Each year, a number of CCT students choose to pursue the Master's thesis.
This project serves as a capstone experience which integrates and extends the knowledge acquired during studies in the program and can serve as a representation of students' analytical abilities for professional purposes or for further graduate studies.
The problem associated with energy harvest was the starting point for the master's thesis entitled "Development, deployment and evaluation of wireless energy efficiency Io T units" defined by Professor Linga Reddy Cenkeramaddi.
Most wireless devices and applications are battery powered with a limited service life.
Internship can be combined with MCOM 6050 for a total of six hours of credit if internship has minimum of 300 hours and MCOM 6050 program and internship overlap.**Students will complete an applied research project focusing on media and communication as a capstone project in their final semester.
Thesis Technology Communication
The project will be supervised by a graduate faculty member and requires students to orally present their project to the graduate faculty.
Three hours of MCOM 5370 Internship credit is possible under the College Elective Course category.
This credit requires a minimum of 160 internship hours as well as weekly reports and a formal final evaluation.
Postal and Electronic Mail” by Rebecca Kielty “Posts and G-G-Ghosts: Exploring the Portrayal of Stuttering in IT (2017)” by Mary-Cecile Gayoso “What's in Your Face?
The award “best master's thesis” is a research award for students at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programme at the Faculty of Technology and Science in Grimstad.