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Creative Media Production (Game Development)

London College

UCAS Code: 354G | Higher National Certificate - HNC

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Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

The purpose of BTEC Higher National Certificate in Creative Media Production (Game Development) is to develop you as professional, self-reflecting individual able to meet the demands of employers in the creative media business sector and adapt to a constantly changing world.

The objectives of the BTEC Higher National Certificate in Creative Media Production (Game Development) are as follows:
? To equip students with Creative Media Production with the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to achieve high performance in the global creative media production environment.
? To provide education and training for a range of careers in creative media production including sound media, visual effects, motion graphics, web & app development, games development, journalism and film & television.
? To provide insight and understanding into the diversity of roles within Creative Media Production, recognising the importance of collaboration at all levels.
? To provide opportunities for students to enter or progress in employment in creative media production, or progress to higher education qualifications such as an Honours degree in Creative Media Production or a related area.
? To provide opportunities for students to develop the skills, techniques and personal attributes essential for successful working lives.
? To support students to understand the local, regional and global context of creative media production and, for those students with a global outlook, to aspire to international career pathways.

Modules

Individual Project; Creative Media Industries; Game Development Practice; Games in Context; Games Design; Professional Practice; Principles; Art Development.

Assessment methods

You will benefit from an innovative variety of assessment modes. Assessment is mainly via coursework, which can take forms such as traditional essays and reports, group project work, research and consultancy projects, presentations, posters, and design of digital materials.

Tuition fees

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£6,165
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London College

Department:

Creative Media

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