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The MSc, or Master of Science, is a popular Master’s degree designation. Internationally recognized, the MSc is typically awarded after about five to six years of rigorous study in what is usually a science-based field.

In a natural sciences academic program, many branches of the field might be explored in depth with the goal of observing and learning about nature. Some of these branches may include astronomy, biology, physics, ecology and chemistry.

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.

MSc Program in Natural Sciences in Germany

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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU

Chemical and Biological Engineering - Chemie- und Bioingenieurwesen (CBI) - is about the conversion of substances through chemical, physical and biological processes. ... [+]

Chemical and Biological Engineering - Chemie- und Bioingenieurwesen (CBI) - is about the conversion of substances through chemical, physical and biological processes. As a link between chemistry, biotechnology and plant engineering, one of the main tasks of Chemical and Biological Engineering is the development of processes for material conversion on a laboratory scale and the implementation of them on a production scale.

If you are interested in a combination of chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics and engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering is the right program for you!

You can start the bachelor program of Chemical and Biological Engineering in the Winter semester. The master program starts either in the Winter or in the Summer.... [-]

Germany Nuremberg
October 2019
Full time
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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU

The Master‘s degree programme in Physics provides research-oriented training in highly successful research areas at the Department of Physics in Erlangen. It is a four-se ... [+]

The Master‘s degree programme in Physics provides research-oriented training in highly successful research areas at the Department of Physics in Erlangen. It is a four-semester Master‘s degree programme, comprising two semesters of courses and one-year research part, which is completed with the Master’s thesis. The high-level degree programme deepens and expands the knowledge and skills developed in a Bachelor’s degree programme. A wide range of specialised lectures is offered to prepare for research work in the Master’s thesis.

Degree programme structure and specialisation

The Master’s degree programme in Physics builds on the knowledge of physics obtained in a three-year Bachelor’s degree programme in physics or equivalent.... [-]

Germany Nuremberg
October 2019
Full time
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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU

Integrated Life Sciences - Biology, Biomathematics and Biophysics ... [+]

Contents of the degree programme

Interdisciplinary degree programme exploring the nexuses between Biology, Biomathematics and Biophysics

Module Groups

Mathematical Modelling and Systems Biology Bioimaging and Biophysics Biological Structures and Processes Occupational fields Teaching and research at universities Research institutions Research and development in industry Management and business consultancy Qualification requirements

Relevant Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with above-average success. The MSc programme is particularly aimed at graduates of interdisciplinary biophysical or biomathematical study courses and at graduates with a BSc in related disciplines such as Physics, Biology, or (Bio)Mathematics with a strong interest in interdisciplinary biological questions.... [-]

Germany Nuremberg
October 2019
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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU

The advanced programme in Chemistry is grouped into individual modules: three mandatory modules (Inorganic, Organic and Physical chemistry), one Mandatory elective and on ... [+]

Overview

The advanced programme in Chemistry is grouped into individual modules: three mandatory modules (Inorganic, Organic and Physical chemistry), one Mandatory elective and one Elective module as well as one Specialisation module. In the Mandatory elective module, students can choose chemical subjects which reflect the fields of the chemistry research at FAU (theory, catalysis, bio(in)organic chemistry, interfaces or materials). In the Elective module, students can choose courses according to their preferences. Modules including language, law or business studies courses are among the most popular.

A six-month Master’s thesis (6 months) allows students to develop a deeper understanding of a specific scientific topic.... [-]

Germany Nuremberg
October 2019
Full time
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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU

Advanced Optical Technologies ... [+]

Contents of the degree programme

Foundations of the first year of studies

Mathematics in Optics Foundations of Optics Foundations of Lasers Optical Systems and Applications Scientific techniques

Advanced lectures in six topics

Optical Metrology Optical Material Processing Optics in Medicine Optics in Communication and IT Optical Materials and Systems

Computational Optics

Occupational fields Medicine, information and communication technology, metrology, materials processing, software development, optical components. Scientific research and teaching International Semester(s) abroad (only available in German) Partner universities of the Faculty of Engineering Qualification requirements ... [-]
Germany Nuremberg
October 2019
Full time
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University of Koblenz-Landau

Based on the chemical and physical knowledge of the bachelor program a more comprehensive understanding of the relations between composition and structure of the material ... [+]

