Passionate about creative technologies? Take your knowledge further, and complete more independent interdisciplinary projects in association with industry partners.
The Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Honours) is designed as the first year of postgraduate study in a variety of emerging interdisciplinary fields. This is your chance to undertake more independent, research-based and interdisciplinary projects in association with industry partners.
At the centre of your study is the research project. This could be a sponsored industry project or part of a research programme, and can include an industry placement or an internship.
You’ll develop your research, problem solving, communication and analytical skills to a professional standard. You’ll be based in the studio with other students, sharing ideas and working on a variety of practical projects.
Develop research skills and a practical understanding of the principles, methodologies and processes for undertaking interdisciplinary research in the creative industries. This paper adopts critical and analytical approaches to cultural, social, philosophical and technological aspects of a research project proposal.
This is undertaken as self-directed study, a sponsored industry project or as part of a research programme. It can include an industry placement or an internship.
You also complete a 15-point paper at level 8 as approved by the programme leader.
Detailed programme structure and paper outlines (Blackboard)
Search for a paper (Arion)
Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers.
25 Feb 2019
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