Is Creative Arts, Design & Media for you?
Creative Arts, Design and Media all play roles in holding up a mirror to society – enhancing, challenging and reimagining. Study in any of these areas will involve learning to make work with different technologies, techniques and materials, but you will also learn about the history of your discipline, how the industry works and how to build your career doing what you love.
|Course Title||Course Code||Level||Location|
|Creative Digital Media||TU796||Level 7||Blanchardstown|
|Visual Merchandising & Display (Restricted)||TU795||Level 7||Grangegorman|
|Creative Digital Media||TU981||Level 8||Blanchardstown|
|Creative Industries & Visual Culture||TU978||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Design - Visual Communication (Restricted)||TU973||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Film & Broadcasting||TU983||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Fine Art (Restricted)||TU974||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Game Design||TU984||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Interior Design (Restricted)||TU975||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Media Production & Digital Arts||TU982||Level 8||Tallaght|
|Photography (Restricted)||TU976||Level 8||Grangegorman|
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