Bachelor of Creative Arts
The Bachelor of Creative Arts is a three year full time course
made up of a combination of theory and practical work in a major
Applicants need to meet the artistic requirements determined
by an interview or audition. Applicants must be prepared to demonstrate
their ability (in both theory and artistic practice) to meet
the criteria for a proposed major. No applications (whether made
via the UAC or directly to UOW) will be considered unless the
student has completed and submitted a Creative Arts application
for Interview/ Audition by Friday 30 September 2004. A late application
fee of $50 will apply for applications submitted after the closing
date. Portfolio and/or audition requirements are specified below
for each major.
International applications may be submitted anytime throughout
the year, for commencement in the next academic year.
Advanced standing arrangements for the Bachelor of Creative
Arts are currently under review. Students seeking advanced
standing are advised to contact the Faculty of Creative Arts
office for further details.
The BCA degree requires 3 years of full-time study or part-time
equivalent and the completion of subjects to the value of 144
Students enrolling in the BCA are required to complete either:
- 108 credit points of core subjects in the major (36 credit
points each at 100, 200 and 300 level); and
- 36 credit points
of elective subjects of which no more than 18 credit points
may be taken at 100 level.
- 144 credit points of core subjects in the Visual Arts and
Graphic Design major.
A limited range of electives is offered by the Faculty of Creative
Arts. However, students are encouraged to take advantage of the
full range of subjects available within the University. The core
subjects focus on practice in conjunction with a study in the
history and theory of the discipline.
A fourth year is available at Honours level for outstanding
Major Study Areas