Overview of Field
The Master of Graphic Design & Multimedia prepares students to work in the exciting field of computer design. With the growth in websites, platforms, games and applications in the digital world, there is growing need for trained professionals who understand how to develop user friendly and attractive interfaces.

Structure and Duration of the Degree Program

The Master of Graphic Design & Multimedia is generally designed as a one year degree program for full time students. Many students prefer to complete the program through part time study and thus take longer. The program is focused on practical work and encouraged students to complete a relevant internship and a substantial final project.
Highlights of the coursework
The coursework in the Master of Graphic Design & Multimedia is practical and project-oriented in nature. Students are encouraged to be critical of their own work in improving their designs. Most courses involve a fair amount of theory early on but the efforts culminate in a mini-project. Projects tend to be open-ended and encourage students to be creative.
Admission criteria and graduation requirements
Those with an undergraduate degree in a relevant area like art, design and computer science are encouraged to apply. Graduation requires maintaining a passing grade in all courses including the final project.
Career prospects and average salary
Those with a Master in Graphic Design & Multimedia are well placed for jobs in graphics, game design and animation. Graduates often start at annual salaries of over $50,000.