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Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art)

Design immersive and breathtaking new worlds and become a part of the $3 billion dollar games industry with this Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art) course from the Media Design School.



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Torrens University Australia

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Bachelor of Software Engineering (Game Programming)

Study this Bachelor of Software Engineering (Game Programming) course and learn how to code and craft video games at the Media School of Design – one of the top 3 design schools in the world!



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Torrens University Australia

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Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Media Studies

Swinburne Online’s Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Media Studies prepares students for a variety of roles within media or advertising.


The online course equips you with a plethora of industry skills and an understanding of the media in a rapidly changing digital age.


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Swinburne Online

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Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations

Learn how to develop and maintain brands and public perception with this online Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations course.


This course will teach you to build a public relations strategy and communicate ideas effectively with both stakeholders and consumers.


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Swinburne Online

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Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (specialising in Web Technologies) ICT30115

Achieve success in your IT career with this online Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (specialising in Web Technologies) (ICT30115) course from North Coast TAFE.


This entry-level course provides you with sought-after technical expertise in creating web pages, and will show you how to provide front-end support, and repair hardware problems.


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Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICA20111

The online Certificate II in Information Technology course is comprised of eight core IT units, which teach basic information and communications technology skills.


This IT course will provide you with the general computer skills needed to work effectively in an environment that uses information technology.


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About Digital Media

It’s hard to imagine another industry that is as hooked into our changing lifestyles as digital media. For creative types with an interest in technology, it’s where the jobs lie, and for creative types who don’t have an interest in technology – well, it’s still where the jobs lie.

The post-network era gives a lot of prevalence to the digital media-maker – the kind of practitioner who uses great design to visualise information and make media which responds to its consumer. We’ve seen newspapers become interactive hubs and scheduled television morph into on-demand videos. Radio is created for downloading, not transmitting; Scrabble is played across time zones; magazines are designed for phones – in the digital sphere, media has completely converged.

It shouldn’t be too surprising. Since the invention of Pong, entertainment and computers have been inseparable, and even more so now – over half of us admit to media multitasking while we’re watching television at home. With such an appetite for digital consumables, designers and producers need to know their craft.

Potential digital media career outcomes include: 3D Modelling Professional, Assistant Animator, Assistant Designer, Digital Media Programmer, Digital Media Developer, Website Developer, FX Artist, Game Artist, Game Developer, Lighting Artist.

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