A master’s degree is an advanced study program that can be completed in about two years, provided students have already earned a bachelor’s degree in a similar area. Students can choose to earn a Master of Arts, an MSc, or an MBA, depending on their current and future goals.
Denmark's higher education puts emphasis on a technical higher education through the university learning. Most of the Danish universities also offers quality international students culture due to its relaxed Scandinavian attitude.
Contact Universities about Master Degrees in Health in Denmark 2017
The focus area of the profile is the economics of health care. The profile is designed to provide specialisation in the related fields of health economics, health... [+]
Medicine with Industrial Specialisation focuses on developing new medicine and better treatments of diseases. The education combines medicine, pharmacology, science and technology. [+]
In-depth knowledge of infection biology is needed in work to improve health. This Master's Programme - Infection Biology, in collaboration with Uppsala University, focuses on the biological and chemical processes ... [+]
Master's Programme - Infection Biology
In-depth knowledge of infection biology is needed in work to improve health. There is a growing demand for expertise in this field, particularly in the developing world, where microbial infections are more prevalent, often with devastating consequences.
This programme, in collaboration with Uppsala University, focuses on the biological and chemical processes behind the aetiology, epidemiology and evolution of microbial infections, as well as ways of predicting, preventing, tracking and treating infectious diseases.
First year studies concern the world of microbes and aim to give advanced knowledge of the biological and chemical processes regulating host - pathogen interactions. This knowledge will constitute the basis for more applied topics such as the biology of infectious diseases, how to control infections by antimicrobial therapies and natural immunity and how to understand microbial evolution.... [-]