The master course "Chemistry and Physics of Functional Materials" enables graduates of the bachelor program "Applied Natural Sciences" and similar study courses of other faculties at German and international universities to work in research in the fields of chemistry, physics, and material sciences. The program addresses students with interest in doing research with functional materials. Based on the chemical and physical knowledge of the bachelor program a more comprehensive understanding of the relations between composition and structure of the materials on the one hand and their chemical and physical characteristics, on the other hand, is given. The master program provides the qualifications required for a consequent Ph.D. program or enables the graduates to take up responsible positions in research and development in industry or research institutes.... [-]

Germany Koblenz Landau
October 2019
Full time
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University of Koblenz-Landau

An increasing number of chemicals is used by society today, which are also released into the environment. Ecotoxicology is concerned with their potential impacts on the e ... [+]

Master of Science in Ecotoxicology

An increasing number of chemicals is used by society today, which are also released into the environment. Ecotoxicology is concerned with their potential impacts on the ecosystem. It aims to investigate and discover effects of chemicals on biological systems in order to develop methods for risk management, as well as to predict ecological consequences.

The international "Master of Science program in Ecotoxicology" integrates concepts of Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Ecology and includes Social Sciences and Economics as well. Due to its interdisciplinary and applied approach, the Program enables its graduates to analyze complex problems and to develop practical solutions.... [-]

Germany Landau Koblenz
October 2019
Full time
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University of Koblenz-Landau

The goal of this program is to train talented graduate students to become an "expert mastering a repertoire of modern mathematical and computer-based methods for modeling ... [+]

Complex, cross-linked systems pervade our daily life e.g. in natural sciences, engineering, life sciences, or logistics. The key to tackle the challenges imposed by these systems is mathematical modeling in a broad sense which is based on a profound knowledge of

mathematics physics computer science.

The goal of this program is to train talented graduate students to become an "expert mastering a repertoire of modern mathematical and computer based methods for modeling, simulating and optimizing complex systems and knowing how to combine those methods for solving real-world problems".

The term expert is used in the sense of generalist and not a specialist, since we aim at a whole spectrum of different methods.... [-]

Germany Koblenz Landau
October 2019
Full time
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University of Münster, Institute for Geoinformatics

Master MSc. Geoinformatics is to train students in the most advanced techniques in geographic information processing. Building on a B.Sc. in Geoinformatics or a related d ... [+]

Mission -- Master program MSc. Geoinformatics

Our goal is to train students in the most advanced techniques in geographic information processing. Building on a B.Sc. in Geoinformatics or a related discipline, the Masters Program will further develop the students‘ problem-solving skills, analytic abilities and teach progressive creative scientific research methods. As the Institute for Geoinformatics is among the leading places exploring new frontiers grounds in geospatial information science, Master students have the chance to get personally involved in research projects.

This opens opportunities to conduct Master theses on new and emerging technologies. Obtaining a Master‘s degree from the Institute for Geoinformatics will prepare for leading positions in industry and academics.... [-]

Germany Münster
October 2019
Full time
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University of Münster, Institute for Geoinformatics

The International Master's Program in Geospatial Technologies is a cooperation of Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU ), Universitat Jaume I (UJI ) and Univers ... [+]

The International Masters Program (Master of Science, M.Sc.) in Geospatial Technologies is a cooperation of:

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU ), Institute for Geoinformatics (ifgi), Universitat Jaume I (UJI ), Castellón, Dept. Information Systems (Lenguajes y Sistemas Informaticos), Spain, and, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL ), Instituto Superior de Estatística e Gestão de Informação (ISEGI ), Lisboa, Portugal.

Program Introduction

The three-semester Master's program will enroll up to 32 students per year. Students will attend the first semester in Lisbon or Castellón, the second semester in Münster. The third semester (Master thesis) can be performed at each of the three partner universities.... [-]

Germany Münster
October 2019
Full time
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Maastricht University, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience

In the Cognitive Neuroscience specialisation, you'll study the human brain and how it relates to cognition, perception and behaviour. The programme combines in-depth know ... [+]

