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Radio, television, music, films and computers inform and amuse us - effortlessly, instantly, clearly, and all at the touch of a button. Media and multimedia technologies pervade technologies become more sophisticated, as the boundaries overlap, blur and disappear, so we will be able to experience more ideas in new and unexpected ways. Multimedia is about conveying information effectively and efficiently through the integrated use of different media: text, audio, graphics, animation, video and human-computer interaction. Multimedia techniques have numerous application areas, including entertainment, education, commerce, engineering, medicine and scientific research.

But how do these technologies work? What makes them tick? How are they going to develop in the future? Digital electronic, computing and communications technologies form the tangible products we use, to gather information, record, interpret and store the data to present the finished product. But the creative element is often hidden in the software. The interaction between the hardware and the software is the crucial element defining the way these products will evolve and which will be successful.


The Multimedia Technology program starts with the scientific and technical principles of media capture and computer representation, coupled with the methods of operation and application of the computer software and systems that enable delivery of multimedia productions. This central core is complemented with study of a broad range of technologies and processes that support multimedia systems and the delivery of multimedia productions, e.g. computer software design, computer system organization, the Internet, commercial and scientific information management.

Graduates in Multimedia Technology will be ready for a rewarding career as a technical professional adaptable to wide range of opportunities in the design and application of information communication systems based on software technologies.

Course Guide
This program covers Media Science; Multimedia Software; Programming; Computer Systems; Information Systems; Data Modeling & databases; Professional Studies; Program Design & Data Structures; Human-Computer Interaction; Graphics; Animation; Video and Audio Systems; Professional Studies; Delivery Systems; Post-production Techniques; Selection from specialist options in multimedia computing.


In contrast Multimedia Digital Systems complements study of multimedia principles and software by progressively focusing on the hardware technology and discovering how digital electronic designs allow multimedia products to be delivered. Students will consider the theory and practice of digital electronic systems design and see how this provides audio, video and interactive multimedia environments.

As a result students can expect to become a practitioner able to understand and contribute an integrated view of the hardware technology and creative software involved in areas as diverse as video networks, interactive entertainment, music, television and film recording studios, multimedia Internet sites and immersive virtual reality simulation.

Course Guide
This course includes Programming; Digital Electronics; Signals & Systems; Data Modeling & Databases; Media Science; Multimedia Software Professional Studies; Program Design & Data Structures; Digital and Programmable Electronics; Graphics; Video and Audio Systems; Professional Studies; Digital; Systems Design; Delivery Systems; Post-production Techniques; Selection from Specialist options in multimedia digital systems.

The multimedia industry wants students and graduates who can rise to technological challenges it faces. Well-paid placements fro sandwich students are offered each year with companies large and small, local and nationwide. Currently, over half the students in electronic and computing subjects elect to take a sandwich year. Graduates attract offers to work in multimedia, Internet and communications industries at high salary levels.

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