The Master's Degree Programme in Biology combines a broad foundation in natural sciences with state-of-the-art knowledge and advanced experimental methodology within biology.
Biology covers a large spectrum of subjects, from molecules to ecosystems and from early life forms on Earth to climate changes on land and in the sea. Work is primarily experimental, in laboratories on campus in Odense, at the Marine Biological Research Centre in Kerteminde, and the Svanninge Bjerge Research Station in southern Funen, as well as different locations around the country and the rest of the world.
As a graduate with a Master's degree in Biology from SDU, you will gain a broad education which can be used in many different contexts; in the private business sector, in research, in teaching or in public administration.
Why you should study...
- You have the opportunity to immerse yourself in your specific areas of interest
- You have the possibility to do your Master's Thesis Project in collaboration with a research group or company
- You can do parts of the programme outside of Denmark
Graduates of the programme are entitled to use the academic title Master of Science (MSc) in Biology.