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Information Technology, Ph.D.
- is at the forefront of knowledge within information technology, physics or mathematics and has mastered the scientific theory, research questions and methods relating to the subject area
- is at the forefront of knowledge within a chosen specialist discipline within the field
- can evaluate the suitability and application of different methods and processes in research and scholarly development projects
- can contribute to the development of new knowledge and theories, methods, interpretations and forms of documentation in the field
The Information Technology programme is offered by University of Stavanger.Skills:
- can formulate problems, plan and carry out research and scholarly development work
- can carry out research and scholarly development work of high international standard
- can handle complex academic issues and challenge established knowledge and practices in the field of information technology, physics or mathematics
- can identify new relevant ethical issues and practice their research with scholarly integrity
- can manage complex interdisciplinary assignments and projects
- can communicate research and development work through recognized Norwegian and international channels
- can participate in debates in the field in international forums
- can assess the need for, initiate and practice innovation
Detailed Programme Facts
Starting in 2017-08-15 00:00:00
You can apply until:
- There is no application deadline for this start date.
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
180 credits alternative credits
The programme is structured with coursework of 30 credits and a research component of 150 credits.