Our Multimedia Science and Technology Bachelor Degree Programme is a three-year interclass (L-31 and L-20) Degree Programme based at the Pordenone location. It provides a sound foundation of training both in computer science and technological aspects and in humanistic and social ones. On average, students succeed in finding employment within 5 months of gaining their Degree.

The training programme focuses on study of the technologies, tools and methods that characterise the multimedia and communication sectors, but is structured in such a way as to equip graduates with a solid theoretical foundation in order to prepare them either to enter the world of work or to continue their studies through a master degree or first-level master (master di primo livello).

What will I study?

The Bachelor Degree Programme provides innovative technological knowledge that includes particularly current multidisciplinary areas sought-after by the job market in the multimedia sector, such as:

  • web 2.0
  • semantic web
  • creative computing
  • interactive audio-video technologies
  • sociology of digital media
  • communication psychology
  • applied statistics
  • web analytics methodologies
  • website accessibility and usability
  • sound and music computing

What happens after graduation?

The Multimedia Science and Technology Degree Programme offers graduates significant prospects for entry into the job market in the areas of multimedia applications, electronic publishing, the world of television and cinema, public administration, audiovisual and multimedia archives, computerised land management and the new internet technologies.

The Multimedia Science and Technology Bachelor Degree Programme also prepares graduates to continue their studies through the Information and Publishing Systems (LM-19 class) and Computer Science (LM-18 class) master degrees. To enable students to test out the notions studied in practical terms, the Degree Programme features a large number of laboratory activities and also involves internships with companies as an integral part of the training programme.

Multimedia Science and Technology graduates possess knowledge appropriate for undertaking professional careers in various areas, such as:

  • publishing and electronic/multimedia production
  • audiovisual and multimedia archives
  • digital communication and new web and multimedia technologies
  • the world of radio, television and cinema
  • training and public administration
  • advanced services (advertising, marketing, etc.)

The versatile training that distinguishes our Multimedia Science and Technology graduates is also valued by small and medium-sized enterprises seeking adaptability, a flexible approach and multidisciplinary skills. The Programme prepares students for the professions of:

  • technician specialising in applications
  • web technician
  • network and computerised system operator
  • television and radio broadcasting technician
  • audio/video equipment and video/film recording technician
  • sound engineer
  • sound/video/film editor
  • advertising technician
  • technician specialising in organisation of radio, television, film and theatre production

Employment data one year after graduation

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