Interactive Media Production (Part-time studies)School of Information and Communications Technology Advanced Certificate
This program is also available on campus. For more information visit the program page.
This program is being replaced with our new Interactive Design and Technology program, but it is still available to graduates of the New Media Communications certificate program.
Interactive Media Production is an advanced certificate program. It provides the skills needed to be proficient in developing content using rich media tools.
Building on the skills you developed in the New Media Communications Certificate Program (in Prince Albert and Regina), you will learn how to build sophisticated media in a standalone configuration and integrated with server-side processes.
You will learn how to script in Flash, develop interactive CD-ROMs, author DVDs and develop material using content management systems and electronic learning environments. A research course will provide you with an opportunity to explore emerging technologies (such as wireless delivery to cell phones and PDAs).
- Part-time studies - the courses are offered regularly throughout the academic year
- Full-time studies - it is possible to complete all the courses in an academic year
Individuals who plan to take at least one more of the advanced certificates in this area (shown below), in addition to Interactive Media Production, may wish to consider applying directly to the New Media Communications diploma program.
Courses currently offered through part-time studiesAudio Post Production and Effects (DGTL-200CE)
Media Codecs and Formats (DGTL-201CE)
User Interface Design (DSGN-202CE)
Introduction to Compositing (MULT-202CE)
Introduction to DVD Authoring (MULT-203CE)
Interactive Authoring 2 (MULT-204CE)
Customizing Content Management Systems (MULT-205CE)
Advanced DVD Authoring (MULT-206CE)
Alternate Delivery Platforms (MULT-207CE)
Emerging Interactive Technologies (MULT-208CE)
Introduction to Learning Management Systems (MULT-209CE)
Interactive Media Project (PROJ-202CE)