Year one is an introduction to industry standard technologies across multiple media. You will gain experience in how to communicate ideas using animatics, storyboarding, wire framing and mapping and learn about contemporary media and story-telling. Try different modes of making and work across mediums. It's the foundation of your creative practice, both technically and conceptually.
In year two you will explore your chosen medium in depth, deconstructing both how it operates and what it means. Advance your production skills with media production practices and focus on your chosen areas of cross-media specialisation. You'll learn about media business and the creative economy and how to evaluate and develop ideas for the marketplace.
Your final year, year three offers the chance to develop a year-long cross-media creative project. Your student-led team will work with industry mentors through the key stages of planning, preproduction, production and postproduction. There is also focus on preparation for public screenings, exhibitions or presentations and developing your portfolio for career or postgraduate progression.
The Bachelor of Creative Media Production (BCMP) degree is an open entry programme. You need to have a recognised university entrance qualification in order to study this programme.
Ways to get a recognised university entrance qualification include: NCEA, Cambridge International Examinations, International Baccalaureate, Admission with Equivalent Status, Discretionary Entrance or Special Admission.