The Cox Review of Creativity in Business (2005), commissioned by the UK government, cites design as “what links creativity and innovation, it shapes ideas to become practical and attractive propositions for users or customers”.
What will you study?
By the end of the course, you will be equipped with the leading-edge knowledge and practical skills needed to succeed in this area of the creative economy.
Will this course suit me? 2
Whatever your current job within the creative industries, no matter how much experience you have or what size of organisation you work for, Kingston’s Creative Industries programme is designed to suit you. We will provide you with the creative, leadership, entrepreneurship and management skills to succeed within the creative industries.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. We teach the course via a learning agreement – read more in the Learning agreement framework3 section.
In Part 1 of your course, you will study with students from across all the Creative Industries programmes. In Part 2 of your course, you will study alongside fellow students who have opted to work towards the same specialist discipline.
Part 1: core modules
-The Creative Economy4
-Managing Creativity and Innovation5
-Contemporary Issues in the Creative Economy7
Part 2: specialist modules
-Spatial Design: Process8
-Spatial Design: Focus9
Part 3: personal project (choose one)