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Om Kemi og bioteknologi (MSc)

Uddannelsens opbygning

Kandidatuddannelsen i kemi og bioteknologi har et omfang på 120 ECTS og omfatter hovedsageligt kurser inden for de kemiske og tekniske fagområder. Du specialiserer dig ved at deltage i kursusaktiviteter og case stories samt ved at udføre et speciale. Allerede fra første uge skal du under vejledning af den uddannelsesansvarlige sammensætte din individuelle studieplan ved at vælge kurser fra kursuskataloget. Planen tager udgangspunkt i dine faglige forudsætninger og interesser, idet den bliver lavet ud fra de kurser, som du har med dig fra bacheloruddannelsen.

COMPULSORY COURSES CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - AUTUMN

  • Sensors and Process Control 10 ECTS - Autumn
    Description: The course will consist of: 1) Sensor technology – how do sensors work (temperature, flow, mass, optical etc.). 2) Data acquisition – how to collect data (digtially), analog data processing before A/D, actuation through D/A. 3) Control – Same as in existing sensors & process control course.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including process control (such as Praktisk Regulering og Instrumentering)
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, External.
  • Transport Phenomena 5 ECTS - Autumn
    Description: The classical analysis of transport phenomena finds its origin in the mass, energy, and momentum balance equations. Supplementing these balance equations with the Gibbs equation – a formulation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics – provides a multi-scale approach to engineering concepts such as controllability, stability, and efficiency and leads to a quantitative route to address sustainability.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including calculus, linear algebra, physical chemistry and physics
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal

COMPULSORY COURSES CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - SPRING

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship 5 ECTS - Spring
    Description: The aim of the course will be to teach students, with an engineering and scientific background, key elements in the innovation process of existing companies and key elements in the creation of new start-up companies.
    Prerequisites: BSc in Engineering, Diploma in Engineering or equivalent
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.
  • Modelling of Biological and Chemical Processes 10 ECTS - spring
    ​Description: The purpose of the course is to develop a broad basis in the topics of system analysis and numerical modelling of biological and chemical systems. Central are methods to formulate different conceptual and mathematical models, the related parameter estimation, stability, validation, and analysis of model performance. The students should become conscious model users.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent including mathematics and statistics worth at least 20 ECTS
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, External


COMPULSORY COURSES BIOTECHNOLOGY - AUTUMN

  • Lipid Biotechnology 5 ECTS - Autumn
    Description: The course is intended to give participants an extended chemical and biotechnological knowledge of the lipid production and application chain from source production to applications.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent including organic chemistry, basic biochemistry and basic unit operations
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal.
  • Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology 10 ECTS - Autumn
    Description: The course is intended to give participants an extended chemical and biotechnological knowledge of the protein and carbohydrate production, purification, and application.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. For students with a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry, 15 ects within molecular biology/biochemistry/biotechnology is required.
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, External

COMPULSORY COURSES BIOTECHNOLOGY -  SPRING

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship 5 ECTS - Spring
    Description: The aim of the course will be to teach students, with an engineering and scientific background, key elements in the innovation process of existing companies and key elements in the creation of new start-up companies.
    Prerequisites: BSc in Engineering, Diploma in Engineering or equivalent
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.
  • Modelling of Biological and Chemical Processes 10 ECTS - spring
    ​Description: The purpose of the course is to develop a broad basis in the topics of system analysis and numerical modelling of biological and chemical systems. Central are methods to formulate different conceptual and mathematical models, the related parameter estimation, stability, validation, and analysis of model performance. The students should become conscious model users.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent including mathematics and statistics worth at least 20 ECTS
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, External

     



SPECIALISED STUDY PACKAGES - AUTUMN

Applied Lipid and Protein Biotechnology

Based on the theoretical foundation obtained previously, this course will provide the students with practical skills in lipid analysis and quality control, processing, refining, and modification. Furthermore, the students will obtain practical skills in protein optimization and expression, including characterization of enzymatic activities. In addition, the students will apply methods for analysis of glycosylation.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, and the courses ‘Lipid Biotechnology‘ and ‘Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology

  • Applied Lipid Biotechnology 5 ECTS
    Description: The students will obtain skills allowing them to determine: the lipid class and fatty acid profile, chemical and physical refining of vegetable oil, modification and characterisation for functional lipids, and enzymatic synthesis of lipid materials.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, and the course Lipid Biotechnology
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal
  • Applied Protein Biotechnology 10 ECTS
    Description: Optimization of proteins could include modulation of enzymatic activities or the substrate specificity. Regarding protein production, the students will work on different expression systems to optimise solubility, functionality, and yield.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, and the course Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

Biomacromolecules Lipid

Based on the basic knowledge of the structure and properties of the main bio-macro molecules these courses will extend the students’ knowledge especially focusing on the sources and production of lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins for use in medical (red), environmental (green), and industrial (white) biotechnology.

