master's programme, it is an admission requirement to hold a Bachelor's degree on the same study path at TU Darmstadt or an equivalent qualification.

English-taught Master’s degree courses at TU Darmstadt

 

Academic programmes Masters's degrees

A

Applied Geosciences
Master of Science
Applied Linguistics
Master of Arts
Architecture
Master of Science
Autonomous Systems
Master of Science

H

History
Master of Arts
History -Vocational-Technical Education
Master of Education

M

Materials Science
Master of Science
Mathematics
Master of Science
Mathematics
Master of Science
Mathematics – Vocational-Technical Education
Master of Education
Mechanical Engineering – Mechanical and Process Engineering
Master of Science
Mechanics
Master of Science
Mechatronics
Master of Science

V

Visual Computing
Master of Science

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If you have obtained your degree at a foreign university, recognition and equivalence testing will be carried out by the International Admission..


More information about degree qualifications:

Master of Arts / of Science

Academic Continuing Education

Master of Education

 

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