Higher National Diploma in Digital Arts & Technology

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Higher National Diploma in Digital Arts & Technology LocationCranford Avenue Course Overview Apply Now The course follows the P e a r s o n H N D / H N C D i p l o m a i n Interactive Media (QCF) (wh i c h wi l l b e t h e t i t l e o f t h e f i n a l a wa r d g i v e n t o s t u d e n t s o n t h i s course ) . This is a qualification with a minimum of 240 credits of which 80 are mandatory core. The BTEC Level 5 HND programme must contain a minimum of 125 credits at level 5 or above. This two year programme of study provides a powerful mix of theory and practice for the digital artists of the future. You will learn a wide range of technical skills and apply them in projects including digital design, 3D animation, digital video, interactive audio and the code that pulls it all together. This programme will train you to use technology to express ideas to an audience. This course is ideally suited to two kinds of students: Post-Technical: These will be mainly ICT students who want to follow a more creative path so that they can enter the world of design, app building, 3D modelling, games design or digital art. It is likely that these students will be more focused on the creative industries such as advertising. A good example of interactive advertising is this: http://www.bestadsontv.com/ad/75551/Durex-Support-An-official-Safe-Sex-Emoji Post-Creative: These will be mainly art students who want to express themselves with digital tools instead of following the traditional route of painting, drawing or sculpting. A good example of this kind of digital art installation is this: http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/iris-by-hybe

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Subjects

  • Art
  • Design
  • Art design
  • 3d training
  • 3D
  • Media
  • C++
  • Advertising
  • Finance
  • Skills and Training
  • IT
  • Technology

Course programme

Applicants should normally be at least 18 years of age. Applications are welcomed from candidates with a subject-specific Level 3 course such as a National Subsidiary/Diploma/Extended Diploma, A Level, Access to Higher Education Course, or a work-based course, such as NVQ 3 or Advanced Apprenticeship with 120 UCAS points achieved. Applications are invited from a wide range of backgrounds including mature students who hold relevant work experience and/or qualifications, and/or learning through experience. International applicants will be required to have an IELTS score of 6 achieved within the last two years to apply for this course. Applicants will normally be invited for interview. Course Content The proposed units for Year 1 of the course are:  Visual Communication in Art and Design  Ideas Generation and Development in Art and Design  Contextual and Cultural Referencing in Art and Design  Professional Practice in Art and Design  Sound Production & Editing using Interactive Media  Computer Programming Principles  Audio-Visual Techniques in Interactive Media  2D 3D and Time Based Digital Applications Please not these may be subject to change. How will I be assessed? Assessment for this course will be through coursework. Much of the study will require work outside of formal classes, so self-motivation and good time management skills are essential. As a guideline you are advised that a 15-credit unit approximates to a learning time of 150 hours. Progression Depending on the entry requirements of individual universities successful completion of the course will enable you to apply to top up to a range of degree level courses in related subject areas. There are currently on-going negotiations with a partner university to agree a designated top up. Further details will be available shortly. Fees The course fees for all students for this course will be £5250 per annum for 2016/17. Details of the student finance available for all higher education students can be found on the student finance website www.gov.uk/student-finance. For information and advice on course fees please contact Roz Osborne at email or telephone 01305 764733. Additional course costs include £5 refundable HE Centre pass and a £24 College parking permit if applicable *Note – All costs may be subject to change and may vary dependent on place of purchase.

Higher National Diploma in Digital Arts & Technology

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