Multimedia is one of the fastest developing areas in computing. By studying interactive media design at Deakin you’ll get to combine technical IT and creative skills, learning how to design and author multimedia information. When you graduate you could find yourself designing interactive multimedia services, creating websites or working in business, entertainment or marketing.
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Bachelor of Information Technology (Multimedia)/Masters of Information Technology (IT Services and IT Security)
Industry experience in every IT course
All IT students can undertake an internship, allowing you to apply your learning and gain industry experience that counts towards your degree. You'll also experience the work environment and develop professional networks before you graduate.
Interactive media design courses
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The School of Information Technology aims to benefit society by generating new fundamental knowledge, training tomorrow's technology leaders and advancing industry technologies to maintain a competitive edge. Our research develops your skills and, with our expert staff supervising you, you'll be on the right path to a successful career.
We recognise the importance of being closely aligned with the IT industry. That's why we maintain strong industry links through IT representatives from organisations such as Telstra, ANZ and Computershare. These industry representatives provide us with curriculum advice, keeping our courses current and relevant to industry needs, which is key in a sector where change is constant.
Our courses are professionally accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), so your degree will be recognised by industry, which in turn will help you stand out to future employers.
As an IT graduate with a specialisation in interactive media design, you’ll demonstrate all sorts of skills, from creative thinking and problem-solving strategies to technical skills and investigation techniques. Related occupations include:
- component integrator
- database manager
- object-oriented and procedural programmer
- network manager
- project manager
- web designer
- web manager.
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