MA Creative Media Arts: Data and Innovation

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  • Entry requirements
    A good Bachelor Honours degree, 2:1 or above. If English is not your first language you'll need IELTS 6.5 (Academic) or above.
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  • Course description
    The MA Creative Media Arts: Data and Innovation
    is designed to respond directly to your needs as someone with
    the ambition to build a career in one of the growth sectors in the UK:
    the creative and cultural industries. The course delivers a unique
    combination of media art and design methodologies alongside basic
    management and business analytics, to help you build a successful
    career or venture within this dynamic sector. The curriculum has been
    developed in response to important research findings, demonstrating that
    growth in the wider economy is being driven by a creative sector
    founded on a fusion between digital technologies, creative practice and
    the wider arts and humanities. It's what we call the “fusion
    hypothesis”. Drawing extensively on this concept we have developed a
    programme that brings the cultures of art, technology and enterprise
    into new and generative combinations.
    With its emphasis on focused innovation and rapid prototyping the
    course is unusual in combining a critical media arts perspective with a
    deep understanding and engagement with the business-led dynamics of the
    creative industries.
    The course is delivered in the context of Bournemouth University’s
    world renowned Faculty of Media & Communication, known for its
    contacts at the heart of the media industry. The programme has been
    developed and lead by leading practitioners from media art contributing
    business-led research and development insights from the design sector
    aimed at developing advanced enterprise and creative projects. The image
    at the top of this page was taken at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City and
    features work entitled Squidsoup by Liam Birtles, one of the senior
    lecturers on this course, just one example of the international reach
    our team has in this field.
    Studying this Master’s degree is an ideal next step for applicants
    from both creative media and the arts and humanities, including areas
    such as graphic design, visual communications, fine art, performance,
    audio and sound, and theatre and media production, as well as those from
    interdisciplinary non-creative backgrounds, such as computer science,
    geography and engineering, who can demonstrate interest through a
    creative portfolio or other work experience.

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