Large amounts of information are being published on the web. This generates many jobs. Some are working to produce content, while others produce services and technology solutions to publish this content.
You will find examples of student projects on the program's own website together with presentations of business partners, student interviews and presentations of academic staff.
The main focus of the program is directed towards methods and techniques for the production and distribution of information in a digital world. The program takes into account that different types of media output - such as video editing, image processing, sound editing and 3D modeling use the same technologies. This allows for publication of information in parallel in different channels, as we can see in the major media houses as well.
Key topics of the course is programming in Java, information structures and databases, WWW technology, web-based production systems, user interface and multimedia production. The emphasis on utilizing the various media characteristics and advantages. In elective courses and joint projects the students will participate in creative projects and interdisciplinary full-scale productions.
The first year you will learn basic programming and various technologies for publishing on the web. You will also get an introduction to the practical arts courses with a focus on social aspects, visual and practical production. The second year will provide a continuation and specialization in technologies for publishing on the web through the use of databases and information structuring. In addition, the focus on quality of process, content and execution are included. The third year is a great opportunity for each student to self influence the content in specialized courses and bachelor thesis.
The university college has well equipped laboratories, media and computer labs with PC, Macintosh and Linux platforms. Laboratories, infrastructure and data capacity allows for broadband applications in manufacturing, and distribution in multiple media channels. Media Laboratories also provides good opportunities for exploring video communication.
The program qualifies for admission to various Master's programs nationally, such as the Master in User-Centered Media Design at Gjøvik University College, or similar programs internationally.
Relevant areas are information structuring and database publishing, web development, development of online services, service, trade, radio and media houses, film and video production, production of newspapers and other print-based media. Graduation will on a general basis qualify for jobs in companies and organizations where the publishing, information and communication work is important work.
ECTS credits: 180
Semester fee: 750 NOK
- Bachelor in Media Technology (2007-2008)
- Bachelor in Media Technology (2008-2009)
- Bachelor in Media Technology (2009-2010)
- Bachelor in Media Technology (2010-2011)