Astronomy and Business Studies
Structure of the Programme
The specialisation Astronomy and Bsuines Studies (BS) offers students the possibility to combine the Astronomy curriculum with training in management, business and entrepreneurship. Students are encouraged to enhance their skills and competencies for pursuing entrepreneurial business opportunities created in science and research. The two-year programme consists of an Astronomy component to be followed in the first year, and a Business Studies (BS) component to be followed in the second year.
This master's specialisation requires separate and mandatory registration through the online registration form in the Business Studies e-Prospectus.
|Astronomy Core Courses, at least||12||500|
|Astronomy Courses of any type, at least||6-12||400-500|
|Master's Research Project in Astronomy||30||600|
|New Technology Ventures track||40-60||500-600|
Master Study Plan
At the start of the master’s programme, students are required to draw up the Master Study Plan: a complete list of planned courses and projects for two subsequent academic years in consultation with the Study Advisor Astronomy. To select courses, consult the course list for academic year 2018-2019 (see below) and the preliminary course list for academic year 2019-2020.
For more information on the specific requirements of this specialisation, see the appendix of the Course and Examination Regulations