Industry professionals recognize Sheridan as the best interactive multimedia college in Canada. In the Interactive Media Management program (formerly Interactive Multimedia), students learn to create, manage and develop Web and mobile content leveraging a curriculum in usability, interactivity, Web programming, social media, and emerging mobile technologies in an interdisciplinary, inter-professional collaborative learning environment.

Creative innovation and problem solving typify all interactive multimedia courses at Sheridan. You’ll develop superior new media skills in this intensive one-year graduate program, learning to combine graphics, text, animation, audio and video to produce:

  • Web and mobile applications
  • Games and puzzles
  • Rich media
  • Artistic and experimental work
  • Simulations for education and entertainment
  • Interactive television

Build Environments from the Ground Up

Students learn to build interactive multimedia environments from the ground up, using industry best practices for interface design and interactive programming. The curriculum teaches how to use HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, APIs and Actionscript to design and build traditional digital media, mobile web, natural user interfaces (NUI) utilizing emerging technologies of multi touch, gesture capture and mediated reality.

Students acquire valuable experience by working with real-world clients, managing a complete project through all phases—from needs analysis to conceptualization, visual design, prototyping, development, testing and on-time delivery. Past clients have included the Canadian Football League (CFL), Ontario Block Parent, Halton Region Police Services, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, TVOntario and the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

Classes are small and intimate, ensuring plenty of direct student-instructor interaction. There’s no better place to prepare for an interactive media career. Come see why Sheridan is widely recognized as the best.

Interactive Media Management Program courses are held at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville, Ontario.

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