Master's programs at UIII are intended to produce scientists on par with a research associate. Students of such programs are directed to conduct an in-depth study of the grand theory in their respective fields of study. They must also delve deeper into more specific theories related to their sub-specialization interests. Furthermore, they will be provided with knowledge of the methodology underlying the scientific construct of the study program.
It should be noted that a Master's student is not expected to pick a specialization. Still, the student is encouraged to pick an area of interest, which can later be developed into a specialization at the doctoral level. To that end, they can choose from a considerable number of elective courses on which to develop a theme of their interest later.
The available Master's Programs are listed below: