On the Multimedia Design and Communication course you are trained to perform communication tasks within digital and print media and you also learn how to develop and design web solutions.
Over the 2 years that the course spans over you work professionally with design and development of web solutions, games and mobile services, communication through social media, digital video, programming plus innovation and idea development.
You are given input to design interactive, digital multimedia products where you focus on users.
While you are on the course, you are in close contact with businesses, and companies will give you assignments and presentations.
The Multimedia Design and Communication course is a two-year further training course with four semesters. The course comprises a combination of creative, communication and digital subjects where marketing and web design are the focal points. In addition, the course involves electives, an internship and a final main assignment.
The course has 2 core subjects:
- Digital User Experience
- Digital Content Development
These core subjects includes the following areas:
- User Interface Development
- Content Production
You have an internship in Semester Four. You decide yourself if this is with a company in Denmark or with a company abroad
The Multimedia Design and Communication course qualifies you for a range of different jobs with small or medium-sized enterprises or with media or advertising agencies.
Listed below are examples of the jobs that you can find:
- A job with an advertising or media agency
- Web Designer
- Web Editor
- Graphic Designer
- SoMe Editor
- Project Management
When you have completed the Multimedia Design and Communication course you can apply to be admitted to top-up professional Bachelor degrees – for example:
- Web Development
- Digital Concept Development
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship