What will I learn - Master in Applied Computer Science
What will I learn
What will I learn?
In this programme you will learn how to master much of the technology that is central to our lives, be it related to web, mobile, machine learning and data analytics, and software engineering in general. You will learn to develop applications, tools, and systems for use in the digital world of today. You will acquire knowledge about scientific work, and you will be able to develop your analytical skills, which will help you to solve new and challenging problems caused by the rapid technological development. Besides, you will acquire knowledge related to a specialization of your choice through in-depth courses, projects, and through working on your master’s thesis.
A master’s degree in applied computer science will provide you with a solid basis for becoming a professional software developer in a world that is changing at a high pace.
You may specialize in the following disciplines:
- Web and mobile technology
- Advanced software development
- Decentralized technologies
- Computer vision and computer graphics
- Colour and image processing
- Visual computing
- Medical image computing
A flexible programme of study
The master’s degree programme in Applied Computer Science is offered as a full-time programme over 2 years. It is also possible to organize the programme as a part-time programme with an individually adapted education plan. The programme is taught in English.
We offer you a sound pedagogical plan that will enable you to study full time or part time.
- A high degree of flexibility and affiliation with the academic environment
- Up to 10 days attendance at the Gjøvik campus during the semester
- Web-based teaching with support
- Tuition fee: Only the semester fee - (in the spring of 2020 the semester fee amounted to NOK 580)
Information on the organization of the programme is available at the annual cycle for master’s degrees on the English webpages for the programme.