Arts & Communication Design - Modules for 2015-16

Module CodeModule TitleLevelFurther Information
FA0AR1Art0More information
FA0GAPGlobal Art Practice0More information
FA1ARTArt Studio1More information
FA1ATAContemporary Art and Theory1More information
FA1CMACritical Collaborative Methods1More information
FA1MEMedium, Media and Material1More information
FA1MMModernisms & Mythologies1More information
FA1RWReading Objects, Writing Images1More information
FA1SAFine Art Studio1More information
FA1WCWhat is the Contemporary?1More information
FA2ATContemporary Art and Theory2More information
FA2ATAContemporary Art and Theory2More information
FA2CMCritical Collaborative Methods2More information
FA2IATContemporary Art and Theory2More information
FA2IS1Part 2I Studio2More information
FA2IS2Part 2I Studio2More information
FA2ITEXImage Action Text2More information
FA2S1Part 2 Studio including Career Management Skills2More information
FA2S2Part 2 Studio including Career Management Skills2More information
FA2SAFine Art Studio including CMS2More information
FA2TEXAImage Action Text2More information
FA3DISArt dissertation3More information
FA3DISAArt dissertation3More information
FA3HS1Part 3H Studio3More information
FA3HS2Studio (joint honours)3More information
FA3HSAFine Art Studio3More information
FAM2CContextual texts and professional developmentMMore information
FAM2SStudio and ExhibitionMMore information
FAMAPArt, Power, PoliticsMMore information
FAMCACritical Art PracticeMMore information
FAMDADissertationMMore information
FAMMAMapping the Art WorldMMore information
FAMS1Studio PracticeMMore information
FAMSVInternational Study VisitMMore information
FT1IFIIntroduction to Film1More information
FT1ITHIntroduction to Theatre1More information
FT1ITVIntroduction to Television1More information
FT1P1MPractical 1: Making Meaning1More information
FT1P2FPractical 2: Film and TV1More information
FT1P2TPractical 2: Theatre1More information
FT1P3FPractical 3: Film/TV Project1More information
FT1P3TPractical 3: Theatre Project1More information
FT2AFAlternative Forms in Film2More information
FT2ATAlternative Forms in Theatre2More information
FT2CPDCreative Industries and Professional Development2More information
FT2DISPart 2 Dissertation2More information
FT2FAFilm Authorship2More information
FT2FGFilm Genre2More information
FT2P1FCreative Practice: Film/TV2More information
FT2P1TCreative Practice: Theatre2More information
FT2P2Practical Project2More information
FT2PIPerformance and Identity2More information
FT2PNPerformance and Nation2More information
FT2PTGPopular Television Genres2More information
FT2RPResearch Production2More information
FT2SA1Study Abroad 12More information
FT2SA2Study Abroad 22More information
FT2SA3Study Abroad 32More information
FT2WBLWork Based Learning in Film, Theatre or Television2More information
FT3APPAdvanced Practical Project3More information
FT3CFACritical Issues in Film Style A3More information
FT3CFBCritical Issues in Film Style B3More information
FT3COAContemporary Performance A3More information
FT3COBContemporary Performance B3More information
FT3DISSDissertation: Film & Theatre3More information
FT3JDFADissertation (Art and Film & Theatre)3More information
FT3RCARepresenting Conflict on Stage and Screen A3More information
FT3RCBRepresenting Conflict on Stage and Screen B3More information
FT3RPResearch Production3More information
FT3TCATelevision and Contemporary Culture A3More information
FT3TCBTelevision and Contemporary Culture B3More information
FT3WBLWork Based Learning in Film, Theatre or Television3More information
FT3WCAWorld Cinema A3More information
FT3WCBWorld Cinema B3More information
FT3WTAWorld Theatres A3More information
FT3WTBWorld Theatres B3More information
FTMAEFilm AestheticsMMore information
FTMBCPBeckett and Contemporary PerformanceMMore information
FTMBWPerforming BeckettMMore information
FTMDCPPractical ProjectMMore information
FTMDSDissertationMMore information
FTMFCFilm and Moving Image CultureMMore information
FTMFDPDissertation or Film PracticeMMore information
FTMFPFilm ProductionMMore information
FTMMBMultimedia BeckettMMore information
FTMWDWorld CinemaMMore information
TY1HISHistory of graphic communication 11More information
TY1INTIntegrated Design Methods1More information
TY1PRADesign practice 11More information
TY2DTDesign thinking2More information
TY2DTSADesign thinking2More information
TY2EDIntroduction to editorial design2More information
TY2INTAIntegrated design methods 2A2More information
TY2INTASAIntegrated design methods 2A2More information
TY2INTBIntegrated design methods 2B2More information
TY2INTBSAIntegrated design methods 2B2More information
TY2PRA2Design practice 22More information
TY2PRO1Professional Practice 12More information
TY2SAStudy Abroad2More information
TY3DSDissertation3More information
TY3EDAdvanced editorial design3More information
TY3ESEphemera studies3More information
TY3INFInformation Design3More information
TY3LFHistory of letterforms and typography3More information
TY3PRO2Professional Practice 23More information
TY3SKSkills for design practice3More information
TY3TYPTypeforms3More information
TY3WIWord and image3More information
TYMDISDissertationMMore information
TYMDRDirected readingMMore information
TYMIDCInformation design: core moduleMMore information
TYMIDPInformation design: PracticeMMore information
TYMPBCBook design core moduleMMore information
TYMPBPBook design practiceMMore information
TYMPDSDissertationMMore information
TYMRMResearch methods in typography and graphic communicationMMore information
TYMRPSelf-directed research projectMMore information
TYMTDCTypeface design: principles & applicationsMMore information
TYMTDP1Typeface Design: PracticeMMore information
TYMTDP2Font DevelopmentMMore information
TYMTDRTypeface design: Reflection on practiceMMore information
TYMTDXTypeface design: Engaging with contextsMMore information

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