The course is a full-time, 12-month programme, which runs from September to August of each year. It is split into three semesters, with modules engaging with different aspects of digital media practice and theory. Emphasis is placed on advanced creative practice as well as reflexive engagement with tools and technologies. Semester 1 and 2 are consists of core modules and a group of electives, enabling each student to tailor the degree to their own individual needs (note that not all modules may be offered each year).
The final semester is dedicated to the design, development and testing of students’ end-of-year projects, involving practice-based research, as well as a 5,000 word accompanying dissertation. Each student is assigned an expert supervisor for guidance throughout the project development process.