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Become a future innovator and leader
Get set for success in the exciting and fast-growing contemporary digital media industry. This degree’s multidisciplinary approach will develop your technical competency and digital creativity, through the study of interactive design methods, electronic audio, visual media, computation and critical thinking. Combine these skills to produce imaginative concepts, functioning prototypes, digital audio-visual artefacts, and technically mediated interaction designs for everyday life.
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Study creative and interactive media at Griffith
To build your career in interactive and digital media technologies you need technological expertise, a visual focus, and the ability to embrace new opportunities.
This unique degree is taught jointly by the Queensland College of Art and the School of Information and Communication Technology. This means you will develop a true understanding of how the arts and technology work together to form interactive projects for a range of devices and contexts.
Study at the Queensland College of Art's South Bank campus, in the heart of Brisbane's cultural precinct, or at the thriving arts and technology community at the Gold Coast campus.
Award majors exist in digital arts and design and media applications.
Digital Arts and Design Award Major
Learn to design interactive experiences ranging from audio-visual installations to experimental mobile apps and websites. Gain a solid grounding in diverse digital media including 2D and 3D, sound, and video. Apply your skills across physical computing, mobile systems, wearable technology, new media arts and games. You’ll be empowered to design and produce imaginative concepts, innovative prototypes, and complete artworks and designs to industry standard.
Media Applications Award Major
Learn essential skills to design, develop and program computer games, web and mobile applications. This major introduces you to various programming languages and their appropriate use, including team programming concepts, development environments, scripting techniques, software tools, life-cycle processes, testing and deployment. You’ll be given a systematic introduction to the development of dynamic, community-based applications. You’ll learn how to integrate web-coding, server-side scripting languages, database systems and native mobile applications.
Choose to do a double major, or undertake one award major plus a complementary specialisation in one of the following areas:
- Graphic and communication design
- Interior design and environments
- Product and 3D design
- Games design
- Music technology
- Data science and artificial intelligence
- Information systems
- Computer networks and security
- Software engineering
- Creative entrepreneurship
Inside access to industry
We maintain strong links with industry to ensure we develop and deliver relevant degrees based on the latest market trends and employer demand. When you study with Griffith, you’ll learn the latest trends from industry professionals, who as your lecturers and tutors have extensive industry experience and insights to share.
We’re proud to deliver an outstanding education that supports our students in facing the future with confidence, competence and the knowledge and skills to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
The innovative Bachelor of Creative and Interactive Media/Bachelor of Business degree brings together the creative, the technical and the practical, and prepares graduates in the best possible way for a future career in the creative technology industries. The degree responds to shifts from the world’s leading design and technology companies and arts institutions seeking practitioners with high-level creative and digital technology skills. It also has a strong focus on future employability.
Bachelor of Creative and Interactive Media
Students from the Queensland College of Art recently worked with their Chinese counterparts at the Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts and Shandong University of Art and Design on a collection that melds futuristic fashion with traditional Chinese motifs, creating cutting-edge wearable technology.
The results were exhibited at a fashion show in Jinan, which featured blue-tooth enabled accessories, light-up PVC dresses, and 3D printed, interactive LED garments. For Bachelor of Creative and Interactive Media student Valencia Prizzi, the trip was a life-changing experience.
“This was my first time overseas. It was a total culture shock and a big learning curve. It really tested us and pushed us in new directions. We learned so much from working with the Chinese students.”
Embrace emerging career opportunities in creative media technologies
Graduate with the creative digital media skills that the world’s leading design and technology employers demand. You’ll be able to meet the need for creators and thinkers, uniquely skilled in the arts, design and code, who can reimagine and reconfigure the way we engage with the world. Future careers are waiting in commercial enterprises, the fine arts sector and government, and independent start-ups. Career outcomes include:
- Creative technologist
- Interactive media developer
- Creative director
- Web design and development
- App design and development
- Digital content manager
- Digital media artist
- Experience designer
- Computer game programming
- Interface design
- Multimedia production
- eLearning design
- Human-computer interaction
- Digital innovation
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