Find Part time MA Programs in Computer Arts in London United Kingdom 2019/2020
Computer arts is a growing field of study that is slowly making its mark on the professional world. This program teaches students to work with new technology to create professional works of art suitable for the modern market and prepares them for work with movies, video games and other mediums.
London is the capital of UK, the most populous region and where royal family lives. It has the largest concentration of higher education in Europe with 412 thousand students at 43 universities.
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This programme takes graduates from many disciplines and provides them with the skills to plan, design, build and promote effective websites. It is designed for people wh
The technical aspects of the teaching provide an understanding of the tools, technologies and principles used for the design and development of contemporary websites. This includes the creation of semantically correct markup, the separation of presentation from content (HTML and CSS) and compliance with web standards (W3C).
The functional aspects focus on the creation of websites with good information architecture that are accessible, usable and findable as a result of effective search engine marketing and optimisation (SEM/SEO). Students learn how people use the web, how they navigate web content and how they search for information. The aesthetic aspects of web design are considered in relation to graphic, artistic, typographic and business objectives, including corporate identity and branding....
The programme is designed for visual effects (VFX) professionals with significant experience in their field who want to gain a master's degree that focuses on their curre
We have developed an innovative approach that includes the development of leadership and management within the VFX sector, delivered as a part-time programme of study for working professionals.
Enables established VFX practitioners to gain a master's degree in between one and two years
Centres on real-life projects undertaken in the workplace, allowing employers and individual practitioners to negotiate the specific focus of professional learning
Focuses on the development and enhancement of advanced professional practice both of the individuals undertaking the programmes and in the sector more widely to promote collaborative working
Facilitates the accreditation of (in-house or externally provided) advanced professional training previously or concurrently undertaken so that this learning can count towards the degree
Provides added value to employers in the form of enhanced and innovative outcomes for the work projects being undertaken by their employees both during and after the programme....