Multimedia Communication and Information Technology

MASTERʼS DEGREE IN
MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION
AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The Multimedia Communication and Information Technology Master Degree Programme aims to balance appropriate technological skills with humanistic and social ones, in order to fill the gap in the employment market with professionals capable not only of comprehending the technological aspects of the new media and effectively managing their content but also of positioning themselves as managers and innovators in the area of multimedia communication.

What will I study?

The Multimedia Communication and Information Technology Master Degree Programme has the following specific objectives:

  • acquisition of a sound knowledge of information technologies, particularly methodologies and techniques for analysis, design, implementation, evaluation and management of multimedia, mobile and Web systems in their various fields of application (mobile telephony, interactive TV and radio, e-magazines and e-newspapers, 3D virtual worlds, computer-mediated communication tools, etc.);
  • understanding of the social and economic implications inherent in the design of Web and multimedia systems and the effects of their adoption by user communities;
  • acquisition of a high level of expertise, both theoretical and applied, in order to work in design and creative roles in the various areas of multimedia communication
  • possession of detailed knowledge of the digital technologies and production methods of the various sectors of multimedia communication.

Since the 2013/2014 academic year, the Multimedia Communication and Information Technology Master Degree Programme has been awarded the GRIN quality certification mark, issued by the Italian Association of Computer Science University Professors (GRIN) in collaboration with the Italian Association  for Computer Science and Automated Calculation (AICA).

Within the Master Degree Programme, the courses and training activities are structured in such a way as to offer differentiated tracks tailored to specific cultural and professional requirements. The Programme is divided into three alternative tracks:

What happens after graduation?

The objectives of our Multimedia Communication and Information Technology Master Degree are orientated towards equipping students with a high level of scientific expertise in the area of digital technology and innovative communication techniques and with advanced and up-to-date professional knowledge to prepare graduates to enter the world of work.

The study programme aims to develop professional skills permitting critical and mindful entry, in positions of responsibility, into the world of digital communication, computer science, and audiovisual and multimedia systems and technologies, bearing in mind the sector’s cultural dynamics, technological developments and economic and production requirements.

Please visit the Programme Guide to find out more.

Graduate satisfaction figures - AlmaLaurea 2017

Graduates working
One year after graduating 60%
Three years after graduating 95%
Five years after graduating 75%
Graduates not working and not seeking employment
One year after graduating 20%
Three years after graduating 5%
Five years after graduating 25%
Graduates not working and seeking employment
One year after graduating 20%
Three years after graduating 0%
Five years after graduating 0%