The Master of Science in Engineering – Technology-Based Business Development in Herning aims at providing graduates with a strong insight in engineering practices, the relationship between theory and practice and a relentless desire for generating new knowledge and technology-based business opportunities for companies.
The core courses take a technological view on engineering management processes including organisation, research methodologies, business creation and optimisation. The degree programme offers students the possibility of choosing individual technological specialisations in close collaboration with companies in a spirit of problem-based learning.
The programme is carried out with a strong emphasis on practice, as it has a long tradition of ensuring a strong link between the theory that the students acquire on the programme and the practical challenges faced by companies.
The Master’s degree programme in technology-based business development is now offered as a Master’s degree programme for working professionals. The Master’s degree programme for working professionals is a part-time programme aimed at people who work alongside their studies.
- A Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a specialisation in mechanical, chemical, electrical, electronic, construction, bioprocess, health technology or neuroscience engineering.
- A Bachelor of Engineering with a specialisation in mechanics, production or exports, including the Global Management and Manufacturing (GMM) study programme at the Department of Business Development and Technology.
- The first three years of the Business Development Engineer (BDE) study programme at the Department of Business Development and Technology (corresponding to 180 ECTS, including completed Bachelor’s project).
- A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Physics, Geology, Geography, Bioscience, Nuclear, Biology and similar.
- A Bachelor of Engineering in Global Business Engineering or a Bachelor of Value Chain Management from VIA University College in Horsens, Denmark.
- A Bachelor in Materials Science and Product Design from VIA University College, TEKO Design + Business in Herning, Denmark.
- Other similar programmes, provided that the Board of Studies assesses that their level, extent and content correspond to the degrees mentioned above.
The Bachelor’s programme must contain an element of innovation and business development corresponding to at least 15 ECTS credits. These ECTS credits are typically obtained by means of a final project containing significant elements of innovation and business development or by means of minor subjects.
In addition, English language qualifications comparable to an English B level in the Danish upper secondary school (‘gymnasium’) is required.
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