What does a master program offer?

The European University of Tirana offers about 24 Professional Master’s and Master of Science programs in these fields of study: Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Economic Informatics, Public Law, International Law, Business Law, Private Law, Communication Sciences, Political Sciences, International Relations, Sociology-Social Anthropology, Psychology and Education Sciences. Currently there are 7 new programs of study in the process of being licensed.
These programs of study involve theoretical and practical knowledge to encourage critical and creative thinking skills for students. The designed structure of the programs aims to provide four sets of knowledge simultaneously:
-    methodological knowledge and skills;
-    theoretical and applicative knowledge;
-    knowledge on the respective profession; as well as
-    in-depth knowledge in a more specific profile of the field of study.
Master studies form and shape the professional in today’s world of work and business. A Master's degree will help you advance further in your professional career. Many entry level jobs today require a Master’s degree and almost all senior management positions and higher professional positions require a qualification of this level. The Master of Science Degree is also a gateway towards doctoral studies and academic experience.

Why choose a Master of Science program?
Master of Science study programs deepen and expand theoretical knowledge and skills for advanced and independent scientific research. The aim is to equip the student with the tools, skills, and in-depth theoretical knowledge for a successful professional and academic career.
The Master of Science Program is offered with 120 ECTS credits and has a normal duration of 2 academic years. This program prepares the student with the professional skills and competence to get out in the job market, but it also gives the student the opportunity to develop an academic career while continuing doctoral studies.

For the Master of Science programs attendance is mandatory in the extent of 80% (eighty percent) of lecture and seminar classes.

The master thesis should be an independent and creative piece of work of the student of about 19-20,000 words in length. Its purpose is to showcase the students’ ability in gathering and evaluating information, analyzing theoretically the evidence gathered, as well as presenting the reached conclusions in an academic format. This implies also studies which aim to "enhance / complement theory" or studies which reflect on "the state of theoretical debate." The thesis is done with the help of a supervising professor who guides the student until the finalization of the master thesis.