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Milton Keynes College

HND Art Practice

UCAS Code: W11N

Higher National Diploma - HND

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2020

Highlights Include
Discover your specialism in painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, graphic design, contextual studies, photography and video
Access to industry experts and live clients through established partnerships
Dedicated work studio space available
Hands on Level 5 academic qualification
Build an innovative portfolio of work ready to gain employment

What does this course cover?
Professional Development
Contextual Studies
Techniques and Processes
Individual Project
Communication in Art and Design
Media Practices
Material Practices
Art and Craft Productions
After successful completion of the HND, students will be offered the opportunity to continue their study and apply for a BA at a local University or progress into full time / part time employment.

Who is this course for?
This course is for those who want to further their career as a Artist or Designer. This course offers a strong sector-related emphasis on your specialism and its refinement alongside the development of requisite knowledge and understanding of the subject and its relation to the creative arts industry. Possible sectors that can offer employment with this qualification:
Artist / Designer (Freelance)
Curation and Art/ Museum invigilation
Art Therapy
Interior Design
Business Start-ups
Art & Design Teaching
Graphic Designer & Illustrators.

Modules

Professional Development
Contextual Studies
Techniques and Processes
Individual Project
Communication in Art and Design
Media Practices
Material Practices
Art and Craft Productions

Assessment methods

How will I be assessed?
Students are continually assessed throughout the course through set project work and tutorials, structured feedback and critical appraisal. You will be graded for the units covered for each project which provides you with a continuing log of progress.

How will my progress be monitored?
Student progress is monitored through regular one-to-one tutorials and assessment of project work. You will also have a Personal Tutor who will support you with your studies

The Uni


Course location:

Chaffron Way

Department:

Creative and Performing Arts

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