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  • BA 3D Computer Animation (The course is practically focused and provides the student with the opportunity to develop a significant digital media portfolio in preparation for working within the creative industry., The BA (Hons) 3D Computer Animation programme is designed to provide graduates with the right mix of practical design skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for a career as a 3D Animator., and 3D Computer Animation will appeal to students who wish to combine their traditional art skills with cutting edge creative technology in 3D animation combined with digital video and motion graphics., 4 Years)
    For a position in Art / Animation

    BA Computer Games (Art & Animation) (The BA (Hons) Computer Games (Art and Animation) programme is designed to provide graduates with the right mix of practical skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for a career as a Game Artist., Game Art will appeal to students who wish to combine their traditional art skills with cutting edge creative technology in 3D art, and animation and motion graphics. The course is practically focused offering continual opportunity for portfolio development., 4 Years)
    For a position in Art / Animation

    BSc Computer Games (Design) (The video games industry continues to grow every year with constant advances made in the field of Video Games Technology., Subsequently, the software is always evolving in order to push the limits of this technology and produce more and more advanced computer gaming experiences for the increasingly sophisticated gamer., The BSc/BSc (Hons) Computer Games programme aims to meet these continuing and development needs of the computer games industry., and The programme is designed to provide graduates with the right mix of skills and knowledge needed to become a Game Designer. Game Design embraces a broad area of concerns encompassing elements of both software development and computer arts. This is reflect, 4 Years)
    For a position in Game Design

    BSc Computer Games (Software Development) (The BSc Computer Games (Software Development) gives students the opportunity to study the creation of computer games software in state-of-the-art facilities. Students will utilise the most up-do-date tools of the industry to learn the many different skill, The programme stream will emphasis the technical programming requirements (including the mathematics and implementation of physical mechanics), but would also share an appreciation of the core elements of Game Design., Your studies will include the creation of 2D and 3D graphics, the incorporation of 3D animation in games, the creation of ‘thinking’ creatures, new product development and professional issues involved in the development of software. This learning is under, Students will develop games for the current game industry platforms such as Xbox 360, and Playstation and Nintendo., 4 Years)
    For a position in Programming / Software Engineering

    BSc Audio Technology with Multimedia (Audio is an everyday part of our lives, be it through listening to music on a portable player, catching up on the latest news and entertainment on the web or experiencing a live show of our favourite artists., The audio industry provides us with the means to use sound to educate, work and entertain. These programmes within the School of Engineering and Computing cover the latest technologies used within the audio industry., This programme has been specifically designed to build upon and broaden the knowledge that you will have gained during your HND. It gives you the opportunity to extend and apply your technical knowledge, and and to analyse the effectiveness of audio technolog, 4 Years)
    For a position in Audio Design

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  • Glasgow Caledonian University is one of the largest universities in Scotland, offering a wide range of learning, research and knowledge transfer opportunities on a national and international basis.

    The School of Engineering & Computing offer innovative, professionally orrientated programmes which focus strongly on relating the students studies to the 'real' world of employment and our programmes are also enriched by our strong commitment to integrate research and knowledge transfer activity into our teaching.