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A Master’s degree programme, in which students can enrol following successful completion of a Bachelor’s degree programme, leads to a higher-level professional qualification. The course of studies involves either further specialisation in the chosen subject area or an additional interdisciplinary qualification. In non-consecutive degree programmes, the Master’s degree programme offers an opportunity to study a new subject area. According to Article 19, Paragraph 3, HRG (Framework Act for Higher Education), the regular period of study for Master’s degree programmes is a minimum of one and a maximum of two years.