A profile can be chosen as part of your study programme to expand the thematic range of your master's programme.
What is a profile?
A profile is a coherent set of courses totaling 30 study points. The courses are on a single theme that is usually not a standard part of your master's programme. The 30 study points that comprises the profile can be done as part of the total 120 study points of your master's programme. Students can only choose a profile that their master's programme allows. Note: it is not possible to incorporate a profile in the Master’s programme Applied Data Science.
Choosing a profile
To incorporate a profile into a master's programme without compromising the essential content of the programme, master's programmes have a separate set of rules for elective courses when a profile is chosen. These are listed in the programme annex of the Education and Examination Regulations. They apply only when the chosen profile is actually completed successfully by the student, otherwise, the standard elective rules apply.
Before choosing a profile, you are advised to discuss this with your programme coordinator. Note: From September 2021, you will also need approval from the Board of Examiners to add a profile to your exam programme. Go to the instruction page to find out how you can get approval from the Board of Examiners.
The profile options for the master's programme Artificial Intelligence are the following: