MSC ENG PROGRAMMES
Joint programme with KAIST within the Chemical and Biochemical Engineering MSc
This double degree programme covers chemical engineering broadly. The programme combines the strength of two
leading universities and, through the expanded subject offerings, allows a deeper specialization in various chemical
and biochemical engineering fields. The programme gives you the ability to use mathematical, natural, and applied
sciences to develop new products and production processes and to address environmental issues about existing
Graduates will typically find employment in a variety of research and development intensive, internationally oriented
companies that work with chemical and biochemical production. dtu.dk/chemeng
In order to make future construction projects more exciting, secure and sustainable, this programme focuses on the development,
planning, design, construction, and maintenance of buildings and infrastructure. This requires profound knowledge and
understanding of a number of different areas, which is why the MSc in Civil Engineering offers a wide range of courses in
mechanics, material science, energy technology, heat and mass transfer, fire safety, hydraulics, acoustics, risk assessment,
computer modelling and simulation, 3D visualization, communication, and management.
Civil engineers typically find employment in consulting engineering companies, as contractors or manufacturers.
Others work for local authorities, public agencies, or educational and research institutions. dtu.dk/civeng
Cold Climate Engineering
Joint Nordic Five Tech (N5T) programme within the Civil Engineering
and the Earth and Space Physics and Engineering MScs
The Nordic double degree master’s programme in Cold Climate Engineering is the first comprehensive master’s
programme in cold climate engineering in Europe, and gives the students a unique possibility to do field work and
projects in Greenland or Svalbard. The main focus of the joint programme is to give you a profound understanding of
how the obtained specializations can be applied in jobs as researchers, consulting or practising engineers in the Arctic.
Graduates are typically employed at consulting, design, surveying and construction companies, mining industry, oil
companies, governmental bodies, or at research institutes and universities that have activities related to the Arctic.
Your role may be that of chief executive, development manager, team manager, consultant, specialist, or researcher.
Computer Science and Engineering
Concentrating on the design and use of computing components—–both software and hardware—–students learn to solve
technical problems efficiently and competitively. Pivotal to the programme is the understanding and application of the right
abstractions for advanced IT solutions that typically include both existing and future components. Choose from a wide range of
courses in software development, safe and secure IT systems, algorithms and logic, knowledge-based systems, and distributed
and embedded systems.
Our highly qualified graduates find rewarding careers in a wide range of Danish and international companies involved in IT,
electronics, and communication. dtu.dk/cse