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Meet the demands of an evolving digital media industry
Everything we do, from education to research to community involvement, is designed to help in the new world that our students, graduates and communities will encounter. Since introducing Australia's first degree in multimedia, we have ensured our multimedia and interactive entertainment students remain one step ahead by equipping them with the creative and technological skills needed to meet the demands of the rapidly evolving digital media industry.
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Study Intelligent digital technologies at Griffith
Our program features a blend of digital technologies, technical and practical skills development, and creative processes providing a comprehensive foundation of design, development, management and evaluation for innovative technical solutions.
Our courses prepare students for typical workplace scenarios, building strong technical skills for the creative use of technology. All students participate in work integrated learning through industry placements and develop a portfolio providing many graduates with a direct entry into employment.
Griffith Information Technology graduate
An IT degree from Griffith was the start of an amazing journey for Elliot Nash. Soon after graduating, Elliot landed a programmer analyst role with a Gold Coast tourism operator with a focus on online tourism. This role led him to the realisation that his interest lay in combining his technical skills with business strategy. Elliot returned to Griffith to study an MBA.
Following his further studies, Elliot's qualifications and technical skills brought his profile to the attention of Amazon recruiters. It was not long before he was on his way to Seattle to take on the role of Technical Program Manager and embracing a new life in the US.
'My time at Griffith was extremely valuable in getting me where I am today. At Griffith, they teach the importance of leadership, vision, lifelong learning and mission, and at Amazon they really live and breathe those principles'.
75% of the fastest growing occupations now require science, technology, engineering or math skills*
The information technology industry is experiencing rapid growth both domestically and internationally, and need graduates with product development skills such as those provided by this program.
Depending on your chosen major, you'll have opportunities to work in game development, film and television production, web development, sound production, visual media design, or multimedia production management.
* Office of Australia's Chief Scientist, September 2014.
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