Bachelor's Degree in Interaction Design in Asia

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A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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Bachelor of Design

Sharda University
Campus Full time July 2017 India Greater Noida

The Foundation year of the undergraduate course is common to all students of design, following which each student chooses one Major and one Minor from the following areas of interest: <ul> <li>Industrial & Product Design</li> <li>Design Communication</li> <li>Digital & Interactive Design</li> <li>Fashion Design</li> <li>Design & Management</li> <li>Habitat Design</li> </ul> [+]

Bachelors in Interaction Design in Asia 2017. The Foundation year of the undergraduate course is common to all students of design, following which each student chooses one Major and one Minor from the following areas of interest: Industrial & Product Design Design Communication Digital & Interactive Design Fashion Design Design & Management Habitat Design The two-tiered Major-Minor structure helps students develop a holistic perspective of the design discipline. The students then graduate as multi-faceted professionals, each with their unique expertise. This is a part of the broader vision of the school, which views the discipline of design as a large interrelated group of various expertise. Areas of Interest Industrial & Product Design Industrial and Product Designers create new products that enable people to live better lives, stimulate business and contribute to upkeep of welfare of communities. Through immersion in materials, fabrication processes, aesthetic consideration, and proactive social engagement, the Industrial & Product Design program cultivates the essential intellectual know-how and technical skills students need to explore the growing roles of a professional product designer. Design Communication The world of Design and Communication involves the use of visual and audio language and culture to translate design into tangible forms that capture people’s imagination and entertain them. The Design Communication program encompasses typography, print design, data mapping, motion, sound, and spatial and environmental graphics, as well as branding, packaging, and advertising. Digital & Interactive Design Digital Designers are involved from designing computer games to tablet platforms, special effects in movies to animation and cartoons and finally to designing the interactions between computers and human beings. Students in the program are encouraged to explore many areas and develop expertise in game design, animation, motion graphics, interaction design, and other creative technologies, which include mobile media and computer art. Students learn to use software like 3DS MAX, Alias, MotionBuilder, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Flash Builder, Maya, and Processing, along with new forms of interface, large-scale multi-touch screens, and physical motion. Fashion Design The students of the Fashion Design concentration are trained to become creative individuals who are able to combine conceptual and technical skills to create a wide variety of goods for this emerging industry from garments to jewelry, from shoes to handbags. Following their Foundation Year, Fashion Design students begin concentrating on the core aspects of their discipline. They study sewing, draping, and patternmaking, as well as drawing and digital design. An emphasis on design concepts complements students' technical skills and provides them with an overview of fashion design markets. Design & Management Design Managers are trained to be proficient in multiple levels of design and business practices, from its idea, innovation, to its project, development, and implementation. The Design & Management program educates students in the entrepreneurial and strategic aspects of design, as well as in design aspects of business. Project-based studio and seminar courses integrate business, design, and liberal arts education, promoting interdisciplinary learning through wide-ranging research and collaborative work. Habitat Design Habitat designers, which include lighting designers, interior designers, furniture designers, etc., ensure that the inhabitant and their habitat is in perfect sync in terms of desire, comfort, affordability, taste and social, ecological and economic sustainability. Habitat Design explores the role of design in shaping people's experiences in everyday urban life, focusing on interactions between people, environments, communication systems, and products. Students work in small groups to develop design concepts for residences, institutions, commercial spaces, or other such spaces. Candidate must be Proficient in English Communication. Career and Placement Opportunities by Areas of Interest Industrial & Product Design Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Industrial & Product Design you could be a: Package Designer, Product Designer, Automobile Designer, Industrial Machines and Tool Designer, Signage Designer, Prop Designer, Exhibition Designer. Graduates from the Industrial & Product Design specialization could look to work with institutions like, TATA Motors, Maruti Suzuki, Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, Honda, Phillips, Samsung, Nokia, Sony, Logitech, Apple, Siemens, Bosch, Whirlpool, Dell, IBM, Google, DMRC, Compaq, HP. Design Communication Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Design Communication you could be a: Movie Art Director, Cinematographer, Graphic Designer, Set Designer, Production and Branding Designer, Print Designer, Design Director. Prospective Employers for Communication Designers could be: Channel[V], Balaji Motion Pictures, Reliance Communications. UTV, STAR, NDTV, CNN, Discovery, ESPN, Google, Yahoo, Wikipedia. Digital & Interactive Design Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Digital & Interactive Design you could be a: Game Designer, Digital Environment Artist, 2D 3D Animator, Visual Effects Director, Web Platform Developer, Web Designers, Creative Director, Visual Effects Cinematographer. Graduates from the Digital & Interactive Design specialization could look to work with institutions like, Google, Pixar, Walt Disney, ILM, Cartoon Network, DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, Blizzard games, Red Storm Entertainment, Apple, Dell, Google, Samsung, Android. Fashion Design Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Fashion Design you could be a: Women’s Apparel Designer, Menswear Designer, Bridalwear Designer, Footwear Designer, Accessory Designer, Luggage Designer, Product Developer, Fashion Retailer. Potential employers of graduates from the Fashion Design specialization could be Anokhi, FabIndia, Zara, Mango, GAP, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Polo, Ralph Lauren, L’Oreal, Biotique, Wills lifestyle, StarTV, UTV, Turner Communications. Design & Management Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Design & Management you could be a: Project Managers, Construction Managers, Real Estate Managers and Valuators, Real Estate Marketing, Design Managers, Design Marketing, Design Manager in Retail, Customer Experience Managers, Product Managers. Potential employers of graduates from the Design Management specialization could be TATA Housing, Jaypee Builders, Omaxe, Ansals, L&T, Amazon, Google, Caterpillar, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Steria, HP, Vodafone, Samsung, Tech Mahindra, Microsoft, Oracle. Habitat Design Once you complete the Bachelors of Design course with a concentration in Habitat Design you could be a: Interior Designer, Healthcare Designers, Sustainable Designers, Exhibition Designers, Corporate Identity Designers, Set Designers, Furniture Designers, Lighting Designers, Packaging Designers, Space Planner, Fixture Designers. Students who choose the Habitat Design specialization could be working for Fortis, Max Healthcare, Cadila, Ansals, TATA Housing, Ansys, DLF, Omaxe, Aviva, Delhi Tourism, INTACH, Armani Interiors, Hallmark Interiors, Scarlet Multimedia, ICreon Design Studio. [-]

