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I den kommende tid vil universitetets hjemmeside være en blanding af sider i nyt og gammelt design.
I foråret 2011 blev AU's ni hovedområder til fire og 55 institutter til 26 for at samle organisationen og styrke tværfagligheden. På samme måde er vi nu ved at lægge hele hjemmesiden om, så der bliver bedre sammenhæng i indhold og design.
The Master’s degree in technical geology counts as 120 ECTS credits and mainly consists of subjects within the technical geology field of study. You specialise by participating in course activities and projects and by writing a thesis. During your very first week, you structure your own individual study programme with the help of a teacher from the Department of Earth Sciences by choosing courses from a course catalogue. Your programme is based on your academic qualifications and interests and the subjects you studied for your Bachelor’s degree. The plan must be approved by the Board of Studies before you can enrol for examinations.
If you would like information about options regarding a Master’s thesis in technical geology, go to the department’s website.
The teaching is divided into terms with four terms per year. Each term consists of a block of seven weeks followed by an examination period of 2-4 weeks. An example of the teaching calendar is given here.
If you have the necessary skills and interest, you have the option of applying for admission to the PhD programme. In the PhD programme, you start working on a research project and are gradually trained through courses and personal guidance to become a researcher. You can read more here or study examples of current technical geology research projects here.