Cognitive Neuroscience

How does our brain separate the sound of a Ferrari from the background noise of other car engines, or the face of a friend from other faces in a crowd? How do different parts of the brain interact when we perform everyday activities like riding a bicycle, typing a summary and drinking a cup of coffee? And how are fMRI signals related to neural activity? If these questions intrigue you, the Cognitive Neuroscience specialisation of the master's in Psychology might be a good fit for you. You’ll gain in-depth knowledge of human brain function and cognition, and you'll get practical training in the application of non-invasive brain imaging techniques such as EEG and fMRI. Upon graduation, you'll be an expert in cognitive psychology as well as in neuroscientific methods, leaving you well-equipped for a career in applied and clinical research at universities, research institutes, educational institutes or commercial research organisations.... [-]

Germany Lüneburg
September 2019
Full time
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University of Passau

In addition to being a science in its own right, mathematics plays a fundamental role in the quantitative areas of practically all other academic disciplines, particularl ... [+]

About the programme

In addition to being a science in its own right, mathematics plays a fundamental role in the quantitative areas of practically all other academic disciplines, particularly in the natural sciences, engineering, business administration, economics, medicine, and psychology. Mathematical results permeate nearly all facets of life and are a necessary prerequisite for the vast majority of modern technologies – and as our IT systems become increasingly powerful, we are able to mathematically handle enormous amounts of data and solve ever more complex problems.

Special emphasis is placed on developing students' ability to formalize given problems in a way that facilitates algorithmic processing as well as enabling them to choose or develop, and subsequently apply, suitable algorithms to solve problems in an appropriate manner. The degree programme is theoretical in its orientation, with strongly application-oriented components. Studying this programme, you can gain advanced knowledge in the mathematical areas of Cryptography, Computer Algebra, Algorithmic Algebra and Geometry, Image and Signals Processing, Statistics and Stochastic Simulation, Dynamical Systems and Control Theory as well as expert knowledge in Computer Science fields such as Data Management, Machine Learning, and Data Mining.... [-]

Germany Passau
October 2019
Full time
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Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)

The students of our Master's programme benefit from an exceptionally wide range of research opportunities, providing them with a choice of five research groups covering s ... [+]

The students of our Master's programme benefit from an exceptionally wide range of research opportunities, providing them with a choice of five research groups covering several fields from theoretical and experimental meteorology. During the Master's degree programme, our students benefit from a number of unique programmes that are offered by the "Sonderforschungsbereich" (special research group) "Waves to Weather", the Research Training Group, and the nearby Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and Polymers Research.

While our programme for atmospheric physics is internationally recognised for its strong focus on research, the excellent student-to-faculty ratio allows for lectures on a remarkably wide range of topics. These include the fields of atmospheric dynamics, trace gas dynamics, atmospheric chemistry, radiation, and remote sensing and modelling in general.... [-]

Germany Mainz
October 2019
Full time
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Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)

The students of our Master's program benefit from an exceptionally wide range of research opportunities, providing them with a choice of more than 50 research groups. Dur ... [+]

The students of our Master's program benefit from an exceptionally wide range of research opportunities, providing them with a choice of more than 50 research groups. During the Master's degree program, our students benefit from a number of unique programs that are offered by the MAINZ School of Excellence (Materials Science in Mainz), the PRISMA+ Cluster of Excellence (Precision Physics, Fundamental Interactions and Structure of Matter), the Research Training Group, and the nearby Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and Polymers Research.

While our Physics program is internationally recognized for their strong focus on research, the excellent student-to-faculty ratio allows for lectures on a remarkably wide range of topics.... [-]

Germany Mainz
October 2019
Full time
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University of Bayreuth

The master’s programme Physics at the University of Bayreuth encourages early involvement in research. The programme fosters an array of abilities and skills, in particul ... [+]

About

The master’s programme Physics at the University of Bayreuth encourages early involvement in research. The programme fosters an array of abilities and skills, in particular, an advanced scientific understanding of the subject matter at high international standards, the ability to carry out scientific work independently, as well as additional key skills, such as project management, teamwork, and presenting complicated matters clearly.

Achieving Success with Creativity

The study of physics at a high academic level requires plenty of space for creativity. For this reason, the master’s programme Physics at the University of Bayreuth gives students a great deal of freedom in selecting their concentrations, for example by way of specializations in the fields of biological physics, solid state physics, nonlinear dynamics, soft matter physics, or the physics of molecular systems. The students’ own initiatives are also actively supported. With the guidance and supervision of experienced teaching staff, students can select their concentrations to develop a demanding individualized curriculum that includes a period spent abroad. Our walkable campus fosters collaboration between professors and junior scholars in our well-equipped laboratories.... [-]

Germany Bayreuth
October 2019
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