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  • Bachelor of Art and Design

    Bachelor of Art and Design students explore the theoretical side of the arts looking at curatorial practice and historical perspectives as well as a practical studio element which may involve painting, drawing, sculpture, digital arts or printmaking.

    ​Southern Cross University
  • Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    University of Western Australia
  • Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    Deakin University
  • Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts)

    Bachelor of Arts gives students the chance to study humanities, social sciences or liberal arts and offers a more flexible range of subjects than other degrees. A broad base education with a selected major is standard.

    ​Edith Cowan University
  • Bachelor of Contemporary Art

    Bachelor of Contemporary Art students study the theoretical, technical and conceptual skills necessary to creating contemporary art. This course includes a strong studio practice focus and the building of a creative portfolio.

    ​University of South Australia
  • Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art

    Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art students explore the traditions, styles, histories and forms of this art. This course is only available to those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island descent.

    ​Griffith University
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts & Design)

    Bachelor of Creative Arts students explore all aspects of the creative arts including performing, visual and digital mediums. Courses may offer you the chance to specialise in one or more areas.

    ​University of Wollongong
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts)

    Bachelor of Creative Arts students explore all aspects of the creative arts including performing, visual and digital mediums. Courses may offer you the chance to specialise in one or more areas.

    Flinders University
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts)

    Bachelor of Creative Arts students explore all aspects of the creative arts including performing, visual and digital mediums. Courses may offer you the chance to specialise in one or more areas.

    Deakin University
  • Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts)

    Bachelor of Creative Arts students explore all aspects of the creative arts including performing, visual and digital mediums. Courses may offer you the chance to specialise in one or more areas.

    ​University of Wollongong
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