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  • BA Hons. 3 years. Hons + 1 year.
  • Advanced Diploma 2 years
  • Foundation/Gap Year 1 year.
  • Tuition semester A$ 5,650; year A$ 26,000.
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Acting.

Careers: You can work in 2D and 3D Character Animation and Visual Effects for film, television, computer games and interactive companies, Animation designer.

  • Bachelor of Arts (Acting), Edith Cowan University. A practical and theoretical approach to acting in theatre, film, television, and other contemporary performance contexts. Acting, Movement, Dance, Music, Voice, Performance History, Critical Analysis, Professional Practice, Screen Studies and Screen Acting.

Animation.

Careers: You can work in 2D and 3D Character Animation and Visual Effects for film, television, computer games and interactive companies, Animation designer.

  • Bachelor of Animation, Griffith University. This highly expressive program will fire your imagination and refine your creativity, wit and ingenuity. You'll receive a thorough grounding in character animation, scriptwriting, concept development, graphic processes, visual communication and screen literacy, editing and sound production.
  • Bachelor of Animation (Hons.), Griffith University. Designed to enable visual arts students (who have demonstrated substantial ability at an undergraduate level) to develop their practical expertise and theoretical understanding to a more advanced level.

Arts & Media Studies.

Careers: Publishing and packaging, Advertising and marketing, Television, Digital media, Web and games production, Television modelling, Multimedia designer, Publisher.

  • Bachelor of Digital Media, Griffith University. This program will enable you to take advantage of professional creative opportunities, not only on the Gold Coast, but nationally and internationally.
  • Bachelor of Media Studies, La Trobe University. Prepare students for employment in mass communication industries, combining study of the media with the development of practical skills.
  • Bachelor of New Media Arts (Media Design), James Cook University. You explore the theory and design practice in contemporary media using the latest technology, gaining the skills required to create and communication using text, graphics, images, film, video & animation.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Media Arts and Production), University of Technology Sydney. Students study the history, contemporary issues and theory of media and culture while developing advanced technical and conceptual skills in film, video, new media and sound.
  • Diploma of Interactive Digital Media, (38 weeks) South Bank Institute of Technology. This program will provide you with internet and multimedia development skills to help you build a successful career in this exciting industry.
  • Diploma of Digital Media Technologies (1,5 years), Holmesglen. Learn the tools and techniques required to use industry standard web and multimedia applications. This course is the ideal pathway into the multimedia and web development industry.
  • Diploma of Interactive Digital Media, (1 year) Holmesglen. An intensive and practical course in which students will gain a range of skills and knowledge, including web, graphic, animation and games design using industry standard software applications.
  • Bachelor of Digital Media (Hons.), Griffith University. Designed to enable students who have demonstrated substantial ability at an undergraduate level to develop advanced levels of studio practice, supporting theory and an advanced level of research understanding. Research options: Studio research & Internship research.
  • Bachelor of Communication - Media Arts Production, University of Western Sydney. You will study video scriptwriting, sound for video production, digital video camera, and post-production skills such as non-linear editing and visual effects.
  • Bachelor of Visual Arts, Australian National University. Students develop and refine high-level technical and creative skills, and knowledge for working with the forms, materials and technologies of their chosen studio discipline.
  • Bachelor of Visual Arts, La Trobe University. The La Trobe University Bendigo campus offers outstanding workshops for visual practice, as well as a gallery and exhibition space which is regularly used to showcase outstanding artwork, helping students to obtain a professional profile during their final and Honours years. Also available in Mildura campus.
  • Diploma of Visual Arts / Bachelor of Art (4 years), University of the Sunshine Coast. This dual qualification you first complete the Diploma of Visual Arts at TAFE Queensland (SCIT campus in Noosa) and then complete the degree at USC.
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts, La Trobe University. Develop your creative abilities - allowing you to experiment and explore creative practices and preparing you for ongoing future transformations in creative writing, performance and media arts roles.
  • Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication), University of Western Sydney. Underpinned by a foundation of graphic design, the program delivers a mix of creative and professional design approaches encompassing typography, image graphics and graphic systems.
  • Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication), Billy Blue College of Design. Typography, branding, publication design, advertising, image making, packaging, web design, information design and advertising.
  • Bachelor of Applied Design (Digital Media), Billy Blue College of Design. Process of communicating specifically in a digital environment using images, typography, sound, motion and interactivity for expression, communication, social interaction and education.
  • Diploma of Visual Arts (42 weeks), South Bank Institute of Technology. Covering everything from painting, drawing and sculpture, to digital media, photography and community projects.

