MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMME, 2 YEARS, Gjøvik

Applied Computer Science

This programme is taught in English.

Welcome to study start 2017

Semester commencement and program for the start seminar

International students: Orientation Days August 14-15th

All students: Mandatory start seminar August 16th from 10 am to 18 pm in K102

About Applied Computer Science

Technologies for digital photo and video, web and mobile applications, and computer games play an important role in today's and tomorrow's world. A master's degree in Applied Computer Science (former Master in Media Technology) at NTNU in Gjøvik will give you a solid basis for becoming a professional application developer in this rapidly changing world of modern communication.

Brief outline

This is a two-year master program (120 ECTS credits), which is also available part-time over three or four years.

Master in Applied Computer Science will provide you the knowledge and the skills necessary for mastering key technologies used to develop web applications, mobile apps, and computer games. You will gain experience in developing applications, tools, and systems to be used in the digital world. The rapid development in digital technology constantly creates new and challenging problems. In this study, you will gain scientific and analytical skills that will help you in solving such problems. Furthermore, the study allows you to specialise in one of the major areas of study and to acquire advanced knowledge in your area of specialisation.

The programme has several specialisations:

  • Web
  • Mobile
  • Games
  • Colour and image processing
  • Media processing
     

Read about the programme on the Norwegian website

Facts

Degree: Master in Applied Computer Science
Duration: 2 year full-time or 3 or 4 years part-time, 120 ECTS
Programme code:
MACS (full-time)
MACS-D (part-time)
Restricted admission? Yes
Language of instruction: English

Department of Computer Science

City: Gjøvik, Norway

This information is relevant for the present academic year.

Application deadlines

Non-EU/non-EEA students: 
1 December 2017

EU/EEA/Norwegian students: 
1 March 2018

The application portal Søknadsweb opens in mid-October