Creative Computing is a specialist programme for students with an interest in the creative side of computing: topics such as computer animation, multimedia, web design, virtual worlds and games programming. It requires a solid grounding in Computer Science, and for that reason shares some modules with Dual Honours Computer Science.
The programme explores the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline and places an emphasis on the practical design and development of creative products such as computer animations, multimedia, web pages, virtual worlds and computer games. All Dual and Single Honours Computing programmes, including Creative Computing, have a common first semester and common entrance requirements. This retains flexibility of choice during the first semester of the first year.
Fundamentals of Computing
Computing Animation and Multimedia
Information Systems and Interaction
(see Course Leaflet below for module details)
|Module||Tutor Name||Tutor Contact Details|
|CSC-10026 Computer Animation & Multimedia||Dave Collins||Room: CR 125 Phone: 733251
|CSC-10032 Information Systems and Interaction||Nikki Holland||Room: CR 109 Phone: 73253
|CSC-10024 Programming 1||James Borg||Room: CR 04 Phone: 733415
|CSC-10029 Fundamentals of Computing||Dr Charles Day||Room: CR 38 Phone: 733411
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