Appendix 2: Specialisations

Degree Programme in Media Technology (CMETE), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2007

Image and Video Technology (BVT)

The objective of the specialization in Image- and video technology is that you know and understand the function of the technical methods and devices used in mobile analogue and digital imaging technology. You should also be able to work with tools to record, process, transmit, distribute or reproduce audio and video.

Master, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

Information about the master program Human-computer interaction is obtained by choosing the program in the Course and program directory.

In order to meet the requirements for a degree of Master of science of engineering in Media technology (300 ECTS) the student must:

  • not take the specialization human-computer interaction during the third study year (two specializations are required)
  • take the conditionally elective courses in mathematics during study years 2 and 3
  • within the master's program take the courses Law for media, Media, technology and culture, and Content and expresseion in media. A course in Sustainable development (or equivalent) is recommended.

Interactive Media Technology (INMT)

New digital, interactive media develop rapidly. The broadband channels will be filled with attractive, profitable services and a broader user spectrum requires better interactive products. This production-oriented specialization covers techniques and methods for development and production of various types of interactive media.

Journalism (JLK)

This specialization will give you an understanding of how modern journalism has emerged, current trends, with simultaneous publication in multiple media forms, and an increased concentration of ownership in the media. This is a theoretical orientation, but it also contains some basic elements of journalistic production.

Audio Technology (LJD)

An important part in the production of multimedia is audio. It is important to know how sound is produced, processed, recorded and reproduced, and how humans perceive sound. To know how to integrate audio with other media, you need knowledge of human hearing and perception, and psycho-acoustics, ie how we perceive and interpret sounds and what we can and can not perceive.

Human-Machine Interaction (MDI)

Computers are increasingly included in people's everyday lives in the industrialized world. This places high demands on the user interfaces. To make a good user interface requires that persons with knowledge from multiple discipline interact. In the field of human-computer interaction meets computer scientists, psychologists, linguists, designers, sociologists and social anthropologists.

Master, Media Management (MEM)

Please note that the program has a limited number of places.

Information about the master's program is obtained by choosing the program in the Course and program directory.

Students on the Media technology program (CMETE) do not have a guaranteed seat on the master's program Media management.

In order to meet the requirements for a degree of Master of science of engineering in Media technology (300 ECTS) the student must:

  • take the conditionally elective courses in mathematics during study years 2 and 3
  • within the master's program take the courses Law for media, Media, technology and culture, and Sustainable development (or equivalent)

Master, Media Technology (MET2)

Information about the master program Media technology is obtained by choosing the program in the Course and program directory.

Print Communication (TRK)

Specialization gives detailed knowledge of the information content of images, digital imaging and the principles and methods for pressing standby and repro. It also provides a good knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of the dominant printing methods, ie offset, gravure, flexography and digital printing.