We offer excellent practice and application orientated education programs in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The main goal is to produce competent and industrially relevant ICT professionals with not only adequate theoretical knowledge and foundation but also more importantly the skills and ability to practice. The faculty is also, in line with its vision to be one of the world’s leading centers of excellence in ICT, offering opportunities for application-oriented and industrially relevant research and development.
PhD | Doctor of Philosophy in Information and Communication Technology – MQA/FA5648
Fields of Specialization
Students planning to do graduate work in ICT must choose an area of specialization. You indicate your preferred specialization on your applications, and the decision about whether to accept you to a program is typically made by faculty members in that particular area. We has compiled descriptions of some of the main areas within ICT. Here is a partial list:
- Software and Information Systems Engineering
- Data and Knowledge Engineering
- Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Decision Technology
- Networking and Internet Computing
- Computer Systems and Security
For more details regarding our research area please visit our Center for Advanced Computing Technology (C-ACT).