The master’s programme in Artificial Intelligence focuses on the design and creation of intelligent systems that can, for example, play games, control robots or analyse data. You’ll learn to develop computational solutions to problems and provide up-to-date scientific and technological advice.
Biobased Materials is a two-year master’s programme, taught at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen. It focusses on the development and production techniques of novel, biobased materials that are necessary for the transition to a sustainable economy.
Biomedical Sciences is the perfect programme if you have an interest in the causes, treatment and prevention of diseases. This highly practical programme will train you to unravel the molecular mechanisms in health and disease and will teach you how these insights can benefit patients.
Data Science for Decision Making deals with mathematical methods and techniques needed to optimise processes within non-profit organisations and businesses. The master’s programme in Data Science for Decision Making focuses on providing you with the mathematical tools to extract meaningful information from large datasets. You’ll learn to use mathematics to analyse and optimise processes, problems and operations.
This two-year, part-time programme for professionals offers you the tools and insights for making your organisation and its information systems highly flexible. It provides professional insights into the enterprise IT architecture, links with business strategy and the management of IT governance, leadership and change. The programme is offered in cooperation between Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics and Antwerp Management School.
The master’s programme in Global Health focuses on the complexities of global health and its relation to technological innovation and social, political and economic change. You'll gain the theoretical foundation, and the methodological tools needed to function effectively in this challenging interdisciplinary field.
The master’s programme in Globalisation & Development Studies focuses on how globalisation dynamics affect developing areas. You will gain a sound understanding of the theory, issues and research methods pertaining to globalisation and development. This will prepare you to work for universities, NGOs or governmental organisations.
The master’s in Globalisation and Law is a broad programme with a large number of elective courses. You can either choose a free track, in which you can create a tailor-made programme, or specialise in Human Rights, Corporate and Commercial Law or International Trade Law.
The Sustainability Science and Policy programme deals with one of the world’s most relevant and complex issues: how to balance ecological, economic and social developments. You’ll study different factors that affect sustainability, such as global dynamics, policy, governance and law. You will also take skills trainings that focus on topics like scientific writing and giving presentations.
In the master’s programme Systems Biology, you’ll learn how you apply mathematical tools such as modelling, data handling and informatics to biology and biomedical sciences. You’ll gain all the skills you need to have major impact on medical research, including drug development and biotechnology.