Science and Technology offers 13 Bachelor’s programmes, 10 Bachelor of Science in Engineering programmes and 28 Master’s programmes, eight of which are Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering programmes.
Approximately 7200 students are enrolled in the Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes at Science and Technology.
The programmes are structured as three-year Bachelor’s programmes that may be followed by a two-year Master's degree programme, or as three and half year Bachelor’s programmes that may be followed by a two-year Master of Science in Engineering programme.
Supplementary subjects are modules that, in many cases, are mandatory in a Bachelor's programme, but may also be an option students can choose. Supplementary subjects give students the opportunity to shape their education and create their own profile. Supplementary subjects are also for those students who want to become teachers at upper secondary schools.
In many of the programmes at Science and Technology, namely biology, computer science, physics, geology, chemistry, mathematics and molecular biology, there is the option and the requirement to take supplementary subjects that are outside the central subject.
For more information on supplementary subjects see tilvalg.au.dk/en