Creative Industries.

Careers: Display & Event Designer, Animator, Web Designer, Web Developer, Desktop Publisher, CD Producer, DVD Producer, Digital Media Manager, Audio Specialist, Television Director, Film & Television Producer, Videographer, Film Critic, Production Coordinator.

  • Bachelor of Creative Industries, Edith Cowan University. This major provides opportunities for developing creative expression, vocational skills within the film and video industries, and critical understanding and appreciation of these media.
  • Bachelor of Creative Industries (Media Design), James Cook University. Emphasises the role of the artist and the development of creative concepts in media design and art. Study digital imaging, digital video, design for print, introduction to Web Design.

Film Studies and TV Production.

Careers: Film Director, Film Editor, Film Producer, Film Critic, Television Producer, Cinematographer, Scriptwriter, Media Teacher, Media Support Officer, Online Producer, Advertiser, Video/ digital artist.

  • Bachelor of Film and Screen Media Production, Griffith University. You'll develop knowledge and skills in production, direction, camera, sound, lighting, editing, digital compositing, scriptwriting and research; and explore new forms of digital media including video for the World Wide Web and desktop.
  • Bachelor of Film and Screen Media Production (Hons.), Griffith University. Comprises a significant independent studio research and internship project to be completed under formal supervision and complemented by associated methodological theoretical courses and an appropriate elective course to be chosen with the supervisor's approval from the suite of undergraduate courses.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Screen Studies), James Cook University. This course is a journey through cinema, popular culture and communication theory. Encompasses all forms of visual media, including television, video, computer games and the internet.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Cinema Studies), La Trobe University. Study contemporary and historical forms of film, visual culture, narrative form, screenwriting, screen analysis and criticism. Explore the film industry and the interaction between film and society.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Film and New Media), Australian National University. Designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of film culture. Study film in all its genres and formats, from celluloid to the new media worlds of digital FX, continues to be a leading art form and a major means of communication of our time.
  • Diploma of Screen and Media packaged with Certificate IV in Screen and Media (6 months), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. You will be obtaining skills in pre-production, production, lighting, digital audio, video editing, 3D modelling, 3D animation, production project management and post-production stages of screen and media projects.
  • Bachelor of Screen Production, Holmesglen. Specialising in Animation or Live Action. Explores the theories and practice of film-making and digital video production.
  • Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Short Film) - 2 years, Holmesglen. Reflects the role of personnel who work with a high level of creative specialisation in film and television production, post-production and production management areas.
  • Diploma of Screen and Media (Radio and TV), Holmesglen. Students learn skills for creating, producing and presenting both radio and television programs. Students produce their own television show HIT TV, broadcast on community television station, Channel 31. Students also participate in industry work experience.
  • Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Animation and Digital Media) - 6 months, Holmesglen. Intended to provide a general introduction to digital media skills which apply to the fields of film and television, animation and interactive multimedia.

Journalism & Mass Communications.

Careers: Public education, Commercial communication, Arts and Leisure Management, Public relations, Interactive media, Writer in Newspapers, Radio, Television, Websites & Corporate communications teams.

  • Bachelor of Communication, Griffith University. Communication skills and techniques, including screen production, analysis of the mass media and communication industries, marketing, public relations, creative writing, new technologies journalism and photography. You will also have the opportunity to be placed into internships in the media and other related areas. Available in Nathan & Gold Coast campuses.
  • Bachelor of Communication, Edith Cowan University. Students can select their major from the following disciplines: Advertising, Broadcasting, Creative Services, Journalism, Media, Culture & Mass Communications & Public Relations.
  • Bachelor of Communication (Hons.), Edith Cowan University. A fourth year of study for students who have completed the third year of the Bachelor of Communications. Consists of coursework units and a research project.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Information and Media), University of Technology Sydney. Specifically designed to respond to the new demands created by the increasing convergence of information, media and communication, design, and the creative arts.
  • Bachelor of Communication, University of the Sunshine Coast. A practical focus that emphasise professional communication and offer a balanced mix of theory, analysis and professional experience. In the final year, work experience is often available in local communication industries.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication, University of Technology Sydney. This course has been specifically designed to respond to the new demands created by the increasing convergence of information, media and communication, design, and the creative arts.
  • Bachelor of Professional Communication, Central Queensland University. A practice-oriented program that requires you to engage in real-world scenarios working with real-world clients.
  • Diploma of Communications, Perth International Business and Technology. Smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year bachelor course. 3 possible start dates (Feb, Jun, Oct).
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Journalism), University of Technology Sydney. Develops professional skills across all media and critically engages with the intellectual, ethical and political foundations of journalism.
  • Bachelor of Journalism, Griffith University. This professionally oriented degree has been designed, in conjunction with industry specialists, to ensure graduates have expertise in more than media studies. You'll develop production skills, gain work experience and study topics on which you'll be reporting. Available in Nathan & Gold Coast campuses.
  • Bachelor of Journalism, La Trobe University. You´ll have the opportunity to hone their skills in research, writing, editing and media production in preparation for a media career, while also delivering a broad understanding of the media s role and operation.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Writing and Cultural Studies), University of Technology Sydney. Explore and develop your own writing ability to high level, giving you the skills to work as writer in a range of contexts across the communications, arts and media sectors.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Media and Writing), James Cook University. Specialise in writing for the media or professional writing. Students are introduced to using cameras and microphones to collect stories. You will also learn how to interpret the law from a journalist's perspective.
  • Bachelor of Multimedia Journalism, James Cook University. You will be across all of these exciting mediums (from videos to audio and pictures, as well as from text and social networks on their mobile platforms and tablets), breaking stories and generating copy for your tech-savvy target audience.
  • Bachelor of Communication - Journalism, University of Western Sydney. Integrates an understanding of how communication works with realworld experience in broadcast, print and online journalism.
  • Bachelor of Journalism, University of the Sunshine Coast. You are provided with professional skills and a theoretical understanding across different media: print, broadcast, and the web. Courses are taught by respected industry professionals and include news writing, online journalism, feature writing, digital photojournalism, media law, editing, and computer-assisted reporting.
  • Bachelor Of Communication (Journalism), APM College of Business and Communication. Redefines the journalist role in the media and communications sector. Practical experience is gained through industry placement and an up-to-date perspective of the present and future media is explored to prepare for the new media age.

Multimedia.

Careers: in Film and TV, Special effects, Interactive games development, Web and other advertising, Sound and music production, Designer in the communication, hospitality and entertainment industries.

  • Bachelor of Multimedia, Griffith University. A blend of digital technologies and creative arts, this degree introduces you to a wide range of multimedia design, production, management, and evaluation skills. Available in Nathan & Gold Coast campuses.
  • Bachelor of Multimedia with Honours, Griffith University. Graduates will also have designed a research study, performed the research and presented their findings in one or more formats. The program is designed to prepare graduates for entry to a research higher degree. Available in Nathan & Gold Coast campuses.
  • Bachelor of Multimedia Journalism, James Cook University. You will be across all of these exciting mediums (from videos to audio and pictures, as well as from text and social networks on their mobile platforms and tablets), breaking stories and generating copy for your tech-savvy target audience.
  • Bachelor of Multimedia Studies, Central Queensland University. Combines new media technology with creative arts and will equip you with the knowledge and skills to work on cutting-edge solutions for technical and creative projects.
  • Bachelor of Multimedia Studies (Honours), Central Queensland University. Allows you to extend your knowledge in a specific area of multimedia and prepares you to enhance your career prospects or move successfully into postgraduate research.

Photography.

Careers: Fine art and public artist, News, Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer.

Post-production.

  • Short course in Digital Video with Premiere Pro (9 weeks), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Classes are delivered face-to-face in multimedia labs and students will learn through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, tutorials, online resources and practical application.

Radio.

  • Diploma of Screen and Media (Radio and TV), Holmesglen. Students learn skills for creating, producing and presenting both radio and television programs. Students produce and present radio shows from the Chadstone campus radio studio and broadcast on SYN Radio 90.7FM. Students also participate in industry work experience.
Sport Journalism.
  • Bachelor of Journalism (Sport), La Trobe University. The course offers specialised preparation for a sport journalism career by covering topics including sport management, sport reporting, and sport media production.
 

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