Interactive Media

Would you like to work with web, app and game development? Are you interested in interactive software where the focus is on the user and the graphics? And do you love interactive tables, smart watches and AR/VR equipment? Then Interactive Media is for you.

About the specialisation in Interactive Media 

  • We are surrounded by interactive media today - websites, mobile applications, games and similar software that have the user and graphic elements at their core.

    As a software engineer specialising in interactive media, you will develop software that focuses on user interfaces and high-level languages. You will work across platforms and hardware so as to be able to publish applications for web, mobile, desktop, AR/VR hardware and interactive tables.

    The specialisation’s subjects include:

    GMD – Game Development

    In Game Development, you gain the knowledge, skills and competencies to develop games and interactive experiences using the Unity game engine.

    SWA – Single-Page Web Apps

    In Single-Page Web Apps, you will learn how to implement single-page web applications using different technologies and patterns.

    DIM – Digital Multimedia

    Digital Multimedia introduces you to the basic principles of each media type—text, graphics, audio, animation and video—that describes their digitisation and the problems that arise when media is combined.

    .NET Development – Internet Technologies, C# and .NET

    This subject teaches you how to understand and implement the basic concepts of the programming languages C# and .NET development platform.

    MIX – Mixed Reality 

    In Mixed Reality, you learn about the theory behind Augmented and Virtual Reality and you gain hands-on experience developing applications for both media.

    AND – Android Development

    This subject teaches you how to develop mobile applications, focusing on architecture, principles and best practice in professional app development.


    Specialisation at Campus Horsens

    The specialisation in Interactive Media takes place at Campus Horsens in an international study environment. The campus offers many facilities, such as a career centre, library, sports hall, associations and canteen. Read more about Campus Horsens.

  • A specialisation in Interactive Media enables you to work, for example, as a: 

    • Software Developer
    • Game Developer
    • .NET developing
    • Frontend developer
    • Full stack developer
    • Unity developer
  • You are eligible for the specialisation in Interactive media if you are a student of the software engineering programme at VIA in Horsens and have completed the first 5 semesters. See the Software Engineering admission requirements.

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