University of Portsmouth
Course subject to approval: courses marked as subject to approval are working through an approval process and applications are still welcome for these courses. In most cases, courses marked as subject to approval are approved, but there is a small possibility that this may not be granted. University of Portsmouth will keep you informed should this be the case. This course develops skills in computer animation, computer games technology, film and television, or music technology. It is driven by the design and application of the latest hardware, software and techniques to produce creative and innovative media artefacts. These could be focused on industry-related developments but equally you could test an idea or propose a new idea to address novel research problems. MSc Creative Technologies is centred on a bespoke project chosen by you. This allows you to define the focus of your work and gain the hands-on experience of designing, creating and managing your media development or research programme. You will be equipped with the technical, academic and professional skills required to pursue a career in your chosen industry. Your project will lead to an exit award of either: MSc Computer Animation MSc Computer Games Technology MSc Film and Television MSc Music Technology
Promoting careful planning, implementation and reflection on subject-related issues, this course will encourage you to build on your previous creative and technical expertise. You will have the opportunity to research, design and develop a major artefact, prototype or study. In addition to one-to-one academic guidance from two project supervisors, the lifecycle of your project is also supported by self-directed taught units that take a project from start to finish: Context and Definition: Identifying the background, scope and context of your project, and formulating a project plan. Professional, Academic and Research Development: Identifying your own strengths, areas for development and refined career goals. Project Design and Development: Shaping the project as it comes together and responding proactively to development issues. Project Evaluation and Resolution: Acting upon feedback from the project to refine the outcome, before reflecting upon and evaluating your success.
This course encourages individual exploration and research along with opportunities to demonstrate this knowledge within your specialist area of interest. Particular emphasis is placed on your ability to define, implement, evaluate and reflect on subject related issues. Formal assessment will include written materials, such as project proposals, research or development papers and reflective reports. This, along with completed artefacts, will form the assessment. In addition, presentations during the programme will allow the development of your ability to contextually justify your work.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Full-time||September 2018||-||1 Years|
|MSc||Part-time||September 2018||-||2 Years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Main Site||PO1 2UP||South East|
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