Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing and Digital Media (1 Year Add-on)A one-year (add on) containing the 4th year only modules for those who have completed the 3 yr degree in digital media and web design.
Discipline: Computer Science and Applied Physics
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 8
Programme Duration: One year add-on
Mode of Study: Full time
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: A Pass in an Ordinary Degree (Level 7) in Computing (Computing and Digital Media). Also available through ACCM mode.
CAO Round 1 Points: N/A
The programme presents an opportunity to study exciting new areas in:
- 2D & 3D graphics
- dynamic web design & development
- production and database technologies for multiplatform environments.
Students gain proficiency in various software toolkits and applications though practical development work, acquiring hands-on skills and competencies in the production of rich media and web applications for a wide range of platforms at every stage of this exciting course.
Our lecturers place significant emphasis on helping students gain practical skills, and participants are trained in the provision of computerised web-based solutions, using a wide range of appropriate methods.
Students work individually and in groups on a variety of projects and acquire the latest techniques involved in dynamic rich media development. This course of study fosters the development of creative thinking, the development of interpersonal and project management skills, and competencies required to work in an ever-changing web and technological environment.
- 3D Virtual World
- Media and Technology Convergence
- Group Project
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Software Testing Social Web/Digital Media Strategy
- Secure Web Applications
- Advanced Databases
- Electives include Graphics & Data Visualisation
- Semantic Web & Linked
- Data, Entrepreneurship
- Data Representation and Querying
Graduates will gain a wide range of skills and competencies in mobile, digital media and web development which ensures their versatility and adaptability to the fast changing world of Information
Progression to relevant masters degree programmes in Ireland and the UK, particularly in the areas of web design, digital media, and applied information technology.
E-mail: Valerie Butler