Bachelor’s degree in
Media Science and Technology

University of Tor Vergata – Rome

 “Cooperation between fandom and broadcasters is possible?”

Thesis Presentation:


  • 2009 – Erasmus LLP Placement scolarship


  • 2008: Students Representative at the Board of the Course Degree


The goal of this Undergraduate program from the department of Mathematics and Computer Science, is to train students to solve matters of communication applying a scientific problem-solving approach.

Upon a strong analytical base of math courses, it also offers communication courses and a great variety of seminars and laboratories to teach the students to develop practical skills immediately useful in the new media market.


  • 3D Modeling and Rendering (with final project work)
  • Cinematographic language theory and techniques
  • Cinema Production with Animation and Special Effects (with final project work)
  • Communication Law and Jurisdiction
  • Computational Mathematics (1 & 2)
  • Corporate Communication
  • DataBases (php&sql programming lab)
  • Digital Images Treatment (Photo-editing) (with Photoshop lab)
  • E-Marketing (with final project work)
  • Fourier Analysis
  • General Physics (1 & 2)
  • Interfaces and Multimodal Systems (with final project work)
  • Objects-oriented Programming (with Java programming lab)
  • Laboratory of Structured Programming (with C programming lab)
  • Linear Algebra
  • Mass Communication 1 & 2 (with final project works)
  • Mathematical Analysis (1, 2 & 3)
  • Networks and distributed Systems
  • New Media theory and techniques (with final project work)
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Numerical methods for Graphics (1 & 2)
  • Operating Systems
  • Photographic language theory and techniques (with final project work)
  • Statistics
  • Video-Editing and Compositing (with final project work)
  • Virtual Reality Design (with final project work)
  • Web Design & On-Line publication 1 (html&css programming lab)
  • Web Design & On-Line publication 2 (Javascript programmingLab)