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BA (Hons) Creative Practice: Graphic Design (Topup)
This Graphic Design course is aimed at those students who have previously studied at Foundation Degree level (or equivalent) and now wish to top-up their qualification to a full Bachelor's degree with a further year of study. You will develop your emerging practice and position yourself in your specialist field underpinned by theoretical, critical and contextual understanding of where your practice is positioned in the wider academic, cultural and creative world. You will undertake modules of minor and major practical projects underpinned by critical and contextual theory.
Course: HFHGP1C 
Start Date: 16/09/2019 
Days: TBA 
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Area: Design & Visual Arts 
Campus: Hillsborough Campus  
Category: University Level 
Fd Graphic Design (1)
Validated by Sheffield Hallam University, this highly professional course has an enviable track record for graduate employment in graphic communication design. Over the course of two years this qualification will cover elements such as website design, corporate identity, branding, advertising, professional practice and contextual studies whilst preparing you for a top-up course at university or employment within the sector. You will hone your professional skills by using industry standard technology (Adobe Creative Suite) and undertaking work based learning.
Course: HFHGP1A 
Start Date: 17/09/2019 
Days: TBA 
Level:
Area: Design & Visual Arts 
Campus: Hillsborough Campus  
Category: University Level 
FdA Games Development (1)
This foundation degree has been specially designed for students who wish to pursue a career within the computer games industry, while also developing skills related to other creative sectors. The course is mainly based around the artistic elements of games design, covering concept art, illustration, storyboarding, level design, digital sculpting, 3D computer modelling, texturing, light, rigging and animation. The course provides and insight into the professional practice of games design through practical demonstration, research and theory-based study. Students are encouraged to explore a variety of sources and subjects that influence their development as well as experiencing a range of teaching methods such as formal lectures, team teaching, practical demonstrations and tutorials that further enhance their learning experience.
Course: HFHGD1A 
Start Date: 16/09/2019 
Days: TBA 
Level:
Area: Design & Visual Arts 
Campus: Hillsborough Campus  
Category: University Level