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Degree Programs

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Masters Program

Masters Program
 
Admissions to the master's program include taking part in the Department's recommendation-and-selection examination (applications begin in mid-November each year) and taking part in the NTNU's master's program entrance examination (applications begin in early March each year).
 
Application Criteria: Anyone with a bachelor's degree from a local or overseas university or college recognized by the Ministry of Education, or equivalent level of academic ability.
The goal of the "Printing & Publishing Technology" program is to cultivate research, management and business expertise in printing communication technology and publishing management technology; the goal of the "Image Communication Technology" program is to cultivate creative, research, quality control and management expertise in video communication software. Students should refer to the graduate student handbook issued by the Department and complete a suitable curriculum package before they may begin working on their dissertation. At least 36 credits must be completed to qualify for graduation and the awarding of the Master of Science in Applied Engineering.
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