Get started as a student
- International students: Arrival check list and register as student
- Norwegian students: Register as a student
The lessons start after the start seminar. You will find your time schedule in TP:Timeplan
The access card serves as a key/access card, a library card and for printing. A photo for the access card is taken during the start seminar.
Your NTNU user account must be activated before you can get an access card.
- By the entrance in Building A there is a photo machine
- Log in with your NTNU username and password
- Take a photo and set a PIN code
- Go to the IT department in Building K (during the opening hours 8-15) to pick up your access card. Remember to bring ID!
- The access card is printed when you show up, and the photo will be checked
Buy your curriculum on the internet or at the book store Sit Gjøvik at campus or at the book sales in the cafeteria in August (date tba), where former students sell their used books. You will find your curriculum in the course description for each course. (Choose Autumn 2019/Spring 2020)
Get to know all student organizations, groups and student unions at campus on August 20th.
Join the Buddy Week
The Buddy Week lasts from August 13th to August 24th.
Information technology permeates all aspects of society and has become critical to industry, government, and individual well-being. Securing these vital services and structures and the availability of trustworthy information whenever and wherever it is required has become both an area of intensive research and also of burgeoning commercial activity.
Do you work with information security, digital forensics or cyber crime? This master’s programme is designed for combining your studies with your job. It is intended for anyone who needs expertise on information security in their work.
- You take the programme part-time over three years
- High degree of flexibility with close links to the academic community
- Up to 10 days of group sessions in Gjøvik during the semester
- Online-supported teaching
- No tuition fees, only semester fees (for spring 2019, the semester fee is NOK 580)
To enter the study programme, applicants must have a relevant bachelor degree with a grade point average of at least C, and at least two years of relevant work experience.
Graduates will be qualified to work as ICT and critical infrastructure providers, Cooperate-forensic investigators and incident responders, Law enforcement, National security and defense.
The study program is mainly organized as a web-based, online program (note: some presence on campus is required of all students). The study program is delivered via an online learning-management system with a focus on pedagogical methods that generates student activity, such as a virtual computer laboratory.
Recommended optional fields of study (designed through choice of elective courses):
- Digital Forensics and Cybercrime Investigation
- Cyber Operations and Readiness
- Corporate Forensics and Incident Response
A candidate who has completed his or her qualification should have a learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence.
The year schedule for Master in Information Security, Master in Computer Science and Experience-based Master in Information Security at NTNU.
Contact email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the programme.
Degree: Master in Information Security
Duration: 3 years part time, 90 ECTS
Programme code: MISEB
Restricted admission? Yes
Language of instruction: English
City: Gjøvik, Norway
Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, Fakultet for informasjonsteknologi og elektroteknikk
How to apply