2018 Undergraduate Courses

Minor Study Areas (Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts) | 2018

The Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts offers the following minors:

Ancient History

To declare a minor in Ancient History, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
HIST112 Lost Worlds: The 'Big History' of Ancient History 6
HIST259 Ancient History: Greece 6
HIST262 Ancient History: Rome 6
HIST386 Ancient Texts 6

Animal Studies

To declare a minor in Animal Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:
 

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
PHIL256 Environmental Philosophy: Animals, Nature and Ethics 6
SOC 235 Living with Animals 6
ENGL381 Animals and Ecology in Literature and Film 6
Plus ONE of the following:
INDS205 Indigenous Peoples and the Environment 6
STS 216 Environmental Sociology and Politics 6
SOC 226 New Social Movements 6
GEOG222 Society and Environment: Resources, Challenges, Futures 6
LAW 337 Animal Law 6
INTS311 Human Security, Global Capitalism and the Environment 6
STS 302 Climate Change Policy, Possible Futures 6
PHIL326 Bioethics 6
CAVA332 Globalisation and Contemporary Art 6

Art History

The Art History Minor Study is not available to students studying the BCA Visual Arts major or BCA Visual Arts and Design major.

To declare a minor in Art History, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core:
CAVA232 Contemporary Indigenous Art: Theory and Practice 6
CAVA231 Visual Art, Modernism and the Avant-garde 6
CAVA331 Contemporary Artworlds 6
CAVA332 Globalisation and Contemporary Art 6

Asia Pacific Studies

To declare a minor in Asia Pacific Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
INTS121 Global Politics and Power 6
Plus at least THREE from:
BCM 320 Digital Asia 6
HIST200 Oceans of History: Exploration and Encounters 6
HIST204 Illicit Trades: Trafficking and Slavery in Global History 6
HIST293 China since 1949 6
JAPA220 The Making of a Globalised Japan 6
POL 308 The Politics of Asian Development 6

Australian Studies

To declare a minor in Australian Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
AUST101 Australian Studies: Cultures and Identities 6
OR
AUST102 Locating Australia 6
Plus THREE from the following. At least TWO must be at 200 or 300 level.
AUST101 Australian Studies: Cultures and Identities 6
AUST102 Locating Australia 6
ENGL131 Australian Fiction and Film 6
INDS150 Introduction to Indigenous Australia 6
HIST292 Power and Protest in Australia 6
HIST258 Australians and the Great War 6
HIST351 Debates in Australian History 6

Chinese(Mandarin) for Character Background Students

A minor study in Mandarin consists of four sequential subjects.

A beginner student takes a minor by studying MAND161, MAND162, MAND271 and MAND272. 

A student who had studied Mandarin to HSC level and who commenced university Mandarin in 2018 at second year level could take a minor by studying MAND271, MAND272, MAND371 and MAND372

To declare a minor in Mandarin, students are required to complete the following:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginner Entry Minor
MAND161 Chinese (Mandarin) for Character Background Students (CBS) 1 6
MAND162 Chinese (Mandarin) for Character Background Students (CBS) 2 6
MAND271 Intermediate Chinese 1 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6
MAND272 Intermediate Chinese 2 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6
Intermediate Entry Minor
MAND271 Intermediate Chinese 1 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6
MAND272 Intermediate Chinese 2 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6
MAND371 Advanced Chinese 1 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6
MAND372 Advanced Chinese 2 for Character Background Students (CBS) 6

Chinese (Mandarin) For Non-Chinese Background Students

A minor study in Mandarin consists of four sequential subjects.

A beginner student takes a minor by studying MAND151, MAND152, MAND231 and MAND232. A student who had studied Mandarin to HSC level and who commenced university Mandarin in 2018 at second year level could take a minor by studying MAND231, MAND232, MAND331 and MAND332.

To declare a minor in Mandarin, students are required to complete the following:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginner Entry Minor
MAND151 Chinese (Mandarin) for Beginners 1 6
MAND152 Chinese (Mandarin) for Beginners 2 6
MAND231 Intermediate Chinese 1 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6
MAND232 Intermediate Chinese 2 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6
Intermediate Entry Minor 2018
MAND231 Intermediate Chinese 1 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6
MAND232 Intermediate Chinese 2 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6
MAND331 Advanced Chinese 1 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6
MAND332 Advanced Chinese 2 for Non-Chinese Background Students (NCB) 6

