Accredited courses

If you're serious about boosting your career options or taking your learning to the next level, an accredited online qualification through Open Universities Australia is the way to go.

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Bachelor of Arts (Digital Design)

The Digital Design major allows you to experience the exciting, creative fields within digital design and interactive media.
This major provides you with a comprehensive theory and practice-based education in digital design, focusing on key principles and techniques in website design, user interaction / experience design (UI/UX) and app design. You will use digital technologies to develop forward-thinking and innovative design solutions to real-world problems.
The major has a strong industry and design research focus, and you will work on real-world projects, facilitated by experienced staff and industry specialists. There is emphasis on concept generation, creative problem-solving, aesthetics and advanced technical skills in digital technologies using the latest digital production software.
Students may choose to study the following combinations of two single majors to obtain the double major award:

Digital Design and Fine Art
Digital Design and Internet Communications
Digital Design and Professional Writing & Publishing
Digital Design and Visual Culture

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Arts & Humanities

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Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art)

If you aspire to become a professional artist and want to contribute to the artistic, aesthetic and social needs of our society, the Fine Art major may suit you. The Fine Art major draws upon the diverse and complex traditions of Fine Art and calls for a high degree of self-discipline, a capacity for self-criticism and dedication to the demanding profession of being an artist. This degree aims to produce highly accomplished and knowledgeable graduates able to contribute to the artistic, aesthetic and social needs of contemporary society.

Students may choose to study the following combinations of two single majors to obtain the double major award:

Fine Art and Visual Culture
Digital Design and Fine Art
Fine Art and Internet Communication
Fine Art and Professional Writing & Publishing

Please refer to the respective degree pages for more details.

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Arts & Humanities

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Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) and (Visual Culture)

This degree offers a choice of two single majors: BA (Fine Art) or BA (Visual Culture). Students may choose to study both single majors to obtain the BA (Fine Art) and (Visual Culture).

If you would like to explore the full breadth of art practice including theory and history, combining the two majors into a BA (Fine Art) and (Visual Culture) is highly recommended. The combination of these degrees will offer you broad experience in visual arts , theory and practice. You will have access to an online learning resource area which includes an art image database, examples of artwork presentations for assessment and technical advice. These degrees are delivered fully online.

If you aspire to become a professional artist and want to contribute to the artistic, aesthetic and social needs of our society, the Fine Art major may suit you. The Fine Art major draws upon the diverse and complex traditions of Fine Art and calls for a high degree of self-discipline, a capacity for self-criticism and dedication to the demanding profession of being an artist. This degree aims to produce highly accomplished and knowledgeable graduates able to contribute to the artistic, aesthetic and social needs of contemporary society.

In the Visual Culture major students explore the history and theories of art and learn to critically evaluate how art informs our world. Students are also trained in practices of seeing and representation through technical and intuitive skills based in drawing.

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Arts & Humanities

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Bachelor of Arts (Visual Culture)

In the Visual Culture major students explore the history and theories of art and learn to critically evaluate how art informs our world. Students are also trained in practices of seeing and representation through technical and intuitive skills based in drawing.

Students may choose to study the following combinations of two single majors to obtain the double major award:

Fine Art and Visual Culture
Digital Design and Visual Culture
Internet Communication and Visual Culture
Professional Writing & Publishing and Visual Culture

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Arts & Humanities

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