Master - Oslo
Applied Computer Science – Software Integration
Gain an insight and expertise in how to connect technological possibilities within IT to the needs of the industry.
Admission closed 2021
It is no longer possible to apply for campus studies at Kristiania University College with admission in the autumn of 2021.
This is the study for those who are passionate about IT and technology, and who want to create innovative user experiences and solutions.
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.
The Master’s programme is research-based and researchers and people from the industry actively teach as lecturers.
What do you learn?
It is key to understand how IT can bridge the gap between research and industry, and on this course you will acquire beneficial, practical skills and research expertise in order to understand technology, innovation and software integration.
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
In addition to this, during the course, we will focus on, among other things:
- System development and applied informatics
- Big data
- Information visualisation
- IT architecture
- Interactive use of technology
- Project management and agile methods
- Mobile solutions
Students on the Master of Applied Computer Science – Software Integration qualify for jobs such as:
- Tech lead
- IT architect
- Senior developer
- Technical project leader
After completion of the course, you will be able to see how technology can make the world a better place, and help people and organisations to carry out their work more efficiently.