As a department we’re interested in a certain kind of study: one that’s founded on creativity, independence and learning by doing.
As a student here you’ll really get to create the software you want to create – so you’ll be working on your own projects from the start of your degree.
We want you to graduate with a computing degree that has weight in the real world, so you’ll be taught to apply computing to a whole range of real-life situations and to many industries within the creative arts and business sectors. And, because you apply computing to other subjects such as music and media when you’re here, you’ll be able to think on your feet and adapt within this evolving field.
Foundation Year in Computing
BSc (Hons) Business Computing & Entrepreneurship
BSc (Hons) Computer Science
BSc (Hons) Computing & Chinese
BSc (Hons) Creative Computing
BSc (Hons) Data Science
BSc (Hons) Digital Arts Computing
BSc (Hons) Games Programming
BMus/BSc (Hons) Music Computing
BA (Hons) Journalism (with modules on web, data and digital interactions)
MA in Computational Arts and MFA in Computational Arts
MSc in Computer Games & Entertainment
MA in Computer Games Art & Design
MSc in Data Science
MA Independent Games and Playable Experience Design
Masters degrees run by other departments
MA in Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship: Computing Pathway
MA/MSc in Digital Journalism and MRes in Digital Journalism*
* These programmes have an associated pre-sessional Digital Bootcamp
PhD and MPhil programmes
Our MPhil/PhD programmes offer you the opportunity to participate fully in the highly interdisciplinary research environment of our department and of Goldsmiths as a whole.
MPhil & PhD in Arts & Computational Technology
MPhil & PhD in Computer Science
MPhil & PhD in Intelligent Games & Game Intelligence