Visualisation and interactive media technologies cover a wide area of applications from gaming to social media, and virtual reality to interactive cinema.
This major explores the multidisciplinary aspects of visualisation and interactive media technologies, and considers their application to a variety of areas such as media, medicine, architecture, archaeology, education and business.
You will investigate the critical and practical aspects of new technologies, their social and cultural impact on our lives, and the way we work with them now and in the future.
An advantage of studying this major is learning how to present, interact with and interpret information to turn data into knowledge. You will explore emerging forms of media, technology and content creation, while learning business and management skills to apply within this rapidly evolving industry. You will also develop mobile applications, digitally re-create lost cultures and create interactive, digital worlds.
As well as exploring the creative side of interactive visualisation, you will explore trends such as crowdfunding, big data, digital humanities and 3D in content, business and technology contexts.
Visualisation and interactive media is offered as a major or minor within the Bachelor of Arts. You can enhance your studies with a secondary major or choose from a range of elective units to support your career goals.
Entry Requirement: Year 12 equivalent
Course Duration: 3 years