Why study this degree?

Why choose this degree?

  • Our Degree in Digital Interaction and Computing Techniques* will let your creativity pop, and train you to become a multimedia product design professional, as well as preparing you to create interactive digital content that can provide a great user experience.

 

  • The degree is based on four blocks: multimedia product designelectrical engineeringprogramming and multimedia production. These four blocks will provide you with the knowledge you need in mobile and web app development and programming, diverse digital content and special effects.

 

  • You will undertake practical sessions in unique laboratoriesMedialab: this is the largest Real Time Motion Capture (MoCAp) laboratory in southern Europe, with 24 high-performance VICON infrared cameras; Userlab: the most important Usability and User-Centred Design laboratory in Europe, as well as Eye Tracking equipment. iMacs Laboratory: allows the development of Apple apps in iOS environments;Configurable rooms: allow group work with our original Learning by challenge methodology. Mediadome: A creative laboratory where you will be able to work with a diverse range of peripherals that you can use to really let your imagination take flight. Here you will work in multidisciplinary teams, fostering innovative creation and technologically viable ideas.

 

  • The multimedia sector is well consolidated, and highly globalised. Companies and studios that are linked to this field, such as animation, audiovisual production and post-production or virtual worlds, are in high demand in the market.

 

*Starting 2019-2020. This degree title is currently in the process of being verified in accordance with RD 1393/2007 of October 2007, modified by RD 861/2010 of 2 July 2010.

What do they prepare you for?

As a graduate in Digital Interaction and Computing Techniques* from La Salle, you will be qualified to: create multimedia products in real and virtualenvironments, applicable to any device; use software and hardware tools and then create new tools to meet the demands of the marketplace. You will also have the opportunity to create electronic elements such as drones.

With the knowledge you will attain with this degree, you will be able to design and create both physical and virtual electronic elements, based on aesthetic, technical and functional criteria; create 2D and 3D animations, while mastering lighting; production and editing of audio, image and video; capturing body movement in pre-production processes, among many other essential skills.

 

Career opportunities:

1) Linked to Design: Installation designer; Interaction designer; User experience consultant; Interface designer; Multimedia scriptwriter.

2) Linked to Art: 3D Object Creator; VFX Creator; SFX Creator; Photo and Video Illuminator; Camera Operator.

3) Linked to Programming: Web programmer; Peripheral programmer; Interaction developer; Audiovisual programmer; Device programmer.

4) Linked to Transformation: Interactive installations technician; Mapping technician; Peripheral technician; Electric vehicles technician; Electronic components assembly technician.

Access requirements

Access requirements

You can gain admittance to this Bachelor’s Degree:

• From High School if you have passed the University Access Exam. (PAU for the name in Spanish)
• From a Superior Level Training Cycle. (CFGS for the name in Spanish)
• If you have started a Bachelor’s Degree and you want to continue studying it at La Salle (expedient transfer): if you have studied a degree that is not official in Spain, you must validate at least 30 credits, or obtain the equivalence on your academic credentials and do the University Access Exam (PAU) at the UNED, or accredit your studies by the UNED if you come from the EHEA.
• If you are in possession of a university degree.
• If you have done the University Access Exam for 25 years olds or for 45 years olds.
• If you are a student from the European Union or from any country that has an international agreement that may apply to this situation: you have to fulfill the academic requirements to access to University that the educative system of the country you are studying in demands and accredit the University Access Exam (PAU) at la UNED (www.uned.es).
• Those bachelor's students with partial or finished studies from a foreign university, must bring a certificate from the university in their country which indicates that their degree is official in that country.

Program

YEAR 1 

SEMESTER 1 

Programming fundamentals (6)

Databases (6)

User experience I (6)

Multimedia script (6)

Graphic design (6)

Thought and creativity I (2 )

 

SEMESTER 2 

Algebra and logic for programming (6)

User experience II (4)

Applied alectronics (6)

3D modeling and creation (6)

Photography (6)

Thought and creativity I (2)

 

YEAR 2

SEMESTER 1

Objected oriented programming (6)

Design of facilities (5)

Animation (6)

Image effects (5)

Audiovisual effects I (6)

Thoght and creativity II (2)

 

SEMESTER 2

Development in web environments (6)

Development in mobile devices I (6)

Audiovisual production (6)

Interactive installations (6)

Thought and creativity II (2)

 

YEAR 3

SEMESTER 1 

Entrepreneurship and innovation (3)

Multimedia projects (6)

Home automation and robotics (6)

Thought and creativity III (3)

 

SEMESTER 2

Final Thesis (12)

Externship (6)

Thought and creativity III (3)

 

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

SEMESTER 1                                          SEMESTER 2

Externship II (6)                                  Advanced algorithmics (6)

