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Top Master of Art Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication in Serbia 2018
One year/60 ECTS, offered in-class only [+]
one year/60 ECTS offered in-class onlyCourses (8 ECTS each): AD426 Interactive Installation and Visual Space Interventions AD441 Film and Video Composing AD521 Programming of Visual Arts Elective AD535 Design of Unique Users Experience AD446 Creativity on Mobile Application MSc Thesis (12 ECTS) Elective Courses (8 ECTS each):
Elective 1: One of the following courses:AD527 3D Modelling and Animation AD531 Video in New Media AD450 Dramaturgy of Short Video and Animated Forms [-]