Industry professionals recognize Sheridan as the best interactive multimedia college in Canada.
Prepare for your career
In the Interactive Media Management program, you'll learn to create, manage and develop web and mobile content, leveraging a curriculum in usability, interactivity, front-end coding, social media, user experience (UX) and emerging mobile technologies in an interdisciplinary, inter-professional collaborative learning environment.
The most up-to-date new media skills
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
- Physical computing and augmented reality
- Immersive experiences and installations
- Visual communication and visualization work
- Games and puzzles
Build environments from the ground up
Note: This program was formerly named Interactive Multimedia.
Creative innovation and problem solving typify all interactive multimedia courses at Sheridan.
Students acquire valuable experience by working in small, collaborative groups using agile development to manage a complete project through all phases — needs analysis, problem solving, rapid prototyping, user experience design and development.
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.
Successful graduates may find employment with multimedia and web development companies; advertising agencies and new media companies; corporate environments (including creative, technical, marketing and training divisions); the increasingly important freelance market; education and government agencies; installation projects and the entertainment industry.
Sample employers include:
- Shaw Communications
- IBM Interactive
- Leo Burnett
- Blast Radius
- Critical Mass
- McCann Canada
Stitch Media and Jam3 are industry regarded and award-winning media companies whose founders and principals are graduates of Sheridan's Interactive Media Management (formerly Interactive Multimedia) program.
Interactive Media Management program courses are held at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville, Ontario.
Ontario College Graduate Certificate
- 1 yr (2 semesters)
- Program code: PINME
Column one has the Start date, second the Locations and third the Availability Start date Locations Availability Sep 2017 Trafalgar Road Campus (Oakville) Closed