With a duration of 4 semesters, the MultiMediaArt master’s programme provides in-depth skills in the conception, creation and management of multimedia.
The degree focuses on creating high-quality, cross-media and creative-artistic innovation projects. The structure of the degree is oriented on the typical project phases – idea development, concept, design, implementation and publication – and helps your personality as a designer to mature, enabling you to design high-quality, well thought-out and highly professional media with your own personal touch.
MultiMediaArt links different disciplines. As well as the creative major subjects of media design, computer animation, film and audio, students can also decide to specialise in management & producing.
Creative-artistic. Interdisciplinary. Project-oriented.
The master’s programme offers a lot of freedom to choose individual specialisations. The students choose about half the subjects themselves. As well as the three studies models (in-depth, extended or control studies), several major and minor subjects can be selected.
The curriculum and the entire course of studies are designed for the development and implementation of challenging multimedia projects. The student has access to intensive project coaching sessions and consultations right from the start.
Theory and reflection
Inspiration for practical deeds comes from busying oneself with current trends and developments in design, media, art and society. Theoretical subjects hone the ability for the conception, reflection and argumentation of ideas and projects.
Team and communication
The students learn how to organise both themselves and project teams, and how to manage complex projects. Presenting ideas and solutions convincingly is learnt during the studies, as is communication with groups who have different requirements.
Designers, managers and technicians work together on innovative concepts and solutions. Different technical backgrounds and areas of expertise are brought together in interdisciplinary project teams.