Master of Digital Media

General

Program Description

The Master of Digital Media program is an internationally recognized, research-informed, and industry relevant professional master's program.

What is common between a weather app on your phone, a racing game on your console and a state-of-the-art imaging tool in a hospital? All of these are digital media products, and to build them requires teams of digital media professionals.

Digital media is content that is stored in digital formats and usually distributed online. The world we live in today is populated by digital media products, and the shift from traditional media has taken place in many industries, including industries that aren’t typically associated with digital media—such as health, government and education.

Digital media products can be found in:

  • eCommerce
  • Games – console, online and mobile
  • Websites and mobile applications
  • Animation
  • Social media
  • Video
  • Augmented reality
  • Virtual reality
  • Data visualization
  • Location-based services
  • Interactive Storytelling

Digital media can include these industries:

  • Entertainment
  • Technology
  • eCommerce
  • Non-Profit
  • Health
  • Education
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Government
  • Sports
  • Environment
  • Television
  • Publishing

Scholarships

There are many scholarship opportunities available to new and returning students of the Master of Digital Media program. 50% of students received a scholarship or other financial assistance throughout the program in 2018-2019.

Last updated Oct 2019

About the School

The Centre for Digital Media (CDM) is located on Great Northern Way Campus, and houses the Master of Digital Media (MDM) program. CDM is also home to industry studios, and hosts a variety of industry ... Read More

The Centre for Digital Media (CDM) is located on Great Northern Way Campus, and houses the Master of Digital Media (MDM) program. CDM is also home to industry studios, and hosts a variety of industry and professional development events Read less