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Media, Moving Image and Photography

UCAS Code: W6W6

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

Entry requirements


•A minimum of three passes at A-Level or 12-unit Vocational A-Level

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma

MMP

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About this course


Course option

3years

Full-time | 2018

**About this Course:**This course will focus on the key developments within the lens-based industries, from both an historical and technical perspective. You will engage in learning all aspects of current technology associated with both media and photography. The modules will allow you to work on self-generated and client-led briefs, which will challenge you to think creatively and consider the parameters of the set tasks. The course focuses on enabling you to gain work placements and find freelance opportunities whilst giving a realistic insight into the lens-based industries.During the course you will develop your photographic techniques in both traditional and digital practice and image manipulation as well as ideas that embody a range of media formats and skills to create a range of products.**Modules Covered:**Year 1* Digital Foundations* Research TechniquesOptional modules include: Single Camera Techniques, Multi Camera Techniques, Film Studies (Media pathway) Processes and Approaches to Traditional Photography, Processes and Approaches to Digital Photography, Digital Image Manipulation (Photography pathway) Year 2 * Professional Practice * Negotiated Practice * Specialist Practice Investigation Optional modules include: Sound Design Scriptwriting for Moving Image Advanced Production for Moving Image (Media pathway) Photographic Genres and Technologies Introduction to the Artists Book Digital Story Telling (Photography pathway) Year 3* Dissertation* Freelance Practice * Marketing and Branding for Lens-Based Practitioners* Realisation and Development * Planning and Developing an Exhibition **Progression:**- You can progress into employment within the creative industry such as sound design, camera operating, directing or producing.- Further study by progressing onto a Masters degree. **Entry Requirements:**- At minimum of 64 UCAS points from a relevant Level 3 qualification.- A minimum of three passes at A-Level or 12 unit Vacational A-Level or Extended Diploma at Merit, Pass, Pass- Other equivalent qualifications accepted such as GNVQ/NVQ or Level 3 equivalent * GCSE Maths and English at grade C/4 or above or equivalent * You will also be expected to provide a portfolio of your work at an interview If you do not meet these requirements please contact us as we are able to consider applicants with other qualifications, relevant experience or personal circumstances on an individual basis.

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£6,900
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Northern Ireland
£6,900
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Scotland
£6,900
per year
Wales
£6,900
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Rotherham College - Town Centre Campus

Department:

Visual & Performing Arts

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