Creative Media modules enable you to develop expertise in areas of visual communication and digital design including video, photography, motion graphics, visual effects and web content.
As well as developing your creative work and digital 'skills', you will be introduced to the creative industries and the multitude of professions and careers associated with them. Many of your projects will respond to 'live' briefs set in collaboration with industry professionals. With their own, impressive experience as creatives, your lecturers, too, are expertly placed to share with you their inside knowledge of professional work.
Graphic Design supports your development as a graphic designer with the flexibility to work in today's contexts. Your creative ideas and approaches will grow alongside your use of computer technology and your critical understanding of design and visual theory.
You will develop your team working skills and your understanding of how to respond to professional briefs, building your knowledge and experience of the current market. There are plenty of opportunities to work on 'live briefs' set by real clients from a variety of contexts, including businesses, museums, local authorities and charities. You will be encouraged to develop work for entry into competitions and increasingly to follow your own interests, whether those involve a passion for typography or print. Throughout, you will be introduced to the multitude of professional possibilities that are open to graphic designers, and there are plenty of opportunities to visit design studios and meet industry clients.
For more information about teaching, learning and assessment on this course, please see the single honours course pages for Creative Media and Graphic Design.
For comprehensive details on the aims and intended learning outcomes of the course, and the means by which these are achieved through learning, teaching and assessment, please download the latest Creative Media programme specification and Graphic Design programme specification.