The two-year Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies is composed of 120 credits (ECTS). The final degree conferred is Master of Arts. Students should note that this is a full-time programme and physical attendance will be required by most courses.

Programme Structure

The structure of the studies of the Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies:

Master’s Degree Programme: Futures Studies (FUTU) ​ 120 cr
Futures Studies (including 60 cr of advanced Futures Studies, 9cr of mandatory, introductory Futures Studies courses and 12 credits of optional courses)
81 cr
Minor: Economic Sociology, Entrepreneurship, Management and 
Organisation, or Sustainable Development​
25 cr
Language and Communication Studies ​
​10 cr
Methodological Studies ​
4 cr
Those students whose previous (Bachelor's) studies do not include all the content demands needed that meet the general requirements of the Turku School of Economics will be required to take supplementary courses.