MA Computer Animation

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  • Objectives
    You'll gain a deeper understanding of film language theory, evaluate contemporary professional practice, and enhance your skills in screenwriting, animation drawing and digital image manipulation. We emphasise a team approach to encourage sharing skills and ideas, emulating specific roles in industry.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements The normal entry requirement is an honours degree, first or second class, in a creative discipline with significant computer animation experience. Equivalent qualifications may also be considered - for example, applicants who have appropriate professional experience. All applicants are expected to submit a portfolio of their creative work with their application.
  • Academic title
    MA Computer Animation
  • Course description
    This course develops your personal and professional creative skills using digital time-based media.

    Course structure
    You can choose to concentrate on a particular field of animation such as 3-D character animation, post-production or other fields. A project-driven programme of learning is used, with support from industry practitioners, which allows you to develop a portfolio of work in your chosen specialism.

    You'll be well positioned for specialist fields of computer animation within film, TV or games industries.

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    Modules on the MA Computer Animation

    Core modules
    -Animation Group Project
    -Collaborative Working and Enterprise
    -Computer Animation Contextual Studies
    -Creative Portfolio Development
    -Research Paradigms
    -Project and Dissertation

    Optional modules
    -Usually Studio Practice
    -but exceptionally Computer Animation Production

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