Creative Arts

To declare a minor in Creative Arts, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Students must complete TWO of the following:
CACS101 Contemporary Creative Practice 6
CACS102 Critical Frameworks in Creative Practice 6
CACW100 Introduction to Creative Writing 6
CACW103 Editing Foundation 6
CACW104 Text and Context 6
CAPA111 Stage Management 6
CAPA112 Introduction to Lighting and Sound 6
CAVA111 Visual Arts Studio Workshop A 6
CAVA112 Visual Arts Studio Workshop B 6
CAVA113 Visual Arts Studio Workshop C 6
CAVA124 Introduction to Photography 1 6
CAVA125 Introduction to Photography 2 6
CAVA126 Introduction to Photography Intensive 6
CAGD190 Design Principles 6
BCM 115 Introduction to Screen Media 6
MEDA102 Alternative Cinemas 6
Plus TWO of the following:
CAOS202 Word and Image 6
CAOS203 Video 6
CAOS204 Sound Design 6
CAOS205 New Documentary 6
CAPF222 Theatre Studio: Methodologies 6
CAVA211 Visual Arts Studio Workshop D 6
CAVA212 Visual Arts Studio Workshop E 6
CAVA213 Visual Arts Studio Workshop F 6
CAVA224 Advanced Photography 1 6
CAVA225 Advanced Photography 2 6
CAVA226 Advanced Photography Intensive 6
CAGD290 Design Practice 6
BCM 216 Transmedia Storytelling 6
MEDA202 Tangible Media 6

Creative Production

To declare a minor in Creative Production, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Choose TWO from the following:
BCM 115 Introduction to Screen Media 6
CAMS103 Introduction to Audio Production 6
CAMS104 Introduction to Music Production 6
Plus TWO from the following:
CAOS204 Sound Design 6
CAOS203 Video 6
BCM 216 Transmedia Storytelling 6
CAPA216 Lighting 6

Creative Writing

The Creative Writing Minor Study is not available to students studying the Bachelor of Creative Arts - Creative Writing Major

To declare a minor in Creative Writing, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
CACW100 Introduction to Creative Writing 6
Plus ONE from the following:
CACW103 Editing Foundation 6
CACW104 Text and Context 6
Plus TWO from the following:
CACW201 Poetic Studio 6
CACW202 Dramatic Studio 6
CACW203 Narrative Studio 6
CACW231 Writing, Representation and Power 6
CACW232 Writing and Critical Theory 6

Cultural Studies

To declare a minor in Cultural Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core:
CST 120Culture and Society6
CST 244The Everyday Life of Social Policy6
CST 245Crisis, Catastrophe and Cultural Change6
Electives
Plus ONE from the following:
CST 351Commerce and Culture6
CST 361Cultures of Sex, Gender and Sexuality6
CST 371Race and Place6
SOC 238Happiness: Investigating its Causes and Conditions6
SOC 329Globalisation and Social Transformation6
SOC 344Emotions, Bodies & Society6
SOC 347Sociology of Health, Illness and Medicine6
SOC 356Cultures in Dispossession6

 

Design

(This minor is suspended for 2018)

To declare a minor in Design, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points: 

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
CAGD190 Design Principles 6
CAGD290 Design Practice 6
CAOS202 Word and Image 6
Plus ONE from the following:
CAVA111 Visual Arts Studio Workshop A 6
CAVA112 Visual Arts Studio Workshop B 6
CAVA113 Visual Arts Studio Workshop C 6
CAVA124 Introduction to Photography 1 6
CAVA125 Introduction to Photography 2 6
CAVA126 Introduction to Photography Intensive 6
MEDA101 Introduction To Media Arts 6

Design History

The Design History Minor Study is not available to students studying the BCA Graphic Design major or BCA Visual Arts and Design major.

To declare a minor in Design History, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
CAGD231 Graphic Design and Visual Communication Theory 1 6
CAGD232 Graphic Design and Visual Communication Theory 2 6
CAGD331 New Media and Visual Communication Theory 6
CAGD332 Advanced Graphic Design and Visual Communication Theory 6

Digital and Social Media

To declare a minor in Digital and Social Media, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
BCM 112 Emergent Media 6
BCM 206 Future Networks 6
BCM 325 Future cultures 6
Plus at least ONE of the following:
BCM 214 Digital and Social Innovation 6
BCM 215 Game Media 6
BCM 300 Game Making 6
BCM 302 Advanced Digital Media Project 6

English Language and Linguistics

To declare a minor in English Language and Linguistics, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
ELL 110 Language in Social Life 6
ELL 182 Effective Written Communication (ESB) 6
Plus TWO from the following:
ELL 230 Communication Across Cultures 6
ELL 240 Digital Tools for Language Learning and Language Analysis 6
ELL 272 Functional Grammar and Text Analysis 6
ELL 280 Sound and meaning in language: variety, society and identity 6
ELL 330 World Englishes 6
ELL 380 Language as Evidence in Social Inquiry 6
ELL 372 Current Developments in Discourse Analysis 6

English Literatures

To declare a minor in English Literatures, students are required to complete at least 24 credit points of subjects from the schedule of the English Literatures major of which 12 credit points must be