- Kristiania University College
- Master's degree
- Applied Computer Science - Software Integration (part-time)
Applied Computer Science (part-time)Gain an insight and expertise in how to connect technological possibilities within IT to the needs of the industry.
Admission requirementsThis program requires a bachelor degree within technology. Additionally, the Grade Point Average (GPA) from your Bachelor’s degree must be minimum C and you have to write a letter of motivation (500 words) in English.
Price37 800 kr per semester. The study program qualifies for grants and loans from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen).
What do you learn?
On this course, you will develop advanced knowledge within the fields of IT architecture, integration, development and modern information systems, focusing on theories, research questions, research methods and professional standards.
Close links to the industry, including the internship and master thesis in collaboration with the business community helps you succeed with this. You work with topics that are deeply rooted to the discipline.
You will gain a practical competence within:
- Design of visual information dashboards based on big data
- Knowledge and practical skills in the development of mobile solutions, Internet of Things and modern architectures
- Expertise within interactive technology and software integration
What jobs can you do?
Meet the faculty
How we workOur research emphasizes economics, innovation, digitization and IT. In addition, there are several exciting research projects in applied informatics, information systems and human-computer interaction. Our lecturers have extensive experience both within industry and academia. Relevant working life experience is brought into the teaching through lecturing and guest lecturing. This will make you used to working life challenges and will ease the transition between study life and work life.
Your everyday studyKristiania is a place for everyone, whilst being a place where you will study along with others who share your passions. An education from Kristiania is practice-oriented, which makes our students sought-after in the labour market, even before they have finished their education. The students' own line associations make for opportunities to meet and bond on the basis of shared interests, while the incubators like Loftet and Bryggeriet creates a bustling and inspiring environment for the students' own companies.
This is the application process
Important deadlinesThe application deadline is 15. April 2023. The documentation deadline for diplomas and certificates is 1. July 2023. Note that 15. April 2023 falls on a Saturday.Read more
Processing timeFor study programs with rolling admissions, you will receive a conditional offer within 1–3 days of submitting the application, if there are available slots for the study program you applied for.Read more
Semester registrationYou must register and confirm your individual education plan before you are reported as an active student to the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund, and to gain access to your subjects in Canvas, the learning platform.Read more
SiO (Oslo) and Sammen (Bergen)SiO and Sammen offers housing, health services, kindergardens, fitness centers and much more to its members.Read more
Services and adaptationsAs a student, you can get guidance, everyday adaptation and follow-up on study-related questions and challenges. We have a duty of confidentiality.Read more
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Student ID cardAs a new student, you can have a student card made on all our campuses except the Brenneriveien Campus. Your student card serves as an access card at the college’s campuses, ID for exams, payment card for printers and library card.Read more