University of East Anglia Graphic Design

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University of East Anglia Graphic Design

University of East Anglia Graphic Design

BSc Computer Graphics, Imaging and Multimedia

Accredited by the Charted Institute for IT, this specialist degree gives you the chance to gain first-hand computing experience as well as multimedia theory and production experience. You will also benefit from our research-led approach to teaching and our fantastic facilities, so that you will learn in the most up-to-date environment and graduate with great career prospects.

This flexible course gives you the opportunity to study core computing science subjects alongside computer graphics, sound and imaging processing, or related areas such as video, television or music processing. The majority of learning will take place in laboratories, production studios, lectures, seminars and group projects.

We are one of the most experienced schools of Computing Sciences in the UK, with 100% of our research categorised as internationally recognised (REF 2014).

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Overview

Our course benefits from the expertise of highly research-active academic staff within the School of Computing Sciences in areas such as computer graphics, speech and audio processing and computer vision. This degree allows you to combine interests in computer graphics, video and sound processing and computing science.

This course combines the study of computing science with specialist topics in computer graphics, as you initially cover two and three dimensional graphics fundamentals and continue to develop your skills and knowledge throughout the course.

During the degree you will gain first-hand experience in a variety of computing subjects, including real time simulation, rendering techniques, art content and collision detection. You will learn about graphics processing performance and how to exploit the power of modern GPUs using shading languages.

The course will be taught by our academics, utilising their expertise in computer graphics, computer games development, speech and audio processing and computer vision to enhance your learning. You will also benefit from additional teaching by professional film, video and TV producers based within Film, Television and Media Studies. We have strong links with many related imaging and multimedia companies and we use these contacts to help us to shape the degree content, designing coursework projects based on real-world problems.