Digital Media Design - Carlow / Wicklow / Wexford
What will I be able to do when I finish this programme?
The main aim of this programme is to facilitate the transformation of the novice student into a creative practitioner in digital media design. The programme provides an integrated learning environment (studio) that encourages creativity, innovation, self-assessment and discussion. Learning and assessment is through "real world" practices, which involve setting project briefs in a project/problem based learning environment.
What subjects will I study?
Digital Media Design
Applicants must currently hold a Level 8 degree. Applications not covered under this criteria will be considered on an individual basis, through submission of a portfolio of prior work or by an RPL procedure in accordance with the SETU Carlow Recognition of Prior Learning Policy. All applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
SETU Carlow reserves the right to require applicants to attend for interview to determine their suitability for the programme.
1 Year Full-time/1 Year Part-time, 3 evenings per week 7.00 - 10.00pm.
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Study & Career Opportunities
Students will develop a portfolio of works to include designs in digital media and graphic design. Through a transformative process, students will become creative practitioners and developing skills in: creative problem solving, design principles and practices, project management, communication and collaboration, technical design skills, marketing and entrepreneurship. They will experiment and explore new ideas and concepts and integrate theories and methodologies to develop design solutions. A good designer should display personal qualities of ambition, curiosity, energy, enthusiasm, imagination, initiative and talent.
Career opportunities include:
Digital Media Designer
Interactive and Multi-media Design
Mobile Media Technologies.