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BIS Multimedia?

MM
Multimedia
CS
Computer Science
VD
Visual Design
CS

Computer Science

The BIS Multimedia degree consists of a large proportion of computer science-related content. Students will acquire proficiency in various programming languages, but more importantly will become well-versed in the way programming and programming languages work. The student will also learn about computer graphics, artificial intelligence, compilers, computer operating systems, databases, networks and other essential computer science concepts.
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MM

Multimedia

The BIS Multimedia degree consists of multimedia subjects designed specifically for this degree. These multimedia subjects will teach students to create basic websites by implementing the newest standards of web-based technologies. Students will also learn to create more complex and dynamic websites. Together with the web focus of the multimedia subjects there is also an exposure to authoring software used for creating dynamic multimedia content. These include video editing software, animation software and visual authoring tools. Students will also be taught about the newest multimedia related trends and technologies and have the opportunity to use them. Finally the students will have to opportunity to combine their accrued multimedia knowledge through the development of a fully operational game!
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VD

Visual Design

The visual design component of the BIS Multimedia degree is specially designed and presented by the Visual Arts Department at the university. This component will teach students the basic elements and principles of design, typography and layout. Students will also be provided with opportunities to apply these techniques and principles. Together with application the student will also be exposed to the characteristics of different media types and the design process, and will also acquire the skills to do effective visual analysis and interpretation. This analysis includes aesthetic, functional and communicative evaluations of design. The visual design component takes place in both physical and digital environments.
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