Oxford Brookes University approves two new undergraduate degrees in digital media
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Oxford Brookes University approves two new undergraduate degrees in digital media

From September 2015, Oxford Brookes’ Department of Computing and Communication technologies is offering two exciting new undergraduate degrees in the area of digital media.

BSc Audio Engineering and Music Production will develop your ability to work creatively with sound in all areas (including music production, film and TV/Video, gaming, sound effects, live music, AV, interactive audio) by the scientific exploration and understanding of the technology used in audio and in other media.

You will have many opportunities to work on real-world projects external to the University, for example with charities and cultural groups, in order to gain experience of direct interest to employers.

You will also have access to highly specialised labs and studios where you will learn the application of theoretical skills and techniques in sound production, sound for picture and in hardware and software design.

BSc Digital Media Production addresses the need for ever more highly skilled graduates who are grounded in the technical realities of creative media, industrial partnerships and project-based collaborations which demand an increasingly fluid and mobile workforce.

You will not only enhance your employability by developing the ability to use industry standard tools for digital video production and computer animation, but also develop critical awareness of novel methods and techniques used in the creation of contemporary video, audio, graphics, motion capture and animation and develop entrepreneurial flair and leadership skills.

For more information, visit http://cct.brookes.ac.uk/undergraduate/index.html.