The HND Creative Media Production (Motion Graphics) course offers students a project-based learning experience with a key focus on practical assignments.
The course is structured around industry focused assignments and has a mixture of both team-based projects and solo projects with the end goal of creating an exciting and rich portfolio to take to professional interviews upon graduation. The course will focus on animation and compositing techniques that can be applied across a wide range of disciplines such as films and video games.
The course offers the opportunity to collaborate with other students across the Creative Media Production department, meaning that students can work together with Visual Effects, Games Development and Sound Media students on group projects to simulate an industry focused pipeline.
All our creative media workshops and classrooms are equipped with top of the range industry standard equipment, allowing students to work on super-fast PC’s with RTX graphics cards, double monitor setup and a range of other hardware such as VR equipment drawing tablets and 4K televisions so you can follow lectures in crisp and clear detail. The Creative Media department also has access to a state-of-the-art render farm and our own private network meaning downloads are super-fast and software updates are instantaneous meaning you are never behind with the software available to you.
- Course Level
HND Creative Media Production (Motion Graphics) Level 4 Units:
Unit 1: Individual Project
Unit 2: Creative Media Industries
Unit 3: Professional Practice
Unit 16: Motion Graphics Practices
Unit 17: Visual Effects and Motion Graphics Cultures
Unit 18: Typography
Unit 27: Storyboarding
Unit 30: Principles of Animation
HND Creative Media Production (Motion Graphics) Level 5 Units:
Unit 36: Collaborative Project
Unit 37: Personal Professional Development
Unit 42: Advanced Motion Graphics Studies
Unit 47: Emerging Technologies
Unit 55: Project Management
Unit 61: Advanced Animation
Unit 74: Asset Capture and Management
All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time
• Practical Projects
• Research Essays
64 UCAS Points or relevant experience in the subject area e.g., Work Experience