Multimedia computing sub-specialization is one of the three sub-specializations of the professional graduate study program in applied computer engineering. Through its compulsory courses, the study program covers the field of e-business and offers acquisition of basic competences at graduate level, while through elective courses of this sub-specialization, students are able to specialize in design and modeling of 3 D digital content, computer multimedia, web content development and engineering aspects of audio and video production.

From the perspective of students, the study program is comprised of 18 courses, of which 8 compulsory and 10 elective courses, that are largely predetermined by the choice of a particular sub-specialization. Elective courses related to this sub-specialization belong to two groups with one course of the first group being taught in each of the first three semesters, while two courses of the second group are taught in the first two semesters and three courses in the third semester. Elective courses are determined by the particular sub-specialization and students are typically offered to acquire necessary knowledge and skills for specialization in a particular narrow area through groups of three logically continued courses (from the first to the third semester).

Students enroll in the next year of study in the summer semester, and enrolment in the winter semester of the same year is performed automatically. The obligations of students for each particular course are determined by the teacher in charge of the course and announced before the beginning of classes within the digital student service system.

COURSES

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Sociology of Information Society
  • Information Services Management
  • 3D Modeling and Texturing
  • Professional Multimedia Systems and Protocols
  • Sales Communication
  • E-business
  • Future of IT Infrastructure Development
  • 3D Animation and Cameras
  • Final Sound and Image Processing
  • Conflict Handling and Negotiations
  • Design, Finances, and Management of Development Projects
  • Social Media Web Content Development
  • 3D Lightning and Rendering
  • Motion Graphics and Visual Effects
  • GRADUATE WORK
  • Managing Quality of IT Projects
  • Introduction to Music Production
  • Ergonomics and Design of Software Solutions
  • Management of Innovation
  • Computer Games Development
  • Business Intelligence – Competitive Analysis

JOBS FOR WHICH STUDENTS ARE QUALIFIED

The list of jobs for which students are qualified is defined through the analysis of employers’ needs for particular positions advertised in this field. In doing so, it is especially taken into account which positions employers are looking for at a particular level of education. In addition, since the study program is structured through a relatively large number of elective courses that are related to a particular sub-specialization, specific knowledge, and certain jobs will be available in accordance with the elective courses students have attended and passed.

A) Positions

Positions for which students who completed the specialist professional graduate study program in applied computer engineering are qualified can be divided into a few general groups due to the fact that the study program and its elective courses enable students to specialize within particular fields. Groups and positions relevant to the multimedia sub-specialization are:

Multimedia engineers

  • IT engineer, specialist in IPTV and professional audio/video systems
  • IT engineer, specialist in digital video and audio mastering
  • IT engineer, specialist in digital video and audio distribution
  • Engineer for development of 3D models, visualization, and animation

Other IT experts

  • Manager of IT projects
  • IT engineer for implementation of e-business systems
  • IT engineer, specialist in business solutions sales
  • IT engineer for implementation of business decision making support systems

All graduates of this study program will acquire a good base in the field of e-business and business IT systems as well as additional knowledge in accordance with courses they attended and passed.

B) Jobs for multimedia sub-specialization

  • planning and development of internet applications based on 2.0 web technology and social networks,
  • understanding and application of sales and marketing methods and their application in the field of social networks and internet marketing,
  • implementation of multimedia applicative solutions on mobile platforms with the emphasis on the understanding of business and sociological aspects of mobile “ecosystems”,
  • planning and implementation of e-business techniques on web projects,
  • knowledge of ergonomics of software solutions and development of user-adapted applications,
  • planning, implementation, and maintenance of professional systems for audio and video production and distribution,
  • digital audio and video editing and post-production,
  • development of computer 3 D models, animation, and rendering,
  • project management or participation in application development projects with thorough knowledge of methodology,
  • preparation of complete documentation for IT development projects,
  • understanding of market operations, management and business organization at the level of department
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