Students, in order to successfully complete the program are required to attend lectures as well as to conduct a Dissertation. The program consists of 8 modules (64 credits) and the Dissertation (32 credits). Students can undertake up to 4 modules in a semester.
The program is available to study full time or part time. For full time study the duration for completion is 3 semesters or one and a half calendar year. Course modules are delivered through the first (2) semesters and students’ attendance is compulsory, whilst Master’s Dissertation is expected to be conducted in the third (3) semester. For part time study the duration for completion is 6 semesters. Part time study is mainly offered to the students that may wish to combine academic study with work or other commitments.
The teaching process of each taught module consists of:
- A 5 days intensive session of lectures, at the beginning of each semester (October – February). held on the location of the department.
- Modern digital distant learning activities through relevant platform
- Individual and group coursework that are conducted under the guidance and the supervision of the teaching professor.