Study year 2

Master's Programme, Interactive Media Technology, 120 credits (TIMTM), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2017

The following courses are part of study year two.

The course application codes and study periods are valid for the academic year 2018/2019. For other academic years, different application codes and study periods may apply.

General

Specialisations

The student must follow one of the following courses:

DH2670, Haptic, Tangible and Embodied Interaction 7.5 hp

MF2023 Industrial Design, 6 hp

MF2031 Advanced Prototyping 6.0 hp (not given autumn term 2018)

MF2092 Rapid Prototyping 3.0 credits

Conditionally elective courses (at least one of the courses must be taken):

DH2408 Evaluation Methods in Human-Computer Interaction 6.0 hp
DM2500 Telepresence Production 7.5 hp

Conditionally elective courses (at least 15 credits must be taken)

DT2119 Speech and Speaker Recognition 7.5 cr.
DT2140 Multimodal Interaction and Interfaces 7.5 cr.
DT2212 Music Acoustics 7.5 cr.
DT2213 Musical Communication and Music Technology 7.5 cr.
DT2215 Advanced Individual Course in Music Communication 6 cr.
DT2216 Advanced Individual Course in Music Communication 7,5 cr.
DT2217 Advanced Individual Course in Music Communication 9 cr.

All conditionally elective courses and recommended courses are shown in both year 1 and year 2 regardless which period the courses are given in and if it is possible to follow the course. We do this so it is easier to see which courses that are given in the programme/track.

Conditionally elective courses (at least 15 hp must be taken)

DD2257 Visualization 7.5 hp
DD2470 Advanced topics in visualization and computer graphics, 6 hp
DH2321 Information Visualization 6,0 hp
DH2323 Computer Graphics and Interaction 6,0 hp
DH2413 Advanced Graphics and Interaction 9.0 hp
DH2650 Computer Game Design 6 hp
DM2582 Media Lab, 7,5 hp
EQ2330 Image and Video Processing, 7,5 hp

Recommended courses:
DM2500 Telepresence production, 7,5 hp
DT2140 Multimodal Interaction and Interfaces 7.5 hp
DH2408 Evaluation Methods in Human-Computer Interaction 6.0 hp