​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent including organic chemistry, basic unit operations and 15 ects within molecular biology/biochemistry/biotechnology

  • Lipid Biotechnology 5 ECTS
    Description: This course is intended to give participants an extended chemical and biotechnological knowledge of the lipid production and application chain from source production to applications.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent including organic chemistry, basic biochemistry and basic unit operations
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal.
  • Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology 10 ECTS
    Description: This course is intended to give participants an extended chemical and biotechnological knowledge of the protein and carbohydrate production, purification, and application.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. For students with a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry, 15 ects within molecular   biology/biochemistry/biotechnology is required
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, External

Biomaterial Engineering

Based on basic knowledge on physiology, cell biology and applied materials science, this package introduces principles and methods to engineer bioactive materials for biomedical applications.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or Health Technology or equivalent including cell biology and biochemistry.

  • Biofabrication 10 ECTS
    Description: This course provides theoretical and laboratory exercises on rational designs and emerging fabrication tools (3D bioprinting, electrospinning, microstereolithography, microfluidics, hydrogel technology) to combine cells, proteins, biological materials, and biomaterials into building blocks to engineer biological systems such as 3D in vitro biologic models for tissue engineering and/or therapeutic products.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including cell biology and biochemistry
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal
  • Tissue Engineering 5 ECTS
    Description: This course integrates the principles and methods of engineering and life sciences, and it presents a fundamental understanding of structure-function relationships in normal and pathological tissues for the purpose of restoration of loss tissue function.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or Health Technology or equivalent.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal

Energy and Storage

Worldwide goals of reducing and phasing out the use of fossil fuels in the coming decades are to a large extent based on expectations of replacement of these fuels with renewable sources. Due to the intermittent pack nature of many of the renewable electricity sources, this transition is faced with large challenges concerning the adaption of these. This package is aimed at giving an introduction into future and emerging technologies for energy conversion and storage in this field.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. A BSc course in microbiology is recommended.

  • Membrane Technology and Batteries 10 ECTS
    Description: This course gives the students an introduction to electrochemical electricity storage and conversion principles. This includes fundamental theoretical models, descriptions of practical devices and materials such as electrodes and membranes, and experimental exercises such as batteries, and field-visits.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.
  • Power to Gas 5 ECTS
    Description: This course aims to give the students fundamental understanding behind power-to-gas electrolysis, methanisation, and other power-to-gas energy conversion and storage technologies.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. A BSc course in microbiology is recommended.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal

Environmental Technology

Global resources can be conserved by extracting or destroying environmentally troublesome compounds from waste products. This package therefore focuses on designing such chemical, physical and biological processes. The theories behind the unit operations will be expanded into the non-standardized chemical, physical and biological conditions present in such media. This will be used to understand how to design, control and - in particular - optimize processing plants. Examples include domestic and industrial air and wastewater treatment.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. A BSc course in microbiology is recommended.

  • Biological Environmental Technologies 5 ECTS
    Description: This course describes the role and application of microbiology in environmental technologies and their associated energy technologies such as waste water treatment, air cleaning, and anaerobic digestion. Student groups are, furthermore, requested to choose to focus on a selected topic within applied microbiology and present to the other course attendants. Excursions are mandatory course activities.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. A BSc course in microbiology is recommended.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal
  • Chemical Environmental Technologies 10 ECTS
    Description: The course describes the role and application of chemistry in environmental technologies. Topics include chemical and physical wastewater treatment, advanced drinking water treatment, and treatment of polluted air. Focus is on chemical and physical processes including chemical reactivity and mass transfer involved in the technologies. The course will include lectures, lab experiments, excursions, and theoretical exercises.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal

