Diploma in Digital Design & Web Development
Tasman International Academies
Multimedia Computing Science
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Applicants must be of 18 years of age and have a Diploma in IT. Domestic Applicants
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and have met New Zealand University Entrance requirements. In addition, applicants should have successfully completed a National or New Zealand Diploma in Computing or Information Technology at Level 5 or its equivalent.
(c) 2017 TIA Revised Full Consultation Snapshot Diploma in Digital Design & Web Development (Level
7) (120 Credits)
Applicants whose first language is not English must show competency in English equivalent to IELTS 6.0 across all bands or TOEFL 550 or equivalent AND
Successfully completed a Diploma in Computing or Information Technology at Level 5 or its equivalent or a Non-Computing or Non-Information Technology Degree or equivalent subject to an entry test.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
This programme is designed to provide students with programming skills to design and develop web and mobile applications.
The programme aims to equip students to apply research skills, creative and logical thinking skills as well as professional design skills to create and present original graphic designs, web applications and motion graphic compositions through a range of multimedia tools. The programme also focuses on building interactive, data-driven websites, developing rich internet web applications, managing back-end database, developing mobile applications, interactive and responsive web applications and motion media designs.
This programme is targeted for those who need to develop advanced technical knowledge in digital design, web development and mobile applications.
For those who are already working as a designer, the programme will enable them to improve web development and mobile application skills.
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