Bachelor of Information Technology (Graphics and Multimedia) (Hons.)
The Department of Graphics and Multimedia offers two distinct full-time undergraduate programmes. These two programmes are Bachelor of Information Technology (Graphics and Multimedia) (Hons.) and Bachelor of Information Technology (Visual Media) (Hons.).
The Graphics and Multimedia programme is specially designed to produce graduates that are informative, highly skilled and competitive in the field of IT, Computer Graphics and Multimedia Technology. It focuses on the technical aspects of multimedia frameworks. This three year undergraduate program emphasizes on three main aspects which are - IT knowledge, technical knowhow and good social skills. Students will be gaining a real life experience by exploring latest technologies in computer graphics and multimedia system development. This includes the mechanics of – Computer Games Development, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D Modelling and Animation. Students are also equipped with programming skills. This is to ensure our graduates are flexible enough to serve both ends in IT industries and, in the Graphics & Multimedia industries.
During Year 1, students are introduced with the underlying technologies of Computer Systems, explores Problem Solving Methodologies, Basic Drawing Methods, Multimedia Technologies, Computer Modeling & Creativity, Structured programming, Data communication & Computer networking and Discrete structures.
During the 2nd year, and in addition to core Information Technology modules, the study will concentrate on Object Oriented Programming, Computer Graphics, Database, Multimedia Systems Design, Computer Vision & Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence and Technical Elective courses such as Game Design, Audio Video Technologies, Computer Animation, Virtual Reality, AI & Game Aesthetics and Digital Photography, followed by an industrial placement (Special semester).
In the 3rd year (Final Year), the study will concentrate on Fundamental of Software Engineering, Web programming, Multimedia Systems Interface Design, Fundamental of Information Systems, Ethics & IT Professional Practices and Technology Entrepreneurship.
The combination of all the modules above will help students gain a solid understanding of the hardware, software and technical aspects of capturing, storing and manipulating of multimedia elements in a digital form.
Students who have successfully completed the undergraduate programme may consider pursuing the postgraduate programmes which include the Master of Information Technology and Doctor of Philosophy by research in the areas of IT and Multimedia.
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Undergraduate degree course encompasses at least 9 (nine) semester, including 1 (one) semester for industrial training.
Students from other institutions may apply for transfer credits. A maximum up to 36 credits can be transferred, subject to eligibility of the applicant.
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Each student will be assigned an academic advisor who will assist the student in his/her academic studies. This includes advice on plan of study such as the selection of courses for the coming semester as well as the student's academic performance. The assigned College advisers are available throughout the academic year for consultation and advising.
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