Interactive Multimedia & Design (IMD)

Synopsis at IMD

  • The Interactive Multimedia and Design stream offers classes at both Carleton University and Algonquin College. While studying at Carleton University, students can expect to learn about technical topics such as mathematics, physics, and programming. At Algonquin college, students will learn about the art of design in a more hands-on fashion.
  • This stream covers a varity of skills and topics such as:
    • Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
    • Communication and Buisness skills
    • Illustration, Photography, and Graphic Design
    • Web Development and Video Game Development
    • Skills in C/C++ and Python and more!
    • And numerous other opportunities are available!
  • Gain valuable real-world working experience in the industries related to your studies with the Cooperative Eduction option! For further insights into the BIT Cooperative Eduction option, please visit our dedicated Cooperative page

Admission Requirements

To ascertain the precise prerequisites for program enrollment, we recommend referring to Carleton University's Admissions Page. This valuable resource provides comprehensive information tailored to your specific circumstances, encompassing prerequisite courses, grade cutoff ranges, and the application procedure. Ensure to consult the webpage for accurate and detailed requirements pertinent to your application.

Make sure to set Program of Interest to Information Technology under the Admission Requirements Section


For the IMD admission you must also submit a Portfolio. You can find out more about the portfolio requirements on Carleton's IMD Portfolio Requirements Page
If you have any questions inparticular to the portfolio we have a ton of resources in our Discord as well as our executive team

Quick Links

Below are links to places where you can find important information about the IMD Stream at BIT:

  • Course Path - View a topology of the entire program in a flowchart format
  • Course List - View all the course information broken down by year
  • Course Outlines - View any course outlines from the program
  • Schedule - View a student timetable of the possible course timings you can take (Note: Timings are subject to change)
  • Graduate Studies - Relevant information on advancing to the Graduate Studies for Digital Media