• Bachelor in Design 4500x1000

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

DIGITAL MEDIA AND DESIGN

CONTENTS OF YOUR PROGRAMME

1st semester

Academic Work and Communication
7.5 ECTS
Webdesign and Portfolio
7.5 ECTS
Interaction Design: Genres and Contexts
7.5 ECTS
Media and Communication Theory
7.5 ECTS

2nd semester

User Studies and Quantitative Methods
7.5 ECTS
Digital Culture and Media
7.5 ECTS
Digital Material and Interactive Artifacts (D)*
15 ECTS
 
Digital Material and Social Media (M)*
15 ECTS

3rd semester

Co-design and Qualitative Methods
15 ECTS
Digital Experience and Aesthetics
7.5 ECTS
Designing Digital Play (D)*
7.5 ECTS
 
Network Society (M)*
7.5 ECTS

4th semester

Concept Development with Industry
15 ECTS
Philosophy of Science
7.5 ECTS
Physical Computing (D)*
7.5 ECTS
 
Locative Media (M)*
7.5 ECTS

5th semester

Qualitative Research Methods and Academic Communication
15 ECTS
Elective
7.5 ECTS
Elective
7.5 ECTS

6th semester

Bachelor Project
15 ECTS
E-business and Entrepreneurship
7.5 ECTS
Sustainable Futures
7.5 ECTS

Above you can see a complete overview of the contents of the 6 semesters of your BSc programme. The contents of your programme might have changed since you enrolled, so remember to choose the correct year of enrollment in the tabs at the top. The content will adjust to the correct curriculum.

Small changes might have been made to some of the modules, without needing a new curriculum. The notes on the right explain such changes and anything else you need to be aware of for specific modules on your programme.

Notes

* In your 2nd, 3rd and 4th semesters you must choose track modules. Courses marked with (M) belong to theMedia and Communication Theory track, courses marked with a (D) belong to the Interaction Design track.

You can choose from the same track or combine courses from the two tracks.

The first two years of the programme has been fased out and is no longer available.

Find the Course descriptions in LearnIT

Consider Studying Abroad?

If you are considering to study abroad, a good idea is to begin like this: 

  • Find out which semester would be your best semester to travel – you can make a Studyplan with the Study and Career Guidance Office to be sure.
  • Look at the partnerships for your programme, or consider if going as a freemover could be a solution for you. If any kind of pre-requisites (average grade, language) are mentioned with a partner or host university, make sure you live up to them before applying.
    For more information go to the Study Abroad section

For more information go to the Study Abroad section

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Ending your studies

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