Departmental collaboration I (6)           Virtualization and cloud (6)

Depertmental collaboration II (6)          Database management systems (6)

Local area networks (6)                        Architectures and internet protocols (6)

Business and technology (4)                 Development support tools (6)

Career and technology (4)

Development of online services (6)

Software methodology (6)

Operating systems (6)

Operating systems managment (6)

Digital marketing (6)

Information systems (6)

Development in mobile devices II (6)

Graphic programming (6)

Data structures (6)

Agile methodologies (6)

Specialization in architectures and internet protocols (6)

User experience II (6)

Interface design (6)

Automatic system behavior (6)

Lighting (6)

Electric vehicle (6)

 

Scholarships

1 out of 4 students get a scholarship. Scholarships range from 20% to 70% of the total amount of tuition fee. We evaluate your academic record and personal background, in order to advise you about your best scholarship options.

  • Scholarships La Salle: from 20% to 50%.
  • Academic Excellence Scholarship: up to 70%.
  • Academic Record Scholarship: up to 65%.
  • Mobility Scholarship: up to 30%.
  • La Salle Schools Scholarship: 20%.
  • Scholarship IB: from 50% to 70%.

Admission

At La Salle Campus Barcelona you are not just a number. We select our students taking several facts into account: your self-motivation, your talent and, of course, your academic record too. To study your bachelor degree at La Salle Campus Barcelona you must follow the steps below:

1.- Sign up. We’ll contact you to tell you how to start your Admission Application.

2.- We will ask for the documents below:

  • Photocopy of your National Identity Card (if you are a EU citizen) or your passport (applicants from non EU countries)
  • A digital photography
  • A Motivation Letter, written in the language you would study your bachelor degree in
  • Your Academic Record

3.- You will take an entrance test. Unlike Spanish Public Universities entrance exams, ours is a specific test assessing your ability to success in the University Degree you chose.

4.- You might undergo a face to face interview if needed.

5.- Acceptance: we will contact you in up to 15 days after receiving all the requested documents.

6.- Scholarships: At La Salle Campus Barcelona people go first, that’s why we offer our own scholarship program. 1 out of 4 students get a scholarship. At La Salle, YOU CAN!

7.- Enrollment.

Methodology: Face-to-face
Where: Barcelona
When do I Start?: September
Time Span: 3 Year(s)
Credits: 180

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Why study this degree?

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Why choose this degree?

  • Our Degree in Digital Interaction and Computing Techniques* will let your creativity pop, and train you to become a multimedia product design professional, as well as preparing you to create interactive digital content that can provide a great user experience.

 

  • The degree is based on four blocks: multimedia product designelectrical engineeringprogramming and multimedia production. These four blocks will provide you with the knowledge you need in mobile and web app development and programming, diverse digital content and special effects.

 

  • You will undertake practical sessions in unique laboratoriesMedialab: this is the largest Real Time Motion Capture (MoCAp) laboratory in southern Europe, with 24 high-performance VICON infrared cameras; Userlab: the most important Usability and User-Centred Design laboratory in Europe, as well as Eye Tracking equipment. iMacs Laboratory: allows the development of Apple apps in iOS environments;Configurable rooms: allow group work with our original Learning by challenge methodology. Mediadome: A creative laboratory where you will be able to work with a diverse range of peripherals that you can use to really let your imagination take flight. Here you will work in multidisciplinary teams, fostering innovative creation and technologically viable ideas.

 

  • The multimedia sector is well consolidated, and highly globalised. Companies and studios that are linked to this field, such as animation, audiovisual production and post-production or virtual worlds, are in high demand in the market.

 

*Starting 2019-2020. This degree title is currently in the process of being verified in accordance with RD 1393/2007 of October 2007, modified by RD 861/2010 of 2 July 2010.

What do they prepare you for?

As a graduate in Digital Interaction and Computing Techniques* from La Salle, you will be qualified to: create multimedia products in real and virtualenvironments, applicable to any device; use software and hardware tools and then create new tools to meet the demands of the marketplace. You will also have the opportunity to create electronic elements such as drones.

With the knowledge you will attain with this degree, you will be able to design and create both physical and virtual electronic elements, based on aesthetic, technical and functional criteria; create 2D and 3D animations, while mastering lighting; production and editing of audio, image and video; capturing body movement in pre-production processes, among many other essential skills.

 

Career opportunities:

1) Linked to Design: Installation designer; Interaction designer; User experience consultant; Interface designer; Multimedia scriptwriter.

2) Linked to Art: 3D Object Creator; VFX Creator; SFX Creator; Photo and Video Illuminator; Camera Operator.

3) Linked to Programming: Web programmer; Peripheral programmer; Interaction developer; Audiovisual programmer; Device programmer.

