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Digital design is a creative IT degree programme that targets jobs in the cultural sector. With your choice of supplementary subjects, you can develop a job profile that targets specific sectors, and you therefore end up with a wide range of potential career options when you graduate with a Master’s degree. In other words, your opportunities on completion of your degree largely depend on your choice of Master’s degree programme and supplementary subjects.
- Supplementary subjects and Master’s degree programme at the Institute of Aesthetic Studies: There are a number of aesthetic subjects you can study, including art history, dramaturgy, music, literature or aesthetics and culture in a broad sense. These subjects lead to a wide variety of jobs, especially in the cultural sector, including Internet portals, galleries, graphic design and web communication, etc
- Supplementary subject and Master’s degree in information studies: Your design profile is supplemented by communication and an understanding of organisations, which can lead to a job as an IT project manager, system developer, human resources officer or IT designer, etc.
- Supplementary subject and Master’s degree in media studies: You supplement your degree programme with communication and media theory to develop specific aesthetic and design competences.
- Master’s degree in multimedia: This can be regarded as a continuation of the basic subject in digital design, which builds on and strengthens the knowledge learnt in the basic subject. You also have an opportunity to specialise in audio design.
- Master’s degree in creative industries economy: This degree programme develops theoretical and practical competences in economy and business. The degree programme is a completely new initiative and will commence on 1 September 2007.