|UCAS course code||I300|
|Course type||Full-time, Part-time route available|
Studio Practice (EXEC1170)
This module provides opportunities for students to develop skills in observation and representation, critical thinking and ideas development, communication and presentation. Illustrated seminars will explore how the elected topic has been defined through art practice and students will apply the skills and knowledge gained to investigate the themes and realise their ideas
Critical Studies 1 (EXEC1171)
This module will introduce students to artist’s practice and the debates, issues and theories that accompany their work. Lectures and seminars provide an overview of the evolution of 20th Century art movements and their contemporary relevance. The topics discussed are scheduled to coincide with relevant practical aspects of this programme. This module introduces investigation and academic conventions of essay writing
Professional Engagement (EXEC1172)
This module is designed to enable students to identify and engage with professional practice and acquire transferable skills for future working environments. Students will participate in a range of opportunities provided by the college and with our industry partners and will be supported to create their own opportunities
Research and Development (EXEC1173)
Focused on the advancement of research skills and concept development, this module Introduces the importance of and the relationship between; in depth subject research, philosophical enquiry, creative process and critical analysis, in the development of ideas. Lectures, seminars and tutorials will progress these skills and students will apply their learning to generating a proposal
Time and Place (EXEC1174)
A practical module in which students navigate the complexities of executing a proposal and realising work beyond the studio. Lectures and seminars will investigate durational and site-based art practices and the exploration of the concepts of time and place in contemporary art
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University of Plymouth open days
You are also very welcome to attend a University of Plymouth open day, to get a flavour of the courses you can progress to from a partner college. There will however be limited information on this specific course and college.
Studying with Exeter College
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