Master's programme 2 years - Trondheim/Oslo

Music, Communication and Technology

Programme structure

The masters programme in Music, Communication and Technology is a two year full-time study of 120 ECTS credits.

The master's curriculum offered by MCT follows this structure:

  • 60 credits compulsory courses
  • 30 credits elective courses (or semester abroad)
  • 30 credits Master’s thesis

1st year

First semester (autumn)
Course code Course title Credits (ECTS)
MCT4021 Physical-Virtual communication and Music 1 5
MCT4015 Entrepreneurship for MCT 5
MCT4010 Research methods, tools and issues 5
MCT4000 Introduction to Music, Communication and Technology 15

 

Second semester (spring)
Course code Course title Credits (ECTS)
MCT4022 Physical-Virtual communication and Music 2 5
MCT4031 Applied MCT Project 1 10
Select from list Elective courses (see list below) 15

 

2nd year

Third semester (autumn)
Course code Course title Credits (ECTS)
MCT4023 Physical-Virtual communication and Music 3 5
MCT4032 Applied MCT Project 2 10
Select from list Elective courses (see list below) 15

 It is also possible to spend third semester abroad (30 ECTS).
 

Fourth semester (spring)
Course code Course title Credits (ECTS)
MCT4090 Master's thesis in Music, Communication and Technology 30

 

Compulsory courses (60 credits)                                                      

Elective courses (30 credits)

Spring

Fall

You may apply for recognition of up to 30 ECTS credits taken in other subjects when these can be seen as relevant for the candidate’s Master's Thesis. Consult the Student Advisor if you wish to do so.

Master’s thesis (30 credits)


Diploma and degree

The diploma is issued when you have completed the courses that meet the requirements for a degree.

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Facts

Degree: Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) in Music, Communication and Technology
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MMCT

Language of instruction: English

City: Norway, Trondheim/Oslo

Department of Music (NTNU) and Department of Musicology (UiO), The Faculty of Humanities

How to apply