Digital media and gaming applications are at the cutting edge of user experience technology – and this flexible course provides graduates with the knowledge to design creative, commercially-focused solutions. Graduates will be able to understand the nature diversity and limitations of software artefacts targeted at the entertainment market and apply their development and implementation skills to the production of such artefacts.
All our degrees emphasise acquiring knowledge and skills to develop your new understanding creatively and professionally. Although this is an academic degree, the course balances theory with ‘real world’ practice in information and computer management.
The aim of all undergraduate programmes offered by Department of Computer Science is primarily to equip our graduates with appropriate knowledge and skills required for their mainly commercial careers, making them highly employable.
Computer Science (Digital Media and Games) programme graduates will be able to:
• Understand the nature diversity and limitations of software artefacts targeted at the entertainment market and apply their development and implementation skills to the production of such artefacts.
Varies depending on country.
Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.
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