4) Linked to Transformation: Interactive installations technician; Mapping technician; Peripheral technician; Electric vehicles technician; Electronic components assembly technician.

Access requirements

Access requirements

You can gain admittance to this Bachelor’s Degree:

• From High School if you have passed the University Access Exam. (PAU for the name in Spanish)
• From a Superior Level Training Cycle. (CFGS for the name in Spanish)
• If you have started a Bachelor’s Degree and you want to continue studying it at La Salle (expedient transfer): if you have studied a degree that is not official in Spain, you must validate at least 30 credits, or obtain the equivalence on your academic credentials and do the University Access Exam (PAU) at the UNED, or accredit your studies by the UNED if you come from the EHEA.
• If you are in possession of a university degree.
• If you have done the University Access Exam for 25 years olds or for 45 years olds.
• If you are a student from the European Union or from any country that has an international agreement that may apply to this situation: you have to fulfill the academic requirements to access to University that the educative system of the country you are studying in demands and accredit the University Access Exam (PAU) at la UNED (www.uned.es).
• Those bachelor's students with partial or finished studies from a foreign university, must bring a certificate from the university in their country which indicates that their degree is official in that country.

Program

YEAR 1 

SEMESTER 1 

Programming fundamentals (6)

Databases (6)

User experience I (6)

Multimedia script (6)

Graphic design (6)

Thought and creativity I (2 )

 

SEMESTER 2 

Algebra and logic for programming (6)

User experience II (4)

Applied alectronics (6)

3D modeling and creation (6)

Photography (6)

Thought and creativity I (2)

 

YEAR 2

SEMESTER 1

Objected oriented programming (6)

Design of facilities (5)

Animation (6)

Image effects (5)

Audiovisual effects I (6)

Thoght and creativity II (2)

 

SEMESTER 2

Development in web environments (6)

Development in mobile devices I (6)

Audiovisual production (6)

Interactive installations (6)

Thought and creativity II (2)

 

YEAR 3

SEMESTER 1 

Entrepreneurship and innovation (3)

Multimedia projects (6)

Home automation and robotics (6)

Thought and creativity III (3)

 

SEMESTER 2

Final Thesis (12)

Externship (6)

Thought and creativity III (3)

 

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

SEMESTER 1                                          SEMESTER 2

Externship II (6)                                  Advanced algorithmics (6)

Departmental collaboration I (6)           Virtualization and cloud (6)

Depertmental collaboration II (6)          Database management systems (6)

Local area networks (6)                        Architectures and internet protocols (6)

Business and technology (4)                 Development support tools (6)

Career and technology (4)

Development of online services (6)

Software methodology (6)

Operating systems (6)

Operating systems managment (6)

Digital marketing (6)

Information systems (6)

Development in mobile devices II (6)

Graphic programming (6)

Data structures (6)

Agile methodologies (6)

Specialization in architectures and internet protocols (6)

User experience II (6)

Interface design (6)

Automatic system behavior (6)

Lighting (6)

Electric vehicle (6)

 

Scholarships

1 out of 4 students get a scholarship. Scholarships range from 20% to 70% of the total amount of tuition fee. We evaluate your academic record and personal background, in order to advise you about your best scholarship options.

  • Scholarships La Salle: from 20% to 50%.
  • Academic Excellence Scholarship: up to 70%.
  • Academic Record Scholarship: up to 65%.
  • Mobility Scholarship: up to 30%.
  • La Salle Schools Scholarship: 20%.
  • Scholarship IB: from 50% to 70%.

Admission

At La Salle Campus Barcelona you are not just a number. We select our students taking several facts into account: your self-motivation, your talent and, of course, your academic record too. To study your bachelor degree at La Salle Campus Barcelona you must follow the steps below:

1.- Sign up. We’ll contact you to tell you how to start your Admission Application.

2.- We will ask for the documents below:

  • Photocopy of your National Identity Card (if you are a EU citizen) or your passport (applicants from non EU countries)
  • A digital photography
  • A Motivation Letter, written in the language you would study your bachelor degree in
  • Your Academic Record

3.- You will take an entrance test. Unlike Spanish Public Universities entrance exams, ours is a specific test assessing your ability to success in the University Degree you chose.

4.- You might undergo a face to face interview if needed.

5.- Acceptance: we will contact you in up to 15 days after receiving all the requested documents.

6.- Scholarships: At La Salle Campus Barcelona people go first, that’s why we offer our own scholarship program. 1 out of 4 students get a scholarship. At La Salle, YOU CAN!

7.- Enrollment.

Methodology: Face-to-face
Where: Barcelona
When do I Start?: September
Cuánto dura: 3 Year(s)
Credits: 180

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