This programme is taught in Norwegian.
Information technology deals with the planning, development, improvement, evaluation and use of programs and computer systems. The Bachelor's degree programme in information technology has a duration of 3 years and provides the students with an excellent education. On completion of the programme, students may choose to embark on their working life or continue with the 2-year long Master's programme.
The information technology programme focuses on:
- how your computer works – hardware, operating system, networks
- how to develop your own programs – modelling and programming
- how to store, process and present text, images and sound – databases, searching, graphics and visualizing
- the Internet and networks – searching, web system development and information security
- how to use this technology in other disciplines – e.g. bioinformatics, teaching, mathematics, etc
- how to use computer technology to solve complex problems – algorithms, intelligent systems, mathematical calculations
- how to simplify the users' everyday life – user interface design, user cooperation, communication and cooperation support
Master's Degree Programme
A Bachelor's degree in information technology qualifies students for admission to the Master's degree programme in information technology. For the time being, the programme offers four areas of specialization:
- System work and human-machine interaction
- Data and information resource management
- Artificial intelligence and learning
- Complex computer systems
This bachelor programme is meant for Scandinavian-speaking students. For further information, please see the Norwegian website www.ntnu.no/studier/bit/ .