History of CMDT (creative media and digital technology)
Evolved from the former Digital Media program which was first accredited by the Office of the Higher Education Commission in 2011, the Creative Media and Digital Technologies program has been redesigned to better align with Thailand 4.0, the government’s ambitious strategy to pivot the country towards the digital economy. The program has been accredited by the Office of the Higher Education Commission and welcomed its first class of students in 2020. The module-based concept introduced in the program allows non-students who are currently in the job market to learn the digital skills required for their current roles or even new professions in the fast-paced digital revolution. Apart from providing students with practical skills in digital arts, active learning and work-integrated learning (WIL) are also introduced to ensure that students are well prepared for their careers in the digital creative industries.
At CMDT, you will have access to our multimedia services and facilities, including photography and sound recording studios, as well as multimedia computer laboratories, to support a wide range of digital media production. In addition to the labs and studio spaces, our private meeting room and student lounge area are ideal for self-learning, group discussion and relaxing between classes.
Three laboratory rooms are equipped with high-performance PCs and iMacs for on-site learning and student projects
Where you can relax or just study in a more comfortable setting. It has also been used for a variety of other purposes such as student activities
Provide hands-on learning in digital photography with professional equipment and multi-function lighting setups
Where you craft your creativity and explore the visual aesthetic and basic elements of art in drawing and other art-related classes
Offer private meeting space for you to discuss, present, or exchange ideas with your friends
A variety of equipment, including pen tablets, cameras, lenses, and lighting accessories are available to support students’ project-related activities