A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.
Australia education is mainly the responsibility of the government. The government fully funds the public university education while it partially funds the private university education. Australia being an English-spoken country, most of students from countries whose english is the first language often loves studying in this country
Eleven universities largely operate in this city. For instance, the popular University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and Macquarie University are located here.
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Undertake the Bachelor of Games Development at SAE and build your expertise in programming or games design. [+]
The degree provides a thorough grounding in software design and development skills, equivalent to the standard Bachelor of Information Technology. It also... [+]
Bachelor of Information Technology - Games Design and Development
The degree provides a thorough grounding in software design and development skills, equivalent to the standard Bachelor of Information Technology. It also includes specialist units in video games. There are two types of these units:those covering practical applications of IT development skills to game development projects, and those providing a more critical approach to video games as designs and cultural media products.
This combination of technical skills with a critical understanding of video games as media tools is an innovative approach. Graduates of this program will be equipped with the technical knowledge to successfully contribute to games production projects, as well as a deeper understanding of games, enabling them to create truly innovative designs.... [-]
The Bachelor of Interactive Technologies creates graduates who can use technology (both hardware and software) to solve a diverse range of real world problems creatively and efficiently. [+]
Undertake the Bachelor of Animation at SAE and build your expertise in all facets of Animation. Students will develop fundamental skills and knowledge in this exciting industry in areas such as 3D modelling, character animation, rigging, textures, project management, teamwork, lighting, rendering and compositing. [+]
Combine your artistic talents with your love for video games and turn that creative talent into your dream career. [+]
The Bachelor of Games and Virtual Worlds (Programming) is a three year Degree delivered in partnership with Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT). The degree is designed to produce graduates for the simulation, virtual worlds and games industries and provide professional game programmers with the skills and knowledge of a computer science degree contextualised by gaming applications, plus core skills in programming and design. [+]
In the final trimesters of study, students learn a number of sophisticated skills including character rigging, intricate application scripting for games engines and motion capture for real-time games animation and cinematics... [+]
In the final trimesters of study, students learn a number of sophisticated skills including character rigging, intricate application scripting for games engines and motion capture for real-time games animation and cinematics. These skills are geared towards the final project which begins with the formation of teams, the generation of ideas and a thorough work-up of the games design process. In the final trimester of studio development, teams spend time producing their game concept in a process designed to emulate a real-world game production. With lecturers acting as Executive Producers, students incorporate knowledge developed thus far to produce a fully-interactive game world. These worlds may be suited for use as either a prototype of a possible larger production, or a complete smaller-scale independent games project. Finally, students are supported in developing their games art show reels and skills for finding suitable employment as they transition into the professional workplace. What Career will this Course prepare me for?... [-]
Students quickly begin to develop a deeper level of understanding of the processes, design and performance qualities of great animation. Concepts in acting, gesture, 2D and 3D form are also explored from the traditional to the digital... [+]
Students quickly begin to develop a deeper level of understanding of the processes, design and performance qualities of great animation. Concepts in acting, gesture, 2D and 3D form are also explored from the traditional to the digital, and from the roughly conceptual to the polished and professional. Students are also introduced to the visual language of filmmaking and explore the magic of effects and systems such as motion capture, one of the techniques used in some of the most recent blockbuster films. The 3D Animation unit delves deeper into the acting and storytelling aspects of the art. Students are required to develop their own interpretation on assigned themes, bringing their characters to life with emotion and personality. Material developed in class is included in the students’ professional show reel. In the final stage of study, further sophisticated skill areas are explored, including character rigging and motion (or performance) capture. This leads into a final project, which begins with an intensive pre-production subject where students form teams to generate ideas and workshop the design process together. Under the supervision of their lecturers, students go into full studio production mode. They are required to complete and ‘executive produce’ their final team project through the execution of a high quality 3D animated film that may also involve co-operation and collaboration with students from other courses. Finally, students are supported in developing show reels and are provided with techniques for seeking employment and moving into the professional workplace. What Career will this course prepare me for? JMC Academy Students are given extensive and practical exposure to a diverse range of skills, information and related industries to ensure they are able to identify and pursue employment in relevant professional fields. A strong portfolio of work, which the JMC Academy will help you to develop, is an essential part of securing a job in 3D Animation. Animators can find employment in:... [-]
Interactive Media is one of the fastest growing industries both in Australia and internationally. We are immersed in interactive media in an increasing number of aspects of our lives. [+]
Interactive Media is one of the fastest growing industries both in Australia and internationally. We are immersed in interactive media in an increasing number of aspects of our lives. Whether it be film, design, game development animation, app development or online marketing, interactive media is everywhere. Because this industry is advancing so rapidly there is a shortfall of knowledgeable and trained professionals within the field. AIT’s Bachelor of Interactive Media course provides you with the knowledge, skills and abilities to respond to the ongoing changes that this industry will continue to experience. This program provides you with the broad foundation to engage as professional practitioners. AIT’s Bachelor of Interactive Media course covers broad topics of digital media. You may choose to specialise in any of the following areas. - Film - Animation - Game Development - Design... [-]
This course is one of the most established computer animation courses in the UK and was developed after extensive consultation with many of the leading companies in the computer animation [+]
Bachelor of Computer Visualisation and Animation
This course is delivered by the National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA).
This course is one of the most established computer animation courses in the UK and was developed after extensive consultation with many of the leading companies in the computer animation, digital special effects and computer game sectors.The course has a focus on the creative use of computer graphics and animation technology The course content combines elements of traditional art disciplines, such as life drawing and cinematography, with elements taken from the computing and engineering disciplines, such as programming and applied maths Students divide their time equally among computing and moving image studies ... [-]