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Level Six modules offer an increased degree of personal choice for the development of independent, high quality work, demonstrating the higher-level challenges of synthesis and innovation. In-depth research and design work is characterised by the ability to analyse, synthesise and apply creatively what has been learnt during the program of study.
The range of projects undertaken reflects the broad range of interests of the students within the course. They may include: typography and design for print; animation and visual narratives; exhibition and installation design, design for screen and interaction; and, signage, way finding, and environmental graphics.
Modules at this level are Information Applications, Research and Development, Launch Pad and the students own Final Major Project.
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University of Westminster