What will I learn?

If you enjoy working creatively on the computer, have a keen interest in media, computer games, computer game engines and web animation, and want to learn basic editing and creation techniques, then this course is for you.

Interactive media design, image manipulation, project development, game engines and principles of software desig n and devlopment

What could I progress on to?

You will develop the skills to analyse, design, create, produce and edit still and moving image content for interactive products. You will learn aspects of graphic design, content capture, video editing and special effects, computer game design, web design and animation.


Additional Course Details for 17/18

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  • Course code 16876
    Course name Digital Content for Virtual Reality and Games
    Campus
    Study mode Part-Time
    Days Thursday
    Times 17:30 to 20:30
    16-18 fee £0.00
    Entitlement Waiver £0.00
    Full Cost Fees £200.00
    Start date 04/01/18
    Duration 8 week (s)

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