Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Programmes of Study

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The faculty offers a large number of health-related programmes of study and graduates students with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in this area. 

For applicant's with a high school degree
Study programmes Campus Years
Audiology (Norwegian site) Tunga 3
Human Movement Science Øya 3
Occupational Therapy Gjøvik 3
Occupational therapy (Norwegian site) Tunga 3
Physiotherapy (Norwegian site) Tunga 3
Medicine (Norwegian site) Øya 6
Radiography  Gjøvik 3
Radiography (Norwegian site) Øya 3
Nursing Gjøvik 3 (4)
Nursing (Norwegian site) Øya 3
Nursing (Norwegian site)  Ålesund 3
Social educator (Norwegian site) Tunga 3


For applicant's with a bachelor's degree
Study programmes Campus Years
Activity and movement (Norwegian site) Tunga 2 (4)
Advanced clinical nursing (Norwegian site) Ålesund 2 (4)
Children and Adolescent's Mental Health (part time, Norwegian site) Øya 4
Human Movement Science Øya 2
Exercise Physiology Øya 2
Pharmacy Øya 2
Gerontology (part time) Gjøvik 4
Health Promotion and Community Care (part time) Gjøvik 4
Health Informatics (part time, Norwegian site) Øya 4
Health Science Dragvoll 2 (4)
Clinical Health Science (Norwegian site) Øya 2
Clinical nursing (Norwegian site) Gjøvik 2 (4)
Medical MR Imaging (part time, Norwegian site) Øya 4
Molecular Medicine Øya 2
Neuroscience Øya 2
Mental Health Care (Norwegian site) Øya 2
Public Health Øya 2


Learn more about our PhD-programmes


Do you have a study related question?

Send an email to studier@mh.ntnu.no 
or find your student advisor.


Toril Forbord, Vice Dean for bachelor's degrees

Jon Magnussen, Vice Dean for master's degrees

Tore Romundstad, Head of Section, Student and Academic Section

Students at the faculty

Are you already a student at the Faculty of Medicine and Health? Find more student information here.