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Course results for Curtin University Undergraduate Fine art Degrees
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CUR-FIA-DEG | Undergraduate
A fine arts degree for truly dedicated artists
Contribute to society’s artistic and aesthetic needs. Major in Fine Art for a demanding, but rewarding, profession as a fine artist. This art degree calls for a high level of creativity, self-discipline, dedication and a capacity for self-criticism.
CUR-FAV-DEG | Undergraduate
A degree with twice the creativity
Artistic professions shape society’s aesthetic and social needs. Aspiring artists can choose Fine Art or Visual Culture (art history, theory and critical evaluation) for work in curation, policy development, public relations and tourism.
CUR-VLC-DEG | Undergraduate
Art mirrors life — the how and why
Explore how culture is expressed in visual images. Understand how art informs our world, through the history and theories of art. Work in sectors where initiative, creativity and critical thinking are valued—curation, policy development, and tourism.
CUR-FAP-DEG | Undergraduate
Call on your communication skills with this diverse career option
Draw on your complementary skill set when you engage with both fine art and professional writing. Create a career that calls on your cultural engagement, learn how to effectively communicate with an audience, and satisfy your creative passions.
CUR-DDF-DEG | Undergraduate
Illustrate your creative and animated career
Get designs on creating a future in fine art using paint and pixels. Animate interactive experiences. Draw on traditional and contemporary art techniques from painting to visual research. Layout digital design processes and principles.
CUR-FAI-DEG | Undergraduate
Compose your artistic career
Critically interact with fine art traditions considering the visual and social needs of society. Contribute to the artistic aesthetic. Design ways to network and connect to people and places. Draw on your strengths of self-criticism and self-discipline.