news

News


Round Corner
Department of Computer and Information Science

News > Article

Gaming Technology in the Master Programmes

Gaming Technology in the Master Programmes

At NTNU you can now apply for admission to Master of Science in Informatics, with gaming technology as the programme option. Information about application and admission procedures for Master of Science in Informatics (in Norwegian). Gaming technology is also one of the specialization areas in the Master of Science in Computer Science (in Norwegian) programme.

The gaming technology specialization focuses on topics relevant for both simulation and computer games. Graphics and virtualization, hardware and micro-processers, parallell programming, artificial intelligens, system engineering, software architechture, and mobile software development are all important areas of expertice in the gaming technology specialization.

Photo: Arne Asphjell, NTNU Info.

 

 


By: Kai Torgeir Dragland     Published: 08.02.2008     
NTNU logo