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Bachelor of Creative Industries

Major In Interactive Media

Provides studies in both traditional multimedia and emerging digital interactive technologies. It draws together theory and knowledge from multiple creative disciplines.

Students gain skills and competence in the design, scripting, development and usability of digital media products for information, entertainment and commerce. They also develop an understanding and skills associated with the specialist roles needed in the team-based development and management of interactive media products for web and other emergent technologies.

Related careers

Web Designer, Web Programmer, Digital Media Manager

Major structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

An Interactive Media major provides studies of both traditional multimedia and emergent digital interactive technologies. It draws together theory and knowledge from multiple creative disciplines. Students gain skills and competence in the design, scripting, development and usability of digital media products for information, entertainment and commerce. Also, they develop an understanding and skills associated with the specialist roles needed in the team-based development and management of interactive media products for web and other emergent technologies.

The units listed in this major may be subject to change over the duration of the course.



Students may commence Level Two units of their Major in the first and second semesters of enrolment.

UnitDescription Points
Select the following 75 credit points (5 units):
GDT21023D Visualisation 15
IMM1122Publishing on the World Wide Web 15
IMM2123Interactive Multimedia Authoring 1 15
IMM2125Interface and Information Design 15
IMM2226Interactive Multimedia Authoring 2 15
 


UnitDescription Points
Plus select 45 credit points (3 units) from the following:
IMM32053D Animation 15
IMM3227Advanced World Wide Web Applications 15
IMM3228Project Management Methodology 15
IMM3330Industry Project Development 15
 


Recommended Electives
Note: Interactive Media students can also undertake the elective unit CMM3104 Professional Placement 1. It is recommended that students intending to study the Interactive Media Major complete at least two of the following Foundation Program electives:

UnitDescription Points
DES2206Design Practices: Animation 15
FAV1101Introduction to Digital Video 15
IMM1121Digital Photomedia 15
MTQ1110Desktop Music Production 15
MTQ1118Digital Audio and Sampling Techniques 15
PHO1105Photo Work 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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