The Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Design is a 4-year undergraduate curriculum that develops the knowledge and skills that provide students with qualifications to establish careers in a wide range of public and private sector industries, both in Bahrain and abroad. The possibilities include acquiring professional positions in media, advertising, business marketing and public relations, information technology, film, television, entertainment and video gaming, and online, interactive training networks, to name just a few.
The Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Design gives students the opportunity to specialize in mass communication, production, or advertising. Each degree option develops a solid base of multimedia skills and knowledge, encompassing interface design, 2-D animation, video production, introductory software development, Web-based design, and digital audio, and hands-on experience with real-world multimedia production. Majors in a chosen field of specialization, selecting from subject areas such as film and television, journalism, communication, and advertising further enhance this knowledge.
All students pursuing the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Multimedia Design must complete a minimum of 125 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.
English requirements (9 credits)
Arab Heritage requirements (6 credits)
Mathematics requirements (6 credits) - Choose two courses
Science requirements (8 credits) - Choose two courses
Social science requirements (9 credits)
Core requirements (51 credits)
Major requirements (18 credits)
Major electives (9 credits)
Students pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts in Multimedia Design must complete a minimum of nine elective credits in design (DSGN) coursework offered at or above the 200-level and which are not considered courses within the major requirements. 9 credits must be earned in the area of art/design history, theory and criticism (as a part of common body of knowledge).
Professional Electives (9 credits)
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Design must complete a minimum of 9 elective credits. Elective credits can be earned via any courses offered at or above the 100-level. (Choose 3 courses) Each of the following courses bear 3 credit units: