Film And Television Production Technology (Top-Up) BSc (Hons)
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2019/20 New Entrants, Full Time
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The BSc (Hons) in Film and Television Production Technology, offered through Staffordshire University, is open to those who have previously completed a Foundation Degree or equivalent qualification in the subject area and who now wish to top-up to a full degree
Continuing the ethos of a vocational award underpinned by academic study, students have the opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills gained during previous study, demonstrating advanced learning and technical understanding, showcasing their talents, building an impressive portfolio and enhancing their future career prospects.
Designed to provide students with up to date industry relevant skills the award aims to provide advanced skills in the following depending on the options chosen:
Advanced film production and post-production using Adobe, Apple and high definition cutting edge film equipment
Film development and management
Film event management
Film and sound design
A Film Research Project and Dissertation ensure rigorous academic standards are maintained
FdA, HND, (Level 5 progression route)
The award is highly practical with a strong academic underpinning and is delivered through formal lectures, workshops and regular tutorials and supervisories.
You will be expected to take responsibility for your own learning and development and the self-directed study undertaken during this award aims to build on and develop the knowledge and skills learnt in class. This is equally relevant to work undertaken when completing individual or collaborative assignments.
Assessments are designed to be interesting, relevant and contemporary, with the aim of enhancing personal and professional development whilst also evaluating performance in order to both demonstrate an in depth understanding of the subject area and to develop and enhance relevant and transferable skills.
Formative assessment and tutor assessment feedback provide an opportunity for ongoing reflection on performance. The aim of formative and summative feedback is to help learners understand how to improve their work, as well as offering them the opportunity to consider and discuss their own progress
Successful completion of this award will provide graduates with the advanced practical skills, knowledge and understanding imperative to obtaining employment in the highly competitive film and television industry.
On completion of the BSc (Hons) you can enter directly into employment in the industry or continue on to higher study.
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