Multimedia Concentration

Programme Code: MMP                                    Level: Undergraduate                                        Duration: 4 years

Technology has changed the way we communicate with each other, within groups and in society as a whole. And it will only continue to evolve. UCB is focused on how to combine graphic art, multi-media communication and computer programming to create interactive media to communicate with an audience.

Multimedia concentration provides up-to-date technology, small classes in computer labs, and student-faculty interactions for productive student-centered learning. It emphasizes advanced hands-on practice and an in-depth understanding of the latest skills, technologies, and concepts used in multimedia. Students engage in project-based learning and use type, images, and sequential art for animation, web, video, audio, interactive media and digital arts.

Concentration Requirement – Multimedia

Compulsory – 39 credits

Electives – 12 credits

Code

Title

Cr

Pre-Req

Code

Title

Cr

Pre-Req

MMP102

History of Digital Media

3

-

MMP306

New Media Technologies

3

-

MMP203

User Interface and Web Design I

3

-

MMP313

Multimedia Production

3

-

MMP205

3D Design &Visualization

3

-

GRD131

Basic Drawing

 

-

MMP206

Kinetic Typography

3

-

GRD133

Illustration

3

GRD131

MMP208

Digital Audio

3

 

GRD441

Professional Practice

3

-

MMP211

Introduction to Creative and Art Direction

3

-

 

 

 

 

MMP308

Visual Effects Studio

3

-

 

 

 

 

MMP309

Video Production

4

-

 

 

 

 

MMP310

3D Composing & Animation

3

MMP205

 

 

 

 

MMP311

User Interface and Web Design II

3

MMP203

 

 

 

 

MMP406

Multimedia Studio A

4

MMP309

 

 

 

 

MMP409

Multimedia Studio B (Final Project)

4

MMP406

 

 

 

 

 

Free Electives – 6 credits

Selection of 2 courses according to the student’s study plan

Department Information

"The Role of 5G in IOT" webinar

The webinar “The Role of 5G in IOT” will be held on 1st of March from 12 pm to 1pm Bahrain time. The speaker will be Dr Bilel Jamoussi- Chief of the Study Groups Department at the International Telecommunication Union Standardization Bureau in Geneva Switzerland. The webinar will explain how the ITU is bringing together governments, industry, international organizations and academia to develop consensus based international standards for 5G and IoT, and in particular, how this work is shaping smart cities. The webinar will also explore how 5G will support IoT applications across various industry sectors.