The research-oriented MSc course mainly deals with content from the fields of geodynamics, seismology and applied geophysics and thus reflects the research priorities of the institute. Master's theses are usually written on one of these topics. This creates a close connection between teaching and research. The standard duration of study is 4 semesters.
If you are interested in the master's program and already have a Bachelor of Science in geophysics or another scientific subject, please have a look here.