Throughout the course the dynamics of creative thinking are developed and considered in relation to the professional, business and social contexts of graphic communication. Your project work will be developed through collaboration and dialogue with staff, visiting professionals and fellow students.
It is designed both for new graduates and established professionals looking to reposition their career portfolio and engage with professional practice at a more advanced strategic level. It also provides for those planning either full-time or complementary careers in design education at undergraduate level.
The course enjoys strong links with a range of industry professionals.
The delivery of the course draws upon these bodies for codes of practice and other professional guidelines, case studies, ongoing dialogue on issues of interest and concern within the profession, and direct input to assignments and module content. The philosophy of the course is informed by the perspective of both the employer/client and the profession. Cambridge School of Art has initiated an Employers Consultative Group, comprising practitioners and employers, to ensure an appropriate alignment between student capability and employer need.
- Interpretation and Origination: Modes of Graphic Authorship
- Typographic Enquiry
- Masters Dissertation: Art & Design
- Masters Project: Art & Design