Thirty graduates of Interactive Multimedia hope to make a difference in the industry. This year’s graduates have already found placements at the Royal Ontario Museum and a variety of multimedia agencies. A group of grads have also completed a series of games for the Canadian Football League.
“We keep in close contact with graduates of Interactive Multimedia” explains Andrew Smyk, Professor, “and found that over 90% of last year’s grads have jobs in their field including multiple positions at CHUM New Media; positions at Dunendain, who have done work for the Lord of the Rings; Trapeze Media – Canada’s cool media company for example; and some have started their own companies.”
“It is important to realize that there are highly skilled and sought-after positions in the new media field that require the current skills that industry recognizes are found in Sheridan graduates.” states Lenore Edmunds, Associate Dean. “Students also have the experience of live client projects throughout the year”.
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The Sheridan one year post-grad Interactive Multimedia program provides courses in Web and Disc authoring and design using primarily Macromedia and Adobe software. They combine programming and design to make Web applications and tools; games and puzzles; artistic and experimental work; and simulations for education and entertainment. Graduates can do everything from audio visual and motion graphics to database communications and multi-user applications.
Applications will be accepted until the end of the summer. Successful applicants are accepted on a first come first serve basis. Please contact email@example.com or visit http://imm.sheridanc.on.ca for information on how to apply to this exciting Program in this ever-changing field.