This course will help you develop excellent skills in 3D modelling and sculpting or computer games design theory and application.
The award has been designed along with our industry partners and delivers up-to-date content using industry standard software that meets current and future 3D games industry demands. It will allow you to develop and further your ability, building on knowledge and skills acquired in your first degree and expanding into areas related to computer games design.
It will enhance your abilities in research, problem-solving and management and you will apply knowledge and skills to solving complex design and 3D problems during your dissertation project. The award integrates current industry paradigms into both the assessment and research opportunities which aim to help you get into either the games industry or academia.
-Advanced Games Environment Design and Research -Advanced Character Prototyping -Advanced Vehicle and Weapon Prototyping -Mobile Games Development -Computer Games Design Dissertation
Our MSc graduates work in professional roles at top studios like Microsoft, Rare, Rockstar, Codemasters and Travellers Tales. Our students also go on to form their own companies.
We have students working on all sorts of games from indie kickstarter games like War for the Overworld to the latest Xbox One titles and massive hits like Grand Theft Auto 5.
Career Prospects: Character artist, Environment modeller, Vehicle artist, Game Designer, Producer, User Interface Artist.
A 2:2 or above undergraduate qualification (or equivalent) is required to join the masters programme. Entry Requirements IELTS score of a minimum of 6.5. For students opting to focus on 3D Modelling you will need to present a portfolio of past work to the award leader.
Recipient: Staffordshire University
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