NTNU offers a 2-years international MSc program in reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety (RAMS). To be admitted, students have to hold a BSc in a technical discipline. The whole program is 120 credits (in the European system) and the students have to take ten courses, each of 7.5 credits, write a project thesis (15 credits) and a master thesis (30 credits). The master thesis is usually written in cooperation with industry. Most of the courses are also taken as optional courses in several other study programs at NTNU. Some of our courses have up to 160 students.