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MA Creative Media

Course Description

The MA Creative Media is an innovative and a cutting edge masters programme at the University of Brighton, responsive to the fast changing and dynamic media and digital industries and economies. The course provides students with conceptual, theoretical and applied knowledge suited to flexible skills development and application across a diverse range of sectors and professions including the creative media industries, arts, education and academia.

Students on the course will be able to critique and participate in media debates and practice through theory and key concepts. They will also develop their ability to deploy relevant cultural, social, theoretical, professional and practice-based frameworks that allow them to operate critically and successfully in creative and global media contexts and economies.

The MA Creative Media is distinctive in that it:

*offers flexible modes of study, through online distance or campus learning, full-time or part-time, with entry points in September and February
*gives students the option to complete the MA entirely through online distance learning
*allows students to choose multiple routes of study through the course with opportunities to specialise in a number of different areas
*combines creative media theory and practice to develop theoretical and professional skills with real world application
*provides cutting edge research-led teaching by subject experts
*attracts international students from a range of academic and professional backgrounds across the arts, humanities and creative media industries
*provides training for doctoral research

Who is the MA Creative Media designed for?

The MA Creative Media has broad relevance to students, mid-career professionals, those pursuing a new or developing interest in digital and creative media, and others hoping to add to an existing skill set of academic or practical knowledge. The course combines the digital fabric of learning with academic and applied interrogation of an extensive range of media-related developments in economy, society and culture.

The flexible modes of study (online, campus, full-time, part-time) combined with students' own choice of route through the course, makes the MA Creative Media particularly attractive to the following types of applicants:

Academics, teachers and educators

Those already working, or seeking to work, in education (at all levels), or those wishing to pursue an academic career, can further their media subject knowledge and expertise, with the option of proceeding on to doctoral study at the end of the Creative Media MA. Students can start the course directly from their undergraduate studies, or join after a few years outside of formal education. Many of the students on the Creative Media MA have come back into formal education following a period of time away. Through masters study at Brighton, they can reflect upon their existing educational and professional practices, and further their subject knowledge. The part-time and online distance mode of study is particularly suitable for students combining MA study with existing work commitments.

Creative media practitioners and professionals

Media professionals and practitioners from the digital media and creative industries, arts, broadcasting, policy and journalism can develop their theoretical and professional skills on the Creative Media MA, as a way of enhancing their career development. Students learn about a diverse range of disciplinary and professional paradigms, and how to write for different platforms, whilst critically reflecting upon their own professional practices. The part-time and online distance mode of study is particularly suitable for students combining masters study with existing work commitments.

Creative media managers and innovators

Those seeking to pursue a leading role in a cultural and creative organisation or independent creative businesses will gain strategic, conceptual and creative thinking, and entrepreneurial skills as well as a critical understanding of the nature of cultural industries and creative organisations which will advance your understanding of how to operate efficiently within the creative media sector. As an MA student you will have the opportunity to independently manage a creative media project or focusing on developing a business out of an existing creative media practice, whilst also reflecting on the process itself. The programme’s incorporation of cutting-edge scholarship within the realm of multi platform media and the digital economies will appeal to those with strong visions of the creative industries in the 21st century.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Master of Arts Creative Media at the University of Brighton.

More information on our website.

Visit the MA Creative Media page on the University of Brighton website for more details!

Entry Requirements

individual offers may vary

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