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The Course

The Lincoln School of Design offers students the creative freedom to explore their chosen discipline, together with the opportunity to hone their creative and professional practice. Students can work alongside academics and practitioners in a dynamic and interdisciplinary studio environment.

There is flexibility to tailor your learning in a way that is relevant to you and your career aspirations. There are four possible pathways from which you can choose: Visual Narrative, Cultures and Society, Graphic Communication, and Three-dimensional Innovation.

Students join a community of creative practitioners and researchers, with opportunities to collaborate with fellow designers and build a network of industry contacts.

How You Study

Due to the broad remit of the subject, there are four possible pathways within the MA Design programme from which students can choose:

MA Design (Visual Narrative)

  • Graphic Art
  • Illustration
  • Animation
  • Lens-based media

MA Design (Cultures & Society)

  • Creative industries
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Theory via Practice

MA Design (Graphic Communication)

  • Graphic design
  • Interactive design
  • Visual authorship

MA Design (Three-dimensional Innovation)

  • Product
  • Furniture
  • Jewellery

In all pathways, the MA Design is a studio-based programme of practice, study and research. Modes of study within the programme include lectures by staff and visiting practitioners, seminars (staff and student-led), studio practice sessions, studio critiques and presentations, interim exhibitions and reviews, visits, workshops and skills training sessions.

Please contact us for further details .

Some courses may offer optional modules. The availability of optional modules may vary from year to year and will be subject to minimum student numbers being achieved. This means that the availability of specific optional modules cannot be guaranteed. Optional module selection may also be affected by staff availability.

How You Are Assessed

Postgraduate Certificate stage assessment is a combination of practical portfolio, presentation to peers and staff, and written research proposal. Postgraduate Diploma stage is assessed through an extensive finished project and supporting portfolio of development work and a short presentation to staff and peers.

Master's stage assessment is focused on two written documents; an extensive negotiated written work exploring themes relevant to studio practice and/or discipline and a further document recording dissemination of work/ideas.

For more information please visit the website: https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/DESIGNMA/

Visit the MA Design page on the University of Lincoln website for more details!




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