University Of Debrecen

Introduction

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the University of Debrecen. This page will introduce you to some of the non-medical academic programmes offered by our university, whose rich traditions, diversity and excellence continue to amaze students from all over the world. As residents of one of the most exquisite university campuses in Central Europe, our students are engaged in an intellectually challenging environment with various educational events as well as a culturally vibrant local community.

The University of Debrecen is the second largest university in Hungary, is situated in Central Europe, and is a full member of both the European Union and the Schengen Agreement. The history of the University of Debrecen dates back to 1538 when the Reformed College of Debrecen was established. The international programs were launched in 1987, and all of them are delivered in English. At present, there are about 28,000 students and the number of international students is about 4,300, and they represent countries from all major regions of the world, including Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and North America. The teaching staff of more than 1,800 provides quality education in 14 faculties and 23 doctoral schools, offering the widest choice of majors in the country.

The University of Debrecen is proud to offer more than 50 degree programs in English: We offer International Foundation Year and Semester, various types of English Language Courses, Undergraduate, Graduate and PhD programs in medical and health sciences, IT, engineering, science, arts, business, music and agriculture.

University Facts

The University of Debrecen has a student body of 28,000, out of which 18,600 are full-time students. More than 1800 instructors teach at the University, making it one of the largest higher education institutions in Hungary. Its 14 faculties and 23 doctoral schools undoubtedly offer the widest choice of majors and other forms of training.

The quality of teaching and especially research is indicated by the fact that more than half of the instructors have doctoral (PhD) degrees, and 23 professors are members of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. According to the yearly complex report of the Hungarian Ministry of Education, which serves as the base for the amount of research funding available to institutions of higher education, it is the best institution outside Budapest and is in the top three in the country, possessing 14-15% of the research volume carried out in Hungary.

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MSc

MSc in Chemistry

Campus Full time September 2017 Hungary Debrecen

Graduates of the MSc programme have significant knowledge in all major fields of chemistry including inorganic, organic, physical, biological, analytical, structural, theoretical and technical chemistry. [+]

Graduates acquire advanced application skills in chemistry during laboratory courses with special emphasis on synthetic and structural chemistry and the application of the most common analytical techniques. Possessing broad knowledge in the use of chemical literature, they work successfully in both the chemical industry and chemical laboratories including research and development areas. MSc graduates have the appropriate skills to continue their studies in doctoral schools of chemistry at the University of Debrecen or at any university throughout the world. Course structure: Basic natural sciences (6 credits) including mathematics, physics, biology, geology, informatics (further 25 credits are required from previous BSc studies) Obligatory chemistry courses (43 credits) covering inorganic chemistry (6 credits) physical chemistry (including radiochemistry, quantum theory and colloids) (11 credits) analytical chemistry (including spectroscopies) (10 credits) organic and biochemistry (10 credits) industrial chemistry (6 credits) Optional chemistry courses (35 credits) a/ Synthetic specialization (30 credits) The major subjects include synthetic methods, reaction mechanisms, separation techniques and spectroscopies b/ Analytical chemistry specialization (30 credits) The major subjects include chemometry, quality insurance, sampling, spectroscopies and environmental analysis c/ Radiochemistry specialization (30 + 5 credits) The major subjects include comprehensive radio and nuclear chemistry, nuclear medicine, radioanalysis. d/ Without specialization Advanced courses can be selected from all major fields of chemistry (e.g. organometallic chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry, catalysis, theoretical physical chemistry, chemical kinetics, carbohydrates, pesticides, biocolloids, etc.) Optional courses (e.g. management, philosophy, etc.) (6 credits) Thesis (30 credits) Specializations: Synthetic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Radiochemistry [-]

MSc in Computer Science

Campus Full time September 2017 Hungary Debrecen

The aim of the program is to train IT professionals who, possessing the solid theoretical grounding necessary to further develop their skills over the long term, are capable of performing, at an advanced level, the typically software-oriented development, implementation and servicing tasks related to IT equipments and systems, working either independently or as part of a team. [+]

Objectives and Perspectives The aim of the program is to train IT professionals who, possessing the solid theoretical grounding necessary to further develop their skills over the long term, are capable of performing, at an advanced level, the typically software-oriented development, implementation and servicing tasks related to IT equipments and systems, working either independently or as part of a team. Participants in this course will also learn the interaction and modeling skills required to solve IT tasks in all the main areas of application. Requirements Duration of studies: 4 semesters Number of teaching (contact) hours: 1,200 Number of required ECTS credits: 120 Program Credits Scientific foundation 30 Applied mathematics 6 Computer science 6 Applied statistics 6 IT algorithms 6 Data and system models 6 Vocational core subjects 48 compulsory vocational block 20 compulsory vocational block of choice 28 Advances vocational core subjects 16 optional block 16 Elective vocational subjects 6 Thesis 20 Specializations: Healthcare IT management, Information management systems, Information systems, Image processing and computer graphics, Artificial intelligence, Computer science [-]

