About the course
In design and interactive development, a knowledge of creative media software applications is key to productivity and success. This programme teaches how to create multimedia applications using digital technology. The course takes students through the steps needed to produce professional media work to a high standard. The relevant professional applications will be used by the students who learn by doing. In addition to practical work, students will have plenty of opportunity to study, discuss, and critically evaluate the fundamental underlying principles. There are eight mandatory modules that cover core concepts and techniques. Students can also choose two electives from a menu of seven additional modules.
Is this course for you?
This course is an interdisciplinary cross-faculty postgraduate programme that exploits the established strengths of Griffith College in Computing, Media, and Design. If you hold a degree in one of these disciplines (or another related discipline), this course will equip you with advanced skills and expertise in the development of, and content creation for, digital media systems. If you work in this field or wish to pursue a related career, it will enable you to sharpen your existing skills or help you lay down the foundation skills to establish new businesses within this sector.
The part-time programme is delivered over 4 semesters, covering the 10 topics as per the full-time programme. We offer the flexibility of student orientated timetabling to suit personal and professional requirements. Applicants should contact the Faculty of Computing Science or Admissions for more details.