This program aims to prepare qualified graduates for jobs requiring excellent multimedia and digital production skills. Many companies and institutions need talented individuals for multimedia production in marketing, training, awareness, counseling, media, and entertainment. Thus, educational and training institutions require digital displays for educational content.

This specialization, which grants a bachelor’s degree, has been introduced with a study plan of 134 credit hours distributed on theoretical and practical fields. The program was built on similar ground to American universities with international ABET accreditation.

Admission Requirements and Criteria of Acceptance

Passing the General Secondary Examination (Tawjihi), or its equivalent, with an average of at least  65%.


Credit hours required for obtaining the degree in this program:

Total Free Major Requirements (79)  Faculty Requirements  University Requirements 
134 6 Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective Compulsory 
6 73 0 22 3 24

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): Upon the completion of this specialization, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Produce multimedia content (audio, video, animations, and 3D images).
  2. Create digital content for education and training.
  3. Generate media content for advertising, marketing, TV and electronic advertisements.
  4. Develop electronic games, including educational and entertainment ones.
  5. Contribute to film production and animation.
  6. Manage and develop e-learning.
  7. Design computer-based educational scenarios and create contemporary educational programs.
  8. Acquire skills in using various computer applications.
  9. Design websites and use different programming languages.
  10. Work in teams and apply problem-solving, critical thinking, innovation, and life skills.
  11. Pursue further studies in multimedia and digital production fields with the ability to conduct scientific research.

Potential Workplace: Graduates can work in/for:

  • Institutions of education.
  • Higher education institutions.
  • Training centers.
  • Film and artistic production companies and advertising companies.
  • Television and satellite stations and radio stations.
  • News sites, publishing houses, newspapers, printing, and packaging.
  • Companies specialized in multimedia and graphic design.
  • Advertising, public relations, and digital marketing companies.
  • Animation and mobile gaming companies.
  • Companies developing medical imaging devices.
  • Media centers, information, and data departments in large institutions, ministries, and companies.

Potential Job Titles:

  • Designer and producer of educational and electronic content and curricula.
  • Designer for print, audio, and visual media in various media institutions.
  • Manager of web pages and websites, including e-commerce and e-government sites.
  • Produce interactive digital content for training, awareness, guidance, and entertainment, including content for people with special needs.
  • School teachers dealing with e-learning requirements at schools.
  • Technician and supervisor of multimedia labs.