Creative Technologies

SCHOOL OF

Creative Technologies

Bachelor of Creative Technologies

NQF Level 7 | SAQA ID: 118189

ABOUT


The Bachelor of Creative Technologies degree at Open Window is the first of its kind locally, offering innovative study in the diverse and rapidly evolving fields focusing on user-centred design principles with a specialisation in Interaction Design, Interactive Development or Product Design. This degree provides the graduate with a sustainable career in these dynamic and emerging fields, by providing specialisation in a discipline of choice, while still allowing for significant exposure in a range of related skills across the design and development industries. Graduates are equipped with strong problem-solving and research skills in order to craft meaningful experiences through digital and physical products and services.

REQUIREMENTS


  • Subject to OW’s Admissions Vetting Process
  • An English mark of 55%
  • International applications please contact crm@openwindow.co.za

1st YEAR

COMPULSORY

  • Academic Practice
  • Drawing & Narrative
  • Media Perspectives

CHOICE SUBJECTS

Leading to majors. Choose 4:

2nd YEAR

MAJOR SUBJECTS

Choose one 1st year choice subject for a single major option or choose two of the 1st year choice subjects for a *double major option:

For more information on the 2nd and 3rd year subjects click on one of the major subjects.


Interactive Development

Interactive Development

Interactive Development

Bachelor of Creative Technologies


Interactive Development teaches students how to use different programming languages and frameworks to code and develop digital products and systems.

 

This specialisation introduces students to a vast range of web and mobile languages that allows them to programme and develop functional digital solutions that include websites and mobile applications. The course covers both front-end and back-end technologies. The ultimate aim is to provide students with a professional and multi-faceted development skillset that allows them to solve real-world problems and create intuitive, human-centred systems in any product team.

Careers

  • Back End Developer
  • Creative Technologist
  • Front End Developer
  • Technical Lead
  • Web Developer
  • App Developer

Interactive Development teaches students how to use different programming languages and frameworks to code and develop digital products and systems.

 

This specialisation introduces students to a vast range of web and mobile languages that allows them to programme and develop functional digital solutions that include websites and mobile applications. The course covers both front-end and back-end technologies. The ultimate aim is to provide students with a professional and multi-faceted development skillset that allows them to solve real-world problems and create intuitive, human-centred systems in any product team.

Careers

  • Back End Developer
  • Creative Technologist
  • Front End Developer
  • Technical Lead
  • Web Developer
  • App Developer