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Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design

We have 1,940 Masters Degrees in Creative Arts & Design

Masters degrees in Creative Arts and Design are ideal for aspiring artists and practitioners, or those seeking training in associated branches of management, production and historical research.

These subjects are often highly practical, with the opportunity to learn advanced creative techniques and reflect on your effective use of them. Research courses are also available, with a focus on current creative and design theory.

Course content varies by subject area, but most programmes are likely to involve extensive project work as well as taught units. Some degrees may also include professional internships.

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Our Managing in the Creative Economy MA programme bridges the gap between creativity and business. This unique business degree programme enables you to combine specific creative practice and skills with a rigorous business education customised for the creative industries. Read more
Study interaction design at an advanced level and explore new approaches to design creating dynamic proposals that respond to the needs of our rapidly changing society. Read more
Overview.  Design has a transformative effect on the world around us. This impact cuts across culture, business, the environment and the economy. Read more
This pathway enables you to develop your own individual approach to spatial design within a creative multi-disciplinary environment. Read more
Interaction design focuses on shaping products for people’s use and behaviour and includes designing interactive digital products, environments, visual communication systems and services. Read more
Overview. Whether your background is in design or in another discipline, you’ll develop, test and evaluate innovative design solutions in real-life scenarios. Read more
The Communication Design pathway supports students with a specialist interest in typography, graphic design, illustration, interactive design and branding. Read more
available as . Full-time. available as . Part-time. Learn from award-winning and internationally renowned lighting designers. Read more
The Creative Practice MRes is a Masters level course based in the rich research culture of . Westminster School of Media, Art and Design. Read more
This course is for designers who want to pursue their passion for particular areas of design, at an advanced level and with professional support. Read more
Would you like to improve your career prospects, start your own business or develop further specialist design skills?. Read more
Develop your existing knowledge and experience as a designer, exploiting our significant research expertise to enhance your own design and research skills to a new level. Read more
The focus of postgraduate study in . Design and Applied Arts . is to consider your current and past practice and recognise the opportunities that exist for research, material investigation and professional development. Read more
As we have moved into a world of positions and services rather than slogans and artefacts, this Masters is a timely response to the changing role and increasing worth of communication design. Read more
As a cultivated form of invention, design shapes, modifies and alters the world around us for better or worse, and the need for modern design to be more sustainable and ethically responsible has never been more important. Read more

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