Cyprus International University master’s programs have become popular at CIU with international students from around the world. These course-based Cyprus International University graduate programs usually take between 1 to 2 years in order to complete and that depends on whether the program has been required for a thesis or non-thesis submission. CIU master’s programs gave students a variety of study modes that would help them achieve there study goals in a short period of time.
Students taking the Cyprus International University master’s programs with thesis are generally required to take 7 courses, a seminar to discuss their argument, and a thesis which is generally the argument that will be submitted (7 Courses + Seminar + Thesis). As for the CIU master’s programs without a thesis, students will be required to take 10 courses and submit a term project that involves the preparation of a report or written paper, under the supervision of a tutor (10 Courses + Term Project) in order to complete the degree program.
Below is the list of the Cyprus International University graduate programs for the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research that include a wide range of master’s courses from several faculties some of which evolve from the faculties of arts and sciences, engineering, economics and administrative sciences, communication, education, health sciences, applied sciences, agricultural sciences and technologies, tourism and hotel management, law, as well as the faculty of fine arts, design, and architecture.
CIU Cyprus International University Master’s Programs (Graduate degrees with and without thesis)
Summary of notes for Cyprus International University graduate programs (With and Without Thesis):
- N/A equals: Program not available.
- (TR) equals: Program taught in the Turkish language.
- Masters programs usually take 1 to 2 years depending on the master’s degree type and whether it includes a thesis or not.
- Non-thesis courses generally take 1 year to complete.