Delivered in the newly-renovated Carrolls building on the DKIT campus with industry standard Creative Media facilities, see https://www.dkit.ie/creative-media/resources-facilities for a video of these facilities), this course will allow participants to develop new key foundation skills in 3D design and implementation that are required to begin a career in the Games sector.
Undertaking a Postgraduate research degree at Dundalk Institute of Technology can be a rewarding experience both in terms of your professional and personnel development. It can give you that cutting edge that is required in the competitive world.
If you enjoy working as part of a research team whilst possessing the ability to learn independently, problem solve and critically evaluate your work, then perhaps undertaking a postgraduate research degree at DkIT is your best option.
This four-year honours degree programme aims to produce graduates who have strong creative and technical design skills in Multimedia Web Applications Development.
Graduates will be multi-disciplinary.
Graduates from this degree programme will be able to generate creative content for interactive media. They will be able to design and develop sophisticated, database driven, interactive applications for the web and other media.
The School of Informatics and Creative Arts has a diverse range of single, inter and multi-disciplinary courses on offer in the areas of computing, creative media and technologies as well as music.
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The Executive Board created an IT Strategy Committee (ITSC) early in 2013. This followed the adoption of the Institute's strategic plan and its requirement that an IT strategy be developed as one of the core thematic strategies. The ITSC's task was to develop this strategy for the period until 2016.
The committee completed an IT strategy document having distributed the draft documentation to All Staff on 14-Nov-2013 for commentary early in December 2013 (6-Dec).
The final document was presented and approved by the Execuive Board for approval on 31-January-2014.
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Academic management, administration and support staff of the School of Informatics and Creative Arts.
Fáilte chuig Scoil na Faisnéisíochta agus na nEalaíon Cruthaitheacha.
The Institute was one of the original network of Regional Technical Colleges set up in the 1970s with an emphasis on business, engineering and science. Over the past decade and a half, the Institute has expanded its range of programmes to include hospitality, humanities, music, creative arts and nursing. Apprenticeship courses have been run at the Institute since it was opened and the courses continue to include the electrical, motor, plumbing and carpentry areas.
Welcome to the School of Informatics and Creative Arts! If you are technically oriented and/or have a strong creative or artistic streak then we most likely have a course to interest and suit you. The Department of Computing & Mathematics is one of the longest established departments in the Institute, while the Department of Music & Creative Media is one of the newest. We have brought these different areas together under the one umbrella with a view to producing new, exciting and innovative courses suitable for the economic and social needs of the 21st century.