Process Technology

The package is combining theoretical knowledge on heat and mass transfer, sensors, data acquisition, and process regulation, together with laboratory exercises based on typical physical, chemical, and biotechnological systems. In the exercises, students are developing physical/chemical sensor applications e.g. with feedback regulation, and, in cases where transport processes are involved, these are simulated mathematically.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including calculus, linear algebra, physical chemistry, physics and process control (such as Praktisk Regulering og Instrumentering)

  • Sensors and Process Control 10 ECTS
    Description: The course will consist of: 1) Sensor technology – how do sensors work (temperature, flow, mass, optical etc.). 2) Data acquisition – how to collect data (digtially), analog data processing before A/D, actuation through D/A. 3) Control – Same as in existing sensors & process control course.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including process control (such as Praktisk Regulering og Instrumentering)
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, External
  • Transport Phenomena 5 ECTS
    Description: The classical analysis of transport phenomena finds its origin in the mass, energy, and momentum balance equations. Supplementing these balance equations with the Gibbs equation – a formulation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics – provides a multi-scale approach to engineering concepts such as controllability, stability, and efficiency and leads to a quantitative route to address sustainability.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including calculus, linear algebra, physical chemistry and physics
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal

 


 

SPECIALISED STUDY PACKAGES - SPRING

Biorefining Technology

The package in Borefining Technologies will give a thorough overview of the biorefining concept and in depth knowledge on essential technologies used in modern biorefineries.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent

  • Experimental Biorefining 5 ECTS
    Description: The course will be comprised of several experiments in individual biorefining processes, including biomass characterisation, pre-treatment technologies, anaerobic digestion, enzymatic conversion, fermentation, and hydrothermal conversion. The experimental processing will be analysed using relevant analytical methods (Gravimetric, GC, HPLC, CHNS, NIR).
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent.
    Exam: Several reports, 7-scale, External

  • Integrated Biorefining Technologies 10 ECTS
    Description: Biorefinery systems and overview of bio-refinery concepts, biomass resources, biomass composition and molecular structure, pre-treatment and biomass processing technologies, enzymatic conversion, fermentation/sugar platform biorefining, anaerobic digestion, process integration in modern biorefining, systems analysis, and both environmental- and economic- sustainability
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent.
    Exam: Written, 7-scale, Internal

Chemical Processing

This package focuses on the application of advanced chemical unit operations towards the synthesis of both bulk chemicals, fine chemicals, and commodities. Different reactor strategies will be discussed both theoretically and  will be tested in the laboratory.
​Prerequisites:Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including organic chemistry.

  • Modern Chemical Process Technologies 10 ECTS
    Description; In this course the students will acquire knowledge about process intensification, continuous processes, up ccaling, continuous processes, modern separation technologies, hazards and operability analysis, rules and regulations. Lectures will include Invited industrial lecturers, a visit to AU pilot facilities, and selected laboratory exercises demonstrating flow reaction and separation methods.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalen.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal

  • Platform Chemicals and Synthesis in Continous Flow 5 ECTS
    Description: In this course, the students will acquire knowledge about 1. Platform Chemicals, such as raw materials and their occurrence, formation of platform chemicals from oil, natural gas and coal, and  conversion of platform chemicals into commodities .2. Continuous Flow, such as modern flow-techniques (equipment),application of continuous flow as strategy for target synthesis. 3. Visit at large Danish chemical manufacturer.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including organic chemistry
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

Medical Biotechnology

Medical Biotechnology is an expanding field, which brings basic discoveries to the bedside. Using knowledge from our immune system new intervention strategies can be developed. In this package we include aspects, from development of biologicals to production for  clinical use and regulatory aspects.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. The courses Lipid Biotechnology and Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology are recommended.

