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Business Academy Aarhus
Denmark, Viby J, Århus
Aarhus Technical College, Halmstadgade
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AP Degree Programme of Multimedia Design and Communication is a two-year full-time Higher Educational programme qualifying students for key functions within a number of trades and industries. .
The programme gives access to the 1½-year Bachelor top-up programme in Web Development offered by Business Academy Aarhus. Graduates of the AP Degree Programme might also choose to continue their studies for a Bachelor's Degree abroad with a transfer of credits.
Teaching contents and methods are closely related to practice and stress good and close contact between students and the teaching faculty. During the studies students have access to computer facilities, Internet, etc.
The Multimedia Design and Communication programme takes 2 years and contains a compulsory part and an elective part. The compulsory part contains courses within the following subject areas:
• The company
• Communication and presentation
• Design and visualisation
• Interaction development
You will work with subjects like communication and dissemination theories, construction of websites, graphic design, audio/video and 3D animation, aesthetics, marketing, journalism, IT systems and data communication.
The programme is completed with a final examination project, where you will solve a specific problem for a company in connection with a compulsory traineeship of at least 3 months.
The multimedia designer is trained to work with digital communication.
A multimedia designer can combine text, sound, pictures, animated graphics and video so that the message is effectively presented by way of electronic medias such as web sites, CD ROMs, the internet, intranet etc.
You are therefore qualified for jobs within the fields of planning, designing, controlling and implementing different types of multimedia productions.
Typical areas of work would be multimedia companies, service providers, production companies and educational institutions, both within the private and public sector