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Studies for Exchange Students, Degree Programme in Media and Arts, Fine Art

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Autumn Semester 2021
(Select 30 cr)
             
Applied Fine Art
(Select 10 cr)
             
Site-Specific Practices 5
 
   
Fine Art and Games 5
 
   
Animation
(Select 15 cr)
             
Animation Production 5
 
   
Animation Project 1 5
 
   
Animation Project 2 5
 
   
21KVDMA online optional courses autumn 2021
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Character Design and Storytelling 3              
International Art Collaborations 1 5              
Social Media in Communication and Community Building 5              
Networked Media Culture 5              
Advanced IPR workshop 3              
Creating Your First Video Game 3              
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The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester

Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year and length of studies is 3,5/4/4,5 years. Planned syllabus may change during studies.

The focus of the programme is to provide up to date competences in continuously changing and growing international and global Media and Arts sector.

The students learn about current media and art issues utilising three main study paths: Interactive Media study path, Music Production study path and Fine Art study path.

Main study paths are divided into sub study paths (e.g Game design, Music business, Applied fine art) and choosing studies across other main or sub study paths is possible. The curriculum contains also large shared parts and projects between these study paths and other Art, Music and Media related Degree Programmes.

The general aim of the studies is that students become professionals who are able to work as experts, developers and entrepreneurs in the field, both in Finland and abroad.

The professional studies of the study path Fine Art give the competences required for demanding professional work in one or more of the following areas of application: web design and services, game design, moving image, production and content design, Fine Art based production, Site related and communal art, Photography and cultural export.

The objective is that the graduate:
- Is capable of creative and applicable solutions
- Masters the articulation, working methods and technology of her/his speciality
- Is able to act professionally in the typical communication and interaction situations of the field
- Can design and head media and art related productions and act as member of a team
- Has the competence to enter both domestic and international labour markets as a professional and as an entrepreneur