The programme provides a specialist, professionally focused study giving to students the opportunity to explore the dynamic interdisciplinary field of digital art and design. It has a strong studio aspect integrated with studies in history, theory and technology.
Students may engage in a range of elective courses including curatorial, photography and interactive design studies, interdisciplinary studios, and placements associated with art and design research projects.
Through a sequence of high calibre practical and theoretical units, they will develop professional skills in creative digital art and design practice. Moreover, they will extend their learning and deepen their understanding of visual language concepts and systems within a digital environment.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
- Art: Museums, galleries, digital art applications at the public and/or private sector.
- Commerce: New media project management, the IT industry, communication technology, web design, social media, interactive media production, digital photography and visualisation, electronic publishing, games, advertising agencies, digital design, advertising and info companies, museums, galleries.
- Education: Teach in IT and design industry companies, at high schools and universities at the public and/or private sector.