Do you dream of showcasing your creative work in galleries and exhibitions around the world?
If so, you can take inspiration from the many Southern Cross University graduates whose careers are thriving after completing our Bachelor of Art and Design.
This internationally acknowledged degree is designed to enhance your artistic flair and develop your career options as an artist, curator or designer. Students are immersed in a rich studio experience with an atmosphere that inspires creativity, and access to the dynamic arts scene of the Northern Rivers.
From our purpose-built, well-equipped studios, you'll develop your skills in painting, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture, digital arts and design, and drawing.
Our graduates have featured in some of Australia's most prestigious arts awards, and their work features regularly in commercial and public settings, both nationally and internationally.
You may also use this degree as a precursor to further study, through Honours and PhD, with a view to careers in research and education.
Students applying for the Bachelor of Art and Design must complete a folio presentation and interview prior to being granted entry into the degree. For more information, please contact the Course Coordinator on email@example.com
Students applying for the Bachelor of Art and Design must complete a folio presentation and interview prior to being granted entry into the degree.
Students complete core studies in:
In second and third year, students select from a range of creative and media arts units and/or units from across the University to complement their areas of interest.
To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Art and Design, students must complete the equivalent of 24 units (288 credit points), comprising:
16 core units (240 credit points) and
4 equivalent elective units or a shared minor (48 credit points).
Students may be eligible to exit with an Associate Degree of Art and Design after completing the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points) with a minimum of 12 core units.
Students may be eligible to exit with a Diploma of Art and Design after completing the equivalent of 8 core units (96 credit points).