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Explore the different Creative Computing courses:

Artificial intelligence is a growing sector, with the potential to change the way we live in the future to the same level as the introduction of electricity did. You will work with industry standard software such as Python, R, C#, C++, scikit-learn, tensorflow, pytorch, pandas, Unity, Visual Studio and Jupyter notebooks.

In this exciting and dynamic area, you’ll learn the skills of programming and mathematics necessary for a deep understanding of how these technologies can be successfully applied to solve real-world problems.

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Create your own computer games and take them to market. Gain the contacts and expertise to make a unique game and sell it as part of a successful business plan. Learn through practical experience, supporting lectures and workshops. Lecturers have worked for organisations such as Microsoft, Content Master and Headstrong Games. You’ll develop the design, technical and business skills needed to develop interactive games for different platforms and devices. You’ll develop interactive games for product promotion and demonstration as well as training purposes.

Core topics include graphics, animation, 3D modelling, game play, programming, audio and video, interactive design, psychology, multiplayer and collaborative working and networks. Using industry-standard software you’ll design worlds, levels, characters and plots.

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In this dynamic industry, you’ll become a multi-skilled programmer, working with both hardware, such as consoles, and software including games engines. You’ll use commercial software including C#, C++, UDK, CryEngine, Unity, Adobe Creative Suite and Autodesk 3ds Max.

Through our membership of the PlayStation First Academic Programme, you’ll also have access to Move.me™ and PlayStation®Mobile (PSM), PlayStation®3 (PS3™) PlayStation®Vita and PlayStation®4 (PS4™). Benefit from guest lectures who work within the gaming industry with previous speakers including Richard Lemarchand from Naughty Dog and Lewis Payne from Headstrong Games.

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You’ll become a well-rounded digital media and web developer able to create innovative media rich web sites. The degree covers a range of technical aspects (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, MySQL and PHP) as well as creative skills such as audio, animation, graphic design and 3D modelling.  User experience, mobile games and augmented reality are major themes of the course. The course’s links with industry practitioners means you’ll learn about current practices, creating websites for live clients such as Cheltenham Motor Sports.

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Design stunning characters and immersive worlds for computer games that you and others would love to play. Learn how to turn your imagination and creativity into visually appealing interactive experiences for commercial use.

With access to our purpose built labs, equipped with high-end hardware and industry software, such as 3ds Max, ZBrush, Substance Tools, Adobe CC, Unity, Unreal and much more, you will be able to bring to life incredible worlds, dynamic characters and engaging game prototypes from your imagination. Get first class support from our industry experiencd lecturers who have worked on games for Sony, Adidas, Intel, Crytek, 2K Sports, Rebellion, Eutechnyx and Headstrong Games.

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