MSc in Engineering Management

Campus Full time September 2017 Hungary Debrecen

The aim of the program is to train professionals, having a technical management or engineering degree, who are equipped with scientific, engineering, informatics, economics and organizational knowledge and with a good command of a foreign language and skills to be able to manage complex engineering-economics tasks, plan and implement technical and economic processes and evaluate the results furthermore to prosecute developing economic and organizational knowledge on Ph.D. training. [+]

The aim of the program is to train professionals, having a technical management or engineering degree, who are equipped with scientific, engineering, informatics, economics and organizational knowledge and with a good command of a foreign language and skills to be able to manage complex engineering-economics tasks, plan and implement technical and economic processes and evaluate the results furthermore to prosecute developing economic and organizational knowledge on Ph.D. training. In possession of an MSc degree engineering managers will be capable of: putting the acquired theoretical knowledge into practice and applying problem solving skills; reviewing production and service processes from different perspectives such as engineering, economic, human and social perspectives and facilitating communication among the representatives of the different fields of expertise; planning and implementing business plans; preparing tasks to facilitate engineering and economic decision making procedures and making decisions evaluating procedures, making judgments, forming opinions, making decisions and drawing the necessary conclusions; quality management of production systems and technologies; improving quality and efficiency indicators. The syllabus consists of the following subject modules: Basics of Natural Sciences 30 credits Quantitative Methods, Mechanics for Managers, Results and Applications of Modern Physics, Basics of Nanotechnology, Ecological Planning, Econometrics, Economics and Humanities 20 credits Organizational Development, Economic Law, Leadership Competence Development, Leadership Accountancy, Professional Studies 30 credits Engineering Technological Elements, Advanced Quality Management., Risk and Reliability, Integrated Informatics Systems Control Optional subjects 10 credits Thesis 30 credits Duration of studies: 4 semesters, contact hours: 1.276 ECTS credits: 120, internship: min. 4 weeks State Exam: Defending... [-]

MSc in Hydrobiology - Water Quality Management

Campus Full time September 2017 Hungary Debrecen

This water management MSc course develops knowledge and understanding in physical, chemical, and ecological aspects of water science in temperate, tropical and semi-arid zones. [+]

The water management is an extremely increasingly complex challenge and it has policy priority facing global society. Unprecedented climate, economic, technological and demographic change require a new generation of dedicated professionals who are committed to and trained in the interdisciplinary nature of water science and management. This water management MSc course develops knowledge and understanding in physical, chemical, and ecological aspects of water science in temperate, tropical and semi-arid zones. It provides a foundation in basic processes in each key subject areas, as well as interactions throughout the hydrological cycle, and the various hydrological processes and function, and the impact this has on health. The staff will lead a series of field practice training sessions: (i) Running Water Field Practice at various water types from creeks to rivers; (ii) Standing Water Field Practice at various water types such as, oxbows, ponds, reservoirs and lakes, which will improve the practical knowledge and build transferable skills in the theoretical and practical knowledge. These field skills training will both focus on strengthening capabilities to conduct high quality research for their dissertation and for their future professional development. The intended learning outcomes are that students will develop a knowledge and understanding of: (i) the physical, chemical and biological nature of water and their variations in time and space; (ii) the key concepts concerning various water types and water quality problems in relation to water use and sustainability; (iii) practical methods and techniques for water quality, monitoring and management; (iv) the key concepts concerning health... [-]

MSc in Mechatronical Engineering

Campus Full time September 2017 Hungary Debrecen

The objective of the program is to train mechatronical engineers who are comfortable and competent with cutting edge technologies in both Mechanical and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. [+]

The objective of the program is to train mechatronical engineers who are comfortable and competent with cutting edge technologies in both Mechanical and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. They may design, construct and maintain intelligent machines, micro-machines, smart structures, intelligent systems, control systems and consumer products such as cameras, washing machines or fully automated robotic assembly lines, or they may be involved with defense technology and systems. Our graduates will develop competence or acquire knowledge in the following areas: mechanics, electronics, design, signal analysis and processing, computer systems, computer science, sensor and actuator technology, automatic control, electrical system design, robotics and microprocessor technology. The curriculum contains the following subject modules: Basics of natural sciences: 26 credit points Mathematics, Application of differential equations, Theory of Optimal Control, Selected Chapters from Electronics, Advanced Systems, Dynamics of mechanical systems, Material Science, Computing Systems. Economics and Humanities: 12 credit points Management, Investment decisions and applied economics for engineers. Specific compulsory subjects: 28 credit points Digital Servo Drives, Measuring and modeling, Control Theory, Real-time embedded system programming, Image process, Electronics Technology, Computer simulation. Field-specific vocational subjects: Building Mechatronics Specialization: 18 credit points Design of Building Mechatronics Systems, Industrial applications of mechatronics systems, vehicles, building automation and robotics I,II. Optional courses: 6 credit points Thesis: 30 credit points Duration of studies: 4 semesters, contact hours: 1.560 ECTS credits: 120, internship: 4 weeks Final exam: 1. Written and oral exam on the topics of Industrial applications of mechatronics systems: vehicles, building automation and robotics 2. Defending the Diploma... [-]

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