If you’re bursting with creative ideas and want to inject them into a career in media, this degree gives you the skills that will bring your ideas to life.
On this BSc (Hons) Creative Media Technologies degree, you’ll develop the abilities you need to create engaging content across all types of media. You’ll get to know your way around professional software packages and emerge ready to take on ambitious content projects in fields such as web development, content marketing, TV production and animation.
What you'll experience
On this course, you'll:
- Get to grips with the software and packages you’ll use in your creative career, including Photoshop, Illustrator and Avid and Animate
- Learn from experts with bags of experience in the industry
- Enjoy a varied curriculum – you’ll get to create videos, craft animations, code games, build websites and develop mobile and virtual reality (VR) applications
- Use our facilities, packed with the latest tech, including a VR lab, motion capture suite and green screening studio
- Tailor your degree to meet your interests and workplace ambitions
- Build a professional portfolio of your work
- Work on projects with real clients
Careers and opportunities
What can you do with a Creative Media Technologies degree?
You’ll graduate with an understanding of a range of creative digital tools that will open the door to jobs across almost every creative field including:
- web development
- video production
- music production
- TV production
What jobs can you do with a Creative Media Technologies degree?
Roles previous students on this course have taken on include:
- computer games animator
- 3D modeller
- web designer
- graphics artist
- video film-maker
- broadcast journalist
- games developer
- musical technician
Many graduates have also gone on to form their own web design, event management, and video production companies or have built successful freelance careers.
Our Careers and Employability will support you in finding a role or setting up a business. You'll get help and support for up to 5 years after you leave the University.