A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an academic degree that combines general coursework with specialized classes that prepare students with the knowledge and skills to begin a career. A degree can be earned in a variety of subjects and takes an average of four years to complete.
Skilled design professionals are needed in many organizations to tool custom solutions for common problems. Because the design field encompasses a broad variety of environments and applications, specialists are needed in small business, large corporations, education, non-profits, and government.
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This ground-breaking course features online design studios, social networking, and inspiring study materials, and each module has a significant practical component. [+]
Design and innovation have a huge impact on society well beyond the creative industries – finding solutions to problems that affect every aspect of our lives. This ground-breaking course features online design studios, social networking, and inspiring study materials, and each module has a significant practical component.
Alongside design and innovation, you will study a complementary second subject – choosing from arts, business, engineering or environment – to gain knowledge and skills that will be useful in a wide range of careers.Key features of the course Focus on the process of design, working with and for others, and applying design and innovation in real-world contexts Put your learning into practice as you study Build a highly relevant portfolio of design work Course details ... [-]
Tribeca Flashpoint’s Bachelor’s in Digital Media, Digital Art Major, can prepare you to meet the growing demand for digital artists with the contemporary modeling, animation, motion graphics, and special effects skills that are breathing life into virtually all of today’s media. [+]
Animation, modeling, and visual effects have become truly pervasive in today’s world—giving artists more opportunities than ever before to turn their skills and passions into realistic, fruitful careers in a vast range of industries. Once limited primarily to working on cartoons and action movies, today’s animators and visual effects professionals create characters and virtual environments for video games and mobile apps. They produce motion graphics for news media and television commercials. They develop 3D models of architecture projects, landscape plans, package designs, furniture pieces, and automobile prototypes. They produce animated simulations of crime scenes, for use in court proceedings. The list goes on and on, and there is no denying that the digital age has spurred an exciting renaissance of careers for artists.... [-]
You will develop practical skills and academic understanding of the processes of design and innovation, with particular regard to computer-based technology. The design modules introduce ideas relating to user-centred design; sustainable design; and the design process. [+]
This is one of several subject combinations available in our BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and a second subject (Q67). You will develop practical skills and academic understanding of the processes of design and innovation, with particular regard to computer-based technology.
The design modules introduce ideas relating to user-centred design; sustainable design; and the design process. These complement the skills and knowledge developed in the computing modules, which you can focus on computer science, digital technologies, networking, software development or web development. With these skills, you will be ready to contribute to the design of the digital electronic devices of the future.... [-]