Creative E-Media & Games Design - Level 3

South Worcestershire College
Online

Price on request
Want to speak to an Advisor about this course?

Important information

Typology Course
Methodology Online
  • Course
  • Online
Description

The course is designed to accommodate students with some knowledge although previous experience is not vital. This course would suit people who are interested in the more creative side of computers. Available at: Evesham campus

Length: 2 YEAR COURSE. The course is designed to accommodate students with some knowledge although previous experience is not vital. This course would suit people who are interested in the more creative side of computers.

What you'll learn on the course

IT
Media
Design

Course programme

What qualifications do I need?

You will need a broad education and preferably five GCSEs grade A* - C (one of which should be in an academic subject - preferably English) or a Level 2 qualification at mainly Merit level. All applicants will need to have a successful interview.

What’s involved?

You will study a range of subjects including:

  • Digital Graphics
  • Game Design
  • 2D and 3D Game engines
  • Web Development
  • 2D Animation
  • 3D Modelling

You will also study the mandatory academic study programme.

You will go on a series of trips which currently include: Alton Towers, for which we had to create a poster, T-Shirt design and a ride sign; Rome to film video footage for a TV advert and a variety of other trips to take photographs.  

How will I be studying?

Students will use a range of study techniques ranging from formal taught sessions, through online tutorials and workshops to self directed study. The course uses online resources for both learning and assessment purposes. There is an emphasis on independence of thought and students are encouraged to explore their ideas and independently develop technical skills.

Where can I move on to after this course?

The Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production qualification can lead directly into employment in the media industry but also allows progression to a variety of university courses such as web development, game development, graphic design and marketing. Employment opportunities include junior web developers, graphic designers and trainee marketing personnel.

 


Students that were interested in this course also looked at...
See all