Master of Science in Media, Communication and Information Technology
The master's degree programme in Media, Communication and Information Technology is a graduate level study programme within the discipline of media science, and is directed toward providing students with insight into the various parts of the media discipline through practical and theoretical work.
A practical and theoretical study
The Master of Science in Media, Communication and Information Technology is a cross-disciplinary programme between the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, and the Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering.
The programme includes coursework in sociology, political science, media science, information science, educational science, and psychology.
A specialization in Media, Communication and Information Technology qualifies students for marketing and information positions in companies or organizations. The increased interest in network-based information creates a need for qualified personnel. A combination of media science, social science, and informatics is therefore a suitable combination. Furthermore, a Master's degree in media, communication and information technology is also suitable for a position within the cultural sector and within educational activities. Media science has in recent years become a popular topic at high schools as well as in the more general school system. Knowledge of media and media expressions is useful for everyone entering the school system.
The master of Science in Media, Communication and Information Technology is a two-year long programme which consists of compulsory and elective courses and a master's thesis of 30 ECTS. For further information about the courses, please consult the course descriptions .
Please note that the language of instruction is mostly Norwegian, consult the courselist for an overview of courses given in English.
Degree: Master of Science in Media, Communication and Information Technology
Language of instruction: Norwegian
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MMEDIE
Restricted admission: Yes
Application deadline: 15th April
Validity of information: 2017/18