Master's Degree Programmes A-Z

The Master's Programmes at Chalmers are strongly linked to advanced research in areas of particular strength. The programmes are taught in English and open to applicants from around the world. The duration for all programmes is two years and upon completion of studies candidates will be granted a Master’s degree, MSc.

The application period for programmes starting in autumn 2017 is 17 October 2016 - 16 January 2017.

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A

Applied Mechanics
Applied Physics
Architecture and Urban Design
Automotive Engineering

B

Biomedical Engineering
Biotechnology

C

Communication Engineering
Complex Adaptive Systems
Computer Science - algorithms, languages and logic
Computer Systems and Networks

D

Design and Construction Project Management
Design for Sustainable Development

E

Electric Power Engineering
Embedded Electronic System Design
Engineering Mathematics and Computational Science
Entrepreneurship and Business Design

I

Industrial Design Engineering
Industrial Ecology
Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering
Innovative and Sustainable Chemical Engineering
Interaction Design and Technologies
International Project Management

M

Management and Economics of Innovation
Maritime Management
Materials Chemistry (Former "Materials Chemistry and Nanotechnology")
Materials Engineering

N

Nanotechnology
Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering
Nuclear Science and Technology (Former "Nuclear Engineering")

P

Physics and Astronomy
Production Engineering
Product Development

Q

Quality and Operations Management

S

Software Engineering
Sound and Vibration
Structural Engineering and Building Technology
Supply Chain Management
Sustainable Energy Systems
Systems, Control and Mechatronics

W

Wireless, Photonics and Space Engineering

 

Nordic Five Tech's joint Master's programmes

Nordic Five Tech's joint Master's programmes include two years of study at two different Nordic universities in different countries (thus, it is not possible to study at both Chalmers and KTH). The joint programmes lead to double Master's degrees - one from each of the universities where the studies have taken place.

Erasmus Mundus joint Master's programmes

Erasmus Mundus joint Master’s programmes are co-operations between at least three European universities and can also include partner universities outside of Europe. Students in these programmes study at at least two European universities and receive either a double or a joint degree. It is possible to apply for scholarships within the Erasmus Mundus programmes.

Erasmus Mundus joint Master's programmes

  • Master’s programme in Industrial Ecology (MIND)
  • Master's programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (EMM NANO).

Master's Programme with language of instruction: Swedish

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Published: Mon 25 Oct 2010. Modified: Wed 21 Sep 2016