  • Immunological Biotechnology 10 ECTS
    Description: During this course, we will discuss mechanisms of the immune system and the molecules involved. We will especially focus on how knowledge of the immune system and its molecules can be used to understand and cure diseases, the general application in biotechnology and in the clinic. Furthermore, the regulatory aspects of biologicals in medicine will be discussed. The course will contain company visits to gain insight into production of biologicals.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. The courses Lipid Biotechnology and Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology are recommended.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

  • Biomolecular Interactions 5 ECTS
    Description: The aim of this course is to teach students different techniques used for the characterization of molecular interactions from and in biological systems. The course will cover the advanced approaches to the study of the dynamic interactions of proteins in solution and inside living cells.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent. The course Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology is recommended.
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

Plastic Materials

This package aims to elucidate the properties of polymeric materials, advanced materials, and nanomaterials with a special emphasis on the advanced polymer synthesis and processing.
​Prerequisites: Bachelor´s degree in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, or equivalent, including the courses polymer chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry and polymer chemistry

  • Advanced Polymer and Nanomaterials 10 ECTS
    Description: The purpose of this course is to elucidate the properties and functions of modern materials and the rationale behind the engineering of advanced materials.  Specifically, the focus will be on structure – property relationships of complex materials applied in various industrial contexts. The course will cover some of the salient features of Materials Chemistry ¬ related to responsive polymer, bio inspired nanomaterials, polymer nano-composites, and surface chemistry - Synthesis, physico-chemical characterization and technical applications.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor´s degree in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, or equivalent, including the courses polymer chemistry, physical chemistry, and organic chemistry
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

  • Plastic Engineering 5 ECTS
    Description: The purpose with this course is to give a thorough introduction into basic and applied plastics engineering. The main focus of this course will be on relating polymer material properties to the engineering process.
    Prerequisites: Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology or equivalent, including polymer chemistry
    Exam: Oral, 7-scale, Internal.

 


ELECTIVE COURSES

Choose courses from the specialised study packages or other courses at the Department of Engineering, and the broader Faculty of Science approved by the study program manager. AU Course Catalouge: kursuskatalog.au.dk/en/

 


Personlig og teknologisk udvikling

Kandidatoverbygningen fokuserer på udvikling og optimering af processer i kemi- og biotekindustrien, samt inden for miljøområdet. Har du en ingeniørmæssig baggrund inden for kemi og vælger dette som specialiseringsområde, kan du komme til at arbejde med udvikling af af områder som fx polymerkemi og membranteknologi. Har du derimod en baggrund inden for bioteknologi og vælger dette specialiseringsområde, kan du fx komme til at arbejde med udvikling af de enzymer og proteiner, som skal anvendes i den ”grønne” produktion inden for lipidteknologi og medicinsk bioteknologi. Alternativt, med en baggrund i kemi eller bioteknologi, kan du vælge et specialiseringsområde inden for miljøteknologi, hvor du vil have mulighed for at arbejde med lugtmonitorering og -fjernelse inden for landbrug samt biogasproduktion m.m.

Ud over et højt fagligt niveau i kemi og bioteknologi, giver civilingeniøruddannelsen i kemi og bioteknologi også indsigt i og kompetencer inden for følgende emner:

  • Modellering af biologiske og kemiske processer
  • Enhedsoperationer
  • Miljøspørgsmål
  • Styring og kontrol
  • Innovation

Undervisningen på uddannelsens første år er primært i form af forelæsninger og teoretiske øvelser. På andet år er det primært projektarbejde, der er i højsædet, hvor de studerende arbejder tæt sammen med firmaer. Uddannelsen afsluttes med et selvstændigt speciale.

Det er muligt at udbygge uddannelsen med et ph.d.-studium, der er en treårig overbygning på civilingeniøruddannelsen, hvor den studerende i mere udpræget grad arbejder selvstændigt med løsningen af konkrete opgaver. Dette kan også foregå under rammerne af en erhvervs-ph.d.

I studieordningen kan du finde yderligere informationer om uddannelsens opbygning.

Studiediagram

På uddannelsens side i Studieguiden kan du se studiediagrammet for kemi-linjen og for biotenkologi-linjen. Se under punktet "Uddannelsens opbygning"

Studieordning

I studieordningen kan du finde yderligere oplysninger om, hvad de enkelte fag indeholder. Du kan også se studiets opbygning, og hvilke krav der bliver stillet til dig som studerende – herunder eksamensformer og eksamenskrav.

Undervisningskalender

Undervisningen er tilrettelagt i semestre.

