Multimedia Production (Bachelor)
The bachelor's programme Multimedia Production (MMP) is accredited and has been offered since the winter semester 1998/1999.
Bachelor of Arts (B. A.)
full-time, physical attendance
Regular study period
Credit points (LP)
Practical study term
no, in the 7th semester a project in the company
German or English (determined by the examiners)
yes, see NC-values
Study abroad possible
yes, very much supported
An overwiew of the curriculum for the bachelor's degree in Multimedia Production can be found here: curriculum for MMP.
"Do something with media" - means acquiring knowledge from many different areas and linking it again and again.
Working creatively and imaginatively, staying up to date, recognising new media trends and at the same time observing technical and economic restrictions are challenges that "Multimedia Producers" face anew every day. The theoretical and practical knowledge for these tasks is taught in the Multimedia Production course at the Kiel University of Applied Sciences. In seven semesters, the degree courses teach the contents of fields such as design, computer science, media theory, media technology, journalism, media science, media economics and media conception.
The knowledge acquired is directly implemented in projects within the media industry or other cooperation partners. Modern media laboratories are available for practical work. The manageable size of the course of study enables each student not only to have a productive working situation, but also to communicate very well with professors and lecturers from the business world.
The spectrum of future career opportunities is as broad and varied as the course itself. Not only in multimedia production companies, but also in the advertising industry as well as in the press and public relations departments of large companies, associations or authorities, "Multimedia Producers" with their diverse, well networked skills are in demand.
This is what you will experience with us:
- creative design of media contents
- practical work
- conceptual development of communication strategies
- introduction to media and communication science fundamentals
- application of scientific methods and working practices
- practical project work in cooperation with companies and organisations
- intercultural competence and the exchange with foreign universities
- concentrated learning atmosphere through small groups and committed supervision by the teaching staff
- goal-oriented teamwork
- individual focus