Master's Programme in Information Networks
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The Master’s Programme in Information Networks is organized by the School of Science.
This site contains the student study guide for the master’s programme with materials and instructions on all the majors available in the programme. Here you will find the programme curriculum as well as detailed guidelines for planning your studies.
The Master’s Programme in Information Networks programme is how technological development and creation of new business shape our societies. The mission of the programme is to educate societally conscious engineers. Engineers who are masters of software and digital technology and who can create new business based on this technical know-how. And importantly, we train these engineers to understand the complexities and structures of society, especially how technology and business shape societies. Third, we educate professionals who actively work with the ethical, philosophical and value-based issues involved in shaping a society in one direction or another.
Students of this program have a common basis in designing for the society, ethics and philosophy, research methodology and the interaction between society and technology. In addition, students can focus in one of the four majors within the programme to build a more specific combination of societal topics and practical skills.
Information Networks, Master of Science (Technology)
The Master’s Programme in Information Networks educates cross-disciplinary thinkers and innovators with human-centric technological skills. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the interactions between people and digital technologies and business on an individual, group, organisational and societal level.