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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-PVC-DEG | Undergraduate
Visualise your cultural career
Draft up and edit your writing career that combines art and culture. Get critical and gain perspective about writing in various forms and for diverse genres. Visualise contemporary art and design. Brush up on your critical art evaluation skills.
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Expand your career opportunities
Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.
CUR-DDV-DEG | Undergraduate
Craft your cultural career in design
Visualise an artistic journey through the past to see the present and find the future of art and design. Draw on techniques using paper and screen. Illustrate how creativity shapes society and culture. Get interactive with experience design.
CUR-UNR-DEG | Undergraduate
Choose this simple step for university success
Need a final boost to get ready for university-level study? This program works through presentation, communication, study, and self-management skills to make sure that you’re set to succeed.
CUR-ICV-DEG | Undergraduate
Design your interactive career
Visualise and articulate how people network and connect online. Express culture through design. Get critical and recognise the value of cultural diversity versus technology. Explore art history and theory. Draw on your technical and intuitive strengths.