Creative media engineering
The MultiMediaTechnology master’s degree is a media computer science course of studies that is tailored to the dawning conception age. As well as the hard skills in the area of computer science and media technology, creativity and innovative ability are recognised and promoted as key factors for the development of new digital products. The aim is to train developers who, in times of rapid technological progress, act flexibly and advance creative ideas for worthwhile applications.
The course of study offers scientific engineering training that is especially practice and project oriented. For four semesters everything revolves around the development of new media products in the areas of social media, gaming, interaction, and augmented & mixed reality. The students develop multimedia master projects in cooperation with designers from the partner course of studies MultiMediaArt. Through interdisciplinary teamwork, marketable products emerge which are convincing in terms of concept, technology and design.
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|Degree awarded:||Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)|
|Length of study:||4 semesters|
|Study places per year:||20|
|Language of instruction:||German|
|Tuition:||tuition fee € 363,- per semester + |
€ 18.70 student union fee per semester
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