The course will provide you with a thorough grounding in the working methods and production processes involved in the creation of web content and services. It offers both practical skills and theoretical insight into this increasingly important industry, which now accounts for more than eight percent of the UK’s gross domestic product. The course also examines how the form of media is being changed by creative, active consumers, and how to produce content that takes advantage of this trend.
Possible career paths include: interactive media producer, new media creative/producer, producer, online media producer, video and audio-casting, multimedia producer, multi-platform content, project manager, senior producer, social media producer, immersive environments producer, e-commerce, online community manager, online community moderator, digital executive, and marketing manager.
You will learn through tutorials, master classes, workshops, work experience and a mix of group and individual projects.
The course has strong industry ties, giving students frequent opportunities for work on live industry web projects, internships, and frequent professional guest lectures from the likes of Google, Mind Candy and Mozilla, amongst others.