Bachelor Degree in Multimedia Technologies

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Program Name:
Bachelor Degree in Multimedia Technologies
Level:
Bachelor Level
Affiliated To:
London Metropolitan University (London Met)
Categories:
IT
Program Duration:
48 Months
Academic Year:
Yearly
Evaluation Method:
GPA
Cost Range:
N/A

Detail Inforamation

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Multimedia unites digital culture, media and computer technology with networks and creativity, allowing for new ways of expression, production, exchange and leisure to emerge. Various industries have seen a rapid transformation over the past two decades leading to the appearance of multimedia professionals ranging from web designer to game developer, from media producer to web content manager, and from film maker to PR manager. This theory- and practice-based course immerses you in leading-edge aspects of new media practice along the lines of interaction design, and digital culture, teaching you to initiate, design, produce and manage projects. Joining the aesthetic, political and social debates focusing on digital media, and adding on to them in imaginative ways, you will produce a personal portfolio of work.


Intakes
> Autumn Semester - September/October
> Spring Semester - January/February

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Entry Requirements
3 - Year Bachelor's Degree Track
> HSEB (Overall aggregate of 55% and above; 60% and above for Yr 12 English)
> 3 'A' Level passes and Pass in General Paper
> CBSE (India) aggregate score of 60% and above; overall English above 65%
> ICSE (India) aggregate score 60% and above; overall English score above 65%
> NIOS (India) aggregate score of 65% and above; overall English score above 70%
> GED (General Educational Development) test aggregate of 550 and above
> Other qualifications (subjected to approval by the University)
> Candidate who do not meet the English requirement can substitute with IELTS 5.5; Pearson Test of English (PTE) overall score of 47 or equivalent.

4 - Year Bachelor's Degree Track
> HSEB (Overall aggregate of 45% and above; 45% and above for Yr 12 English)
> 2 'A' Level passes and Pass in General Paper
> CBSE (India) aggregate score of 50% and above; overall English above 50%
> ICSE (India) aggregate score 50% and above; overall English score above 50%
> NIOS (India) aggregate score of 55% and above; overall English score above 55%
> GED (General Educational Development) test aggregate of 410 and above
> Other qualifications (subjected to approval by the University)
> Candidate who do not meet the English requirement can substitute with IELTS 4.5; Pearson Test of English (PTE) overall score of 36 or equivalent.

All applications will be subjected to London Metropolitan University's final approval.

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Year 1
Modules
> Foundation Mathematics
> General & Academic English
> Developments in Technology
> Computing Fundamentals
> Computing Mathematics
> English for Undergraduate Study

Electives (choose any 2)
> Introduction to Multimedia
> Principles of Communication Systems
> Computer Programming

Year 2
Core Modules
> Introduction to Programming
> Study Skills for Multimedia
> Logic
> Introduction to the Internet
> Computer Hardware and Software Architecture
> Further Programming
> Enhanced Web Development
> Modelling and Animation Basics

Year 3
Core Modules
> Employment Skills for Multimedia
> 3D Character Modelling & Animation I
> 3D Character Modelling & Animation II
> Character Animation & Realism
> Professional Development for Computing
> Autonomous Multimedia Solutions
> Interactive Multimedia Authoring
> Compositing, After-FX and Post-Production Techniques

Year 4
Core Modules
> Individual Animation Project Production & Post-Production (Double Credit)
> Creating and Developing Sound for Multimedia (Digital) Applications
> Project Research and Planning
> E-Business
> Interactive Digital Moving Image Production
> Multimedia Solutions Group Project
> Commercial Web Development

Assessment
In all cases the skills outlined above are assessed as part of the various pieces of coursework. In multimedia and other multimedia solutions the process of development is as important as the final outcome and many of these professional and employability skills are highlighted in the way the student works on a project, as opposed to the final result of the project. The process of project development is facilitated by the tutors and assessed formatively. Evidence of a professional approach is demonstrated not only in meetings with tutors but also in the supporting materials submitted for assessment.

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