Computer Graphics and Multimedia

  • Computer Graphics and Multimedia |
  • English

Program Description

Computer graphics involves the generation, display, and manipulation of images and graphical objects using computers. It includes areas such as 2D and 3D modeling, rendering, animation, image processing, virtual reality, and augmented reality. Computer graphics techniques are used in various industries, including entertainment, video games, film production, advertising, architectural visualization, and scientific visualization. Multimedia, on the other hand, refers to the integration of different forms of media, such as text, graphics, audio, video, and animation, to create interactive and immersive experiences. Multimedia encompasses a wide range of applications, including interactive presentations, web design, e-learning, interactive games, virtual tours, and interactive installations. It involves designing and developing content that engages users through multiple senses, providing a rich and dynamic user experience. Studying computer graphics and multimedia involves learning the underlying principles, algorithms, and technologies used in creating and manipulating visual content. Students may explore topics such as computer programming, graphics programming, image and video processing, 3D modeling and animation, human-computer interaction, multimedia design, and multimedia authoring tools.

Learning Outcomes

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Markets and Career

  • Graphic Designer: Graphic designers create visual concepts, using computer software or by hand, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers. They work on a wide range of projects, including branding, advertising, print and digital media, and user interface design. Multimedia Developer: Multimedia developers design and create interactive multimedia products and applications. They combine different media elements, such as text, graphics, audio, video, and animation, to develop engaging user experiences for e-learning, presentations, websites, and interactive installations. Game Developer: Game developers design and develop video games for various platforms, including consoles, computers, and mobile devices. They work on aspects such as game design, programming, 3D modeling, animation, and user interface design to create immersive and entertaining gaming experiences. Visual Effects Artist: Visual effects artists work in the film, television, and gaming industries to create realistic and captivating visual effects. They use computer software to create or enhance visual elements, such as special effects, 3D animations, and compositing, to integrate them seamlessly into live-action footage. User Experience (UX) Designer: UX designers focus on enhancing the user experience of digital products and applications. They conduct research, create wireframes and prototypes, and collaborate with developers and designers to ensure intuitive and user-friendly interfaces. Virtual Reality (VR) Developer: VR developers design and develop virtual reality experiences using computer graphics and interactive technologies. They create immersive environments and interactive simulations for various purposes, including gaming, training, education, and virtual tours. Web Designer: Web designers create visually appealing and functional websites. They combine design principles, user experience considerations, and coding skills to develop attractive and responsive web interfaces. Motion Graphics Designer: Motion graphics designers specialize in creating animated and moving visual elements for film, television, advertising, and online media. They use computer software to design and animate graphics, titles, and visual effects. 3D Modeler/Animator: 3D modelers and animators create three-dimensional models and animations for films, games, architectural visualization, and product design. They use specialized software to create realistic and visually appealing 3D content. Interactive Media Designer: Interactive media designers develop interactive installations, exhibits, and experiences for museums, galleries, events, and public spaces. They combine multimedia elements with interactive technologies to engage and entertain audiences.

Admission Requirements

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Tests & Prerequisites

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Computer graphics and multimedia study is a field that focuses on the creation, manipulation, and representation of visual content using computer technology. It combines elements of computer science, art, and design to develop and enhance visual communication..

Code Title Prequisites
CCS1101 Introduction to computing none
CIS1000 Introduction to information systems none
UNR1302 Fundamentals of business none
EBA1203 Calculus 1 none or (EBA0201 for science students)
EBA1110 Physics none
UNR1403 Academic English none
UNRXXXX University Req. Elective none
EBA0201 Precalculus none
GLA0001 Remedial English none
Code Title Prequisites
UNR2101 Communication and Presentation Skills UNR1403
UNR1407 Academic Writing UNR1403
EBA1204 Calculus 2 EBA1203
EBAXXXX Science Elective none
CCS1001 Discrete structures CCS1101
CCS1302 Problem solving and programming CCS1101
CNC1401 Entrepreneurship skills 10 CR. or more
Code Title Prequisites
CCS2102 Digital Logic Design CCS1101
CCS2303 Object-Oriented Programming CCS1302
BA204 Linear Algebra EBA1204
CIS2101 Database Systems CCS1302
CCS2201 Introduction to Networks CCS1302

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