Programme structure

For students starting autumn 2022 and later 

The programme consists of:

  • compulsory courses (80 credits)
  • master's thesis (40 credits

4th semester

MAE4191 – Master's Thesis
3rd semester MAE4191 – Master's Thesis MAE4112 – Multilevel Models MAE4053 – Survey Methodology MAE4054 – Study Designs for Causal Inference
2nd semester MAE4120 – Item Response Theory MAE4101 – Measurement models MAE4010 – Constructing Measures MAE4050 – Current Topics and Debates in Assessment and Evaluation
1st semester MAE4000 – Data Science MAE4011 – Principles of Measurement MAE4001 – Linear Models
  10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits

For students who started autumn 2020 and autumn 2021 

The programme consists of:

  • compulsory courses (90 credits)
  • master's thesis (30 credits

4th semester

MAE4090 – Thesis MAE4051 – Selected Topics in Educational Measurement MAE4231 – Research Seminar II: Researcher’s Skills and Professional Communication
3rd semester MAE4090 – Thesis MAE4050 – Current Topics and Debates in Assessment and Evaluation
2nd semester MAE4120 – Item Response Theory MAE4101 – Measurement models MAE4010 – Constructing Measures MAE4221 – Research Seminar I: Researcher's Skills
1st semester MAE4011 – Principles of Measurement MAE4000 – Data Science MAE4001 – Linear Models
  10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits

For students who started autumn 2019 or earlier 

The programme consists of:

  • compulsory courses (90 credits)
  • master's thesis (30 credits

4th semester

MAE4090 – Thesis MAE4051 – Selected Topics in Educational Measurement MAE4231 – Research Seminar II: Researcher’s Skills and Professional Communication
3rd semester MAE4090 – Thesis MAE4050 – Current Topics and Debates in Assessment and Evaluation
2nd semester MAE4120 – Item Response Theory MAE4101 – Measurement models MAE4010 – Constructing Measures MAE4230 – Research Seminar I: Researcher's Skills (discontinued)
1st semester MAE4011 – Principles of Measurement MAE4000 – Data Science
  10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits

Part-time studies 

Students who have permanent residence permits in Norway can apply for reduced progression. Students who choose to study at a reduced pace should contact the administration for guidance on what order to take the courses in.

International students who have been granted study permits in Norway on the condition that they study full time cannot be granted reduced progression.

 

Diploma and degree

This programme leads to the following degree: Master of Science (MSc) in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation

The diploma is issued when you have completed the courses that meet the requirements for a degree. Read more about diplomas.

Published May 4, 2017 8:44 AM - Last modified Jan. 7, 2022 2:02 PM