Bachelor of Computer Science (Graphics & Multimedia Software)

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 Malaysia Johor Bahru

The technologies of computer graphics, multimedia and animation have pervaded most of the activities of business, communication and education. Consequently, the need for skilled and highly trained workforce is of vital importance. This requirement leads to the introduction of Bachelor of Computer Science specializing in Computer Graphics and Multimedia program. [+]

The technologies of computer graphics, multimedia and animation have pervaded most of the activities of business, communication and education. Consequently, the need for skilled and highly trained workforce is of vital importance. This requirement leads to the introduction of Bachelor of Computer Science specializing in Computer Graphics and Multimedia program. The above mentioned and comprehensive programme provides a thorough treatment in the field of computer graphics, multimedia as well as in simulation and virtual reality. In line with the objective of providing highly trained workforce in computer graphics and multimedia engineers, short courses in various related fields and applications are also offered periodically. Course Duration The program will be conducted full time in 4 years. Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) The programme is designed: To produce graduates who are able to use sound computational principles and techniques in solving real worldproblems across different application areas. To produce graduates who are capable of applying efficient and effective scientific approach and tools in designingand building high quality computer programs. To produce graduates who are able to plan, analyze, design, implement, evaluate, maintain and manage enterprisewide computer graphics and multimedia system with optimized performance and integrity of its applications. To produce graduates who are able to communicate effectively across different range of contexts and audiences. To produce graduates who are able to independently conduct lifelong learning and adapt readily to changing situations. To produce graduates who are able to demonstrate consistent professional ethics with high integrity. Programme Structures and Features, Curriculum and Award Requirements The programme is offered in full-time mode based on a two (2) Semester Academic Year with several courses being delivered and assessed in each semester. Assessment: 30-50% examination, 50-70% course work. YEAR 1 (Semester I) Technology & Information System Discrete Structure Programming Technique I Digital Logic Malaysia Dynamic Arts, Customs & Beliefs of Malaysians(International Students) Islamic & Asian Civilisation (TITAS) Bahasa Melayu untuk Komunikasi (International Students) YEAR 1 (Semester II) Mathematics for Computer Graphics Programming Technique II Network Communications Probability & Statistical Data Analysis Academic English Skills Science, Technology and Human YEAR 2 (Semester I) Database System Analysis and Design Data Structure and Algorithm Computer Organisation and Architecture Human Computer Interaction Advanced Academic English Skills YEAR 2 (Semester II) Web Programming Object Oriented Programming Software Engineering Operating Systems Co-curriculum Elective Courses – Choose 1 (3 Credits) Fundamental of Computer Graphics Database Programming YEAR 3 (Semester I) Theory of Computer Science Innovation & Creativity Subcluster Choose 1 from 2 electives Elective Courses-Choose 4 (13 Credits) Application Development Artificial Intelligence Geometric Modeling Real-time Computer Graphics Netcentric Computing YEAR 3 (Semester II) Graphics and Multimedia Software Project 1 Technopreneurship Seminar Fundamental of Technopreneurship English for Professional Purpose Elective Courses – Choose 3 (9 Credits) Multimedia Data Processing Windows Programming Data Visualisation Fundamental of Image Processing Multimedia Networking YEAR 4 (Semester I) Industrial Training (HW) Industial Training Report YEAR 4 (Semester II) Graphics and Multimedia Software Elective Foreign Language Elective Courses – Choose 3 (9 Credits) Computer Games Development Advanced Computer Graphics Multimedia Web Programming Introduction to Speech Recognition Award requirements: To graduate, students MUST: Achieve a total of 128 credit hours with minimum of CPA of 2.0. Pass industrial training (equivalent to 12 credit hours), which 4 credits will be graded & 8 credits as HW status; Complete the Computer Graphics and Multimedia Project. Career Prospects Graduate of the programme can work as a Analyst/Programmer, System Analyst, System Developer, Computer Graphics and Multimedia Programmer, Project Manager, Multimedia Engineer, Web Developer, Content Creative Creator, Games Programmer, Assistant Project Manager, Academician and Researcher. [-]