BSc (Hons) Interactive Entertainment Technology
BSc (Hons) Live Sound Engineering
On the BSc (Hons) Interactive Entertainment Technology degree students can take a technical or creative approach, looking at asset creation, development, design, testing, audio, and production across various industries including computer games, esports, entertainment, computing, automotive, science, health and technology.
Students on the BSc (Hons) Live Sound Engineering degree can compose for film, design sound for games, record at live events, and work with education partners such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. ProTools training and certification is available and we work closely links with Joint Audio Media Education Support (JAMES).
West Suffolk College is a partner college of the University of East Anglia.