Computer Arts degrees
Our computer arts degrees help you bring characters, spaces and worlds to life for digital animation, games development, app design, or even in the fields of architecture and cybernetics.
So whether you want to produce the latest CGI or VFX for TV shows and movies, work for leading animation studios, break into the indie game industry with your own concepts or make a career in robotics, we have a course for you.
With several of our courses accredited by The Rookies, you'll be getting the very best in teaching, expert insight and facilities. Working with the latest software, you'll form small teams and collaborate as you would in industry to produce incredible projects.
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After graduating from one of our Computer Arts degrees, you'll have the skills and contacts to launch your career in a range of areas such as:
- Art direction
- CG artistry and animation for film and games
- Concept artistry
- Creative project management
- Post-production design
- Pre-production artistry
- Production artistry
- Production management
- 2D and 3D Concept design
- Serious (Applied) Games development
- TV and Film Post Production VFX
- Interactive Technologies (VR, AR, MR)
- Digital Fabrication
- Interactive Media
- App Development
- Web Services
- Games and Entertainment
- Experience Design
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When you study Computer Arts at UCA, you're perfectly placed to develop your skills and experience ready for a career in the field.
Our games courses are accredited by The Rookies, a leading network for the industry.
Students are located close to the epicentre of the UK's gaming industry, with graduates going on to work for the likes of Creative Assembly, Industrial Light and Magic, Blue Zoo and SuperMassive Games.
UCA's Games Incubator Studio gives graduates who want to break into the indie game market the chance to develop their games and business plans.
"My favourite thing about my course is the integration with the School of Architecture, alongside the software, hardware and resources that are available to us. You can collaborate with other courses to create amazing projects. I’m currently working with someone to put his plans into a VR environment." Morgan Ruffell, BSc (Hons) Creative Computing