BSC IT Multimedia and Web Technology

Empowering Minds Towards Technological Excellence

Program Aim

The Bachelor of Science in Multimedia & Web Technology curriculum prepares students for careers in Multimedia, Animation and Web technology. Multimedia is media and content that uses a combination of different content forms such as text, audio, still images, animation, video, and interactivity content forms. Web Technology is the development of a mechanism that allows two or more computer devices to communicate over a network. The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology are hired as Storyboard and Concept Artists, Digital Artist, Visual Effects Supervisor, Animator, Compositor, Character Designer, Digital Effect Animator, Digital Effect Painter and in many further similar jobs. Popular areas of employment for such graduates include the Film Industry, Websites, Radio Stations, Advertising Industry, Colleges and universities, News and Media Industry, Gaming websites, etc. Students equipped with skills in designing and developing web-centric software. Understand the core aspect of smart web technologies.

Program Objective

The student who graduates with a major in multimedia and web technology will be able to:

  • Multimedia: its definitions, characteristics, and properties.
  • Web authoring tools to create web pages.
  • Legal and cultural issues, censorship, and copyright.
  • HTML and Web Standards
  • Web Site Planning and Navigation
  • Web Usability and Accessibility
  • Students will be equipped with creative and technical skills in various domains of Animation, Gaming, VFX and Web technology.

Program Learning Outcomes

The program learning outcomes (PLOs) set out the academic learning, skills, and achievements that the student must reliably demonstrate before graduation.

Upon successful completion of the courses in the Finance program, the graduating students shall demonstrate:

  1. Disciplinary knowledge: Capable of applying the knowledge of mathematics, algorithmic principles and computing fundamentals in the modeling and design of computer-based systems of varying complexity.
  2. Scientific reasoning/ Problem analysis: Ability to critically analyze, categorize, formulate, and solve the problems that emerge in the field of computer science.
  3. Problem solving: Able to provide software solutions for complex scientific and business-related problems or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of software solutions in environmental and societal context and strive for sustainable development.
  5. Modern tool usage: Use contemporary techniques, skills, and tools necessary for integrated solutions.
  6. Demonstrate solid foundation skills and competency in a range of media, techniques, and knowledge of associated processes used in web and mobile development.
  7. Demonstrate currency and proficiency in the digital tools employed in web and mobile design and development.

Program Structure

Year Semester Block code Subjects Credits
Core Courses
Year 1 Semester 1 Block 1 LA2103 Communication Skills 4
Block 2 MG2102 Principles of Management 4
Block 3 IT2101 Fundamentals of Computers 4
Block 4 MA2101 Basic Mathematics 4
Semester 2 Block 5 IT2102 Computer Organization & Architecture 4
Block 6 MG2104 Introduction to Global Culture and Ethics 4
Block 7 IT2103 Problem Solving Using Computers and C Programming 4
Block 8 IT2104 Database Management Systems 4
Year 2 Semester 3 Block 9 IT2201 Introduction to Operating System 4
Block 10 IT2202 Introduction to Database & MYSQL 4
Block 11 IT2203 Installing, Configuring & Administration Windows Server 4
Block 12 IT2204 Introduction to Forensic Tools & Techniques 4
Semester 4 Block 13 IT2205 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming & C++ 4
Block 14 IT2206 Installing & Configuring Wi-Fi Network 4
Block 15 IT2207 Understanding Client-Server Network 4
Block 16 IT2208 Internship 4
Year 3 Semester 5 Block 17 IT3101 Java Programming 4
Block 18 IT3102 Spread Sheet Modelling & Analysis 4
Specialization Courses
Semester 5 Block 19 MW3101 Audio Video Processing 4
Semester 6 Block 20 MW3102 Computer Vision Image Processing 4
Block 21 MW3103 Open Sources Technologies 4
Block 22 MG2208 Research Methodology 4
Year 4 Semester 7 Block 23 MW3104 Advanced Web Programming 4
Block 24 MW3105 Date bases for Web 4
Block 25 MW3106 Open-Source Software Applications 4
Semester 8 Block 26-28 IT3204 Project Work 20
Total Credits 120
BSc IT Multimedia and Web Technology

Mr.Peter Nkhoma
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

“My experience with Texila American University has been really great, it’s a wonderful experience and the lecturers are so friendly and interactive, they are always concerned about the studies of students. Texila American University has a standard education with very latest updated curriculums with concepts applicable to the current world. Latest technologies and wonderful libraries, it was always a wonderful feeling to be a student and to one day be called product of Texila American University.”

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