Master Programmes

Master Programmes at SUAS

The master's degree is a deepening, specialization or expansion of bachelor's skills. It imparts professional and managerial skills specific to the occupational field and, through the appropriate scientific level, enables students to pursue further doctoral studies at a university. The master's program lasts 4 semesters (2 years).

Master Degree Programmes

Applied Image and Signal Processing
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • ENGLISH
  • IT
  • ENGINEERING
  • ENGINEERING
Business Management
  • MASTER
  • PART-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT
  • BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Business Management
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT
  • BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Design & Product Management
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • ENGLISH
  • GERMAN
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • DESIGN
  • BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT
  • DESIGN, MEDIA AND ARTS
Forest Products Technology & Management
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • BUILDING
  • BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT
  • ENGINEERING
  • ENGINEERING
Human-Computer Interaction
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • ENGLISH
  • DESIGN
  • IT
  • MEDIA
  • ENGINEERING
  • DESIGN, MEDIA AND ARTS
Information Technology and Systems Management
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • IT
  • ENGINEERING
  • ENGINEERING
Information Technology and Systems Management
  • MASTER
  • PART-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • IT
  • ENGINEERING
  • ENGINEERING
Innovation and Management in Tourism
  • MASTER
  • PART-TIME
  • ENGLISH
  • TOURISM
  • BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT
  • BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
MultiMediaArt
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • MEDIA
  • DESIGN, MEDIA AND ARTS
MultiMediaTechnology
  • MASTER
  • FULL-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • IT
  • MEDIA
  • ENGINEERING
  • DESIGN, MEDIA AND ARTS
Smart Buildings in Smart Cities - Energy Infrastructure and District Renovation
  • MASTER
  • PART-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • BUILDING
  • ENGINEERING
  • ENGINEERING
Social Innovation
  • MASTER
  • PART-TIME
  • GERMAN
  • SOCIAL AFFAIRS
  • BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES