The HND in Creative Media Production (Game Development) provides a programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the video games sector. The course is designed to develop a range of skills, knowledge and experiences.
HNDs provide nationally recognised qualifications that offer career progression, professional development, employment opportunities and further progression within Higher Education. The qualifications are made up of compulsory units and specialist units studied during the first year (HNC) and second year (HND).
The HND in Creative Media Production (Game Development) is designed to support students in learning new skills while developing their individual experiences and practical understanding. Tutorial support is provided to help students develop their educational and vocational abilities as well as the personal and professional qualities and attitudes required to adapt to the demands of an ever changing and exciting industry. Students will be expected to develop the following skills during the programme:
• Work as an individual and collaborate part of a team for the successful completion industry styled, realistic, work based or real-world type problems and projects. • Think independently and take responsibility for their own learning and recognise their own learning style. • Work on a broad range of complex technical or professional challenges and activities. • Develop an appreciation of the multidiscipline nature of video game design with regard to solving complex issues. • Analyse, synthesise and summarise information critically • Design, plan, undertake, test and report on investigations, exploration, experimentation and outcome in a safe, appropriate and ethical manner. • Apply subject knowledge and creativity to address familiar and unfamiliar problems • Think laterally and be innovative in relevant contexts as well as makes decisions which influence the success of projects and/or team objectives
Award: HND Professional Qualification 2 Years Full Time Taught in English