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East Riding College

Contemporary Media Design and Production

UCAS Code: P310

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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80
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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2020

The communications revolution has already taken place; as a result we are all members of a global digital community where high-level technological literacy is set to become the norm, providing exciting new workplaces and challenges as new channels emerge at an extraordinary pace.

We aim to prepare you for these exciting and sometimes unpredictable environments by aiding the development of your professional awareness, intellectual skills and practical abilities, while nurturing your imagination and creativity.

Emphasis will be placed on practical production and design, while assessments will be presented in the context of a professional workplace; balancing the need to develop technically with the knowledge and understanding required to function in a competitive market.

East Riding College continually forges and develops relationships with employers to assist in providing quality work experience opportunities and live work-based assignments for our students.

Modules

Modules: Year One:Digital Technologies, Decoding the Digital Society, Animation Techniques and Principles, Digital Video Production, Digital Image Production. Year Two: Professional Development, Work Based Practice, Audience, Audio for Contemporary Media, 3D Motion Graphics. Year Three: Independent Study, Professional Production, Live Conference and Exhibition, Web Based Portfolio. Optional Units: Games Art and Design or Digital Design for Contemporary Media, Interactive Media Production or Web Games Production, 3D Visual Effects or 3D Pre-Visualisation. Assessment is based on a mixture of assessment methods including: individual practical work, essays, reports, seminar presentations, pitches, webcasts, exhibitions and group work. An independent study module will be undertaken in the final year, including a dissertation. This programme comprises a mixture of practical workshops, lectures, seminars, independent learning and work-based assessment.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,995
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Northern Ireland
£6,995
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Scotland
£6,995
per year
Wales
£6,995
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Beverley Campus

Department:

Art, Design and Media

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