MSc in Engineering
The School of Science and engineering offers various MSc programmes in engineering.
To graduate with a master's degree in engineering and become a chartered engineer (verkfræðingur) in Iceland, students must fulfill the requirements set forth by the Ministry of Industries and Innovation
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Iceland School of Energy
In a world daily facing the growing and often contradictory challenges of increased energy demands, declining reserves of fossil fuels, and an urgent need to address the challenge of reducing CO2 emissions, there is a clear case for far sighted training and education.
Our mission is to provide each new generation with trained experts in the field of clean energy for a sustainable world.
Iceland School of Energy offers a unique opportunity to study sustainable energy in close cooperation with leaders in the field of renewable energy.
Please follow the link below for more information: Iceland School of Energy
MSc Biomedical Engineering
The overall objective of the MSc in Biomedical Engineering is to prepare students for applying the methods of engineering discipline to understand, modify or control biological systems and to apply this to improve health and quality of life. Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Biomedical Engineering
MSc Civil Engineering
The school of Science and Engineering offers four programmes in Civil Engineering with the following specialisations:
Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Civil Engineering
MSc Engineering Management
Engineering Management is an interdisciplinary field where engineering applications and theories are used in decision making and management in the broadest sense. The program combines courses in classic engineering and fundamental management as well as more specific courses in operations research, statistics, mathematical modeling that are useful in making decisions in management in technical problems.
Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Engineering Management
MSc Financial Engineering
Financial engineering is a multidisciplinary field involving finance, engineering type problem solving skills, mathematical tools, programming skills and communications skills. Financial engineering is a relatively young field that is growing by leaps and bounds each year.
Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Financial Engineering
MSc Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering is concerned with the transfer of mass and energy. As such it is a broad field of study with applications ranging from the design and manufacture of microscale electromechanical devices to the building and operation of powerplants capable of delivering gigawatt output. Mechanical engineering skills are essential in the fields of robotics, automation and control.
Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Mechanical Engineering
MSc Electrical Engineering
The graduate program in Electrical Engineering combines a solid theoretical foundation in physical science and mathematics, with engineering design and entrepreneurship. We emphasize that our students gain strong engineering and problem solving skills, and get to know all aspects of the engineering design process, from conception and development through operation and implementation. One of our key focus points is that the students develop strong team working skills. We offer specializations in Electric Power and in Signals and Systems.
Please follow the link below for more information: MSc Electrical Engineering