Læseplan - se dit skema

Herunder finder du undervisningsskemaer for alle efterårets eller forårets kurser.

http://studerende.au.dk/studier/fagportaler/bioteknologi-og-kemiteknologi/undervisning/laeseplan/

Udlånstilladelse og indberetning af casestudy

Karriere og jobmuligheder

Job og karriere

Civilingeniøruddannelsen i kemi og bioteknologi er tæt forbundet med det aktive forsknings- og udviklingsmiljø i industrien omkring Aarhus. De studerende lærer at anvende de nyeste forskningsresultater inden for bioteknologi og kemi i en virksomhedssammenhæng.

De studerende bliver desuden opfordret til at udføre en del af deres studium i udlandet, dels som udvekslings studerende ved et fremmed universitet og dels under speciale-arbejdet. Tidligere har studerende været på udveksling i fx Canada, USA, Australien, Kina, Finland og England.

Kompetenceprofil

Som civilingeniør i kemi og bioteknologi får du følgende kompetencer:

  • Du behersker en civilingeniørs opgaver og har fået en uddannelse med et stærkt fagligt indhold
  • Du kan selvstændigt planlægge, lede og gennemføre projekter og anvende resultaterne af disse i en fagligt relateret beslutningsproces
  • Du kan vurdere anvendeligheden og hensigtsmæssigheden af teoretiske, eksperimentelle og praktiske metoder for analyse og løsning af faglige spørgsmål og problemstillinger
  • Du kan selvstændigt og kritisk strukturere egen kompetenceudvikling
  • Du er i stand til systematisk og kritisk at sætte dig ind i nye fagområder
  • Du kan formidle og kommunikere faglige spørgsmål og problemstillinger i såvel et videnskabeligt som et alment forum
  • Du kan på naturvidenskabelig baggrund indgå i konstruktivt samarbejde om løsning af faglige problemstillinger

Jobmuligheder

Aarhus Universitet uddanner civilingeniører i kemi og bioteknologi til det regionale, nationale og internationale arbejdsmarked. Instituttets kandidater finder arbejde indenfor et meget bredt spektrum af jobområder og institutioner. Uddannelsen følges af en følgegruppe, der består af folk fra kemiske virksomheder, f.eks. Aarhus Karlshamn, Cheminova, Dupont og Arla, som alle har interesse i at ansætte nyuddannede civilingeniører i kemi og bioteknologi.

Karrierevejledning

Læs mere om karrierevejledningens tilbud på Science and Technology. Du kan her:

  • finde inspiration til din jobsøgning
  • søge i AU's job- og projektbank
  • finde kontaktinformation på og booke en samtale med en karrierevejleder fra Jobcenter Aarhus
  • få et overblik over kommende karriererelaterede arrangementer

Link til karrierevejledning 

Tilmelding til valgfrie kurser (gæstefag)

Tilmelding til obligatoriske kurser og specialiseringspakker inden for egen studieordning/uddannelse:

Tilmeldes direkte via tilmeldingsblanket på mit.au.dk. At et kursus fremgår af din studiekontrakt (Kontraktgenerator) er ikke tilstrækkeligt.

Tilmelding til alle andre kurser (uden for din egen studieordning/uddannelse):

Kræver forhåndsgodkendelse og gæstefagsindskrivning i semesteret før undervisningsdeltagelse.

Tjek kursuskatalog.au.dk for kursernes afvikling Vær opmærksom på, at kursussammensætning og indhold kan skifte fra semester til semester.

Send en søgning via mit.au.dk (blanketten hedder ”Forhåndsgodkendelse af gæstefag (på AU)”). Vær opmærksom på at udfylde med korrekt semester og årstal (drop down menu).

Deadline for ansøgningen er den samme som for undervisningstilmelding. Se datoer her. Hvis du søger senere kan pladserne være optagede.

Skulle du komme i en særlig situation, hvor du er nødt til at ændre på kursustilmelding, eksempelvis pga. aflysning af et kursus eller skemamæssigt timeoverlap, kontakt din uddannelseskoordinator – Maja Frank (mf@au.dk) før semesterstart.

Vær opmærksom på at du kan kun afmelde dig inden for den tilmeldingsperiode, hvor du har oprettet din tilmelding - herefter er tilmeldingen bindende. Hvis man er tilmeldt et kursus, er man samtidigt automatisk tilmeldt eksamen i kurset.    

Tjek kursuskatalog.au.dk for kursernes afvikling Vær opmærksom på, at kursussammensætning og indhold kan skifte fra semester til semester. 

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