I hope everyone is well. I know that many of you are starting to get sick of these posts but I have read the past questions and nothing seems close to answering my question.
I would like to go into computer animation (specifically for creating ads) and/or web development failing the former. My background is in Marketing/Business so I am thinking about topping my BSc with a conversion masters in Computer Science. I have looked into a few of these courses but not many encompass "design" modules to accompany the programming aspect of the course. Additionally, it seems that each conversion masters is different in its own way.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to which programs would suit my requirements best?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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- 19-01-2017 16:24
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I think Aceadria has done some research around comp sci conversations. I think the aim of the courses is to bring you up to speed with knowledge that an undergrad would have which isn't really specialist. You may have to do a masters after it to specialise. Alternatively there may be short vocational courses in animation or web development you can do which may be more suitable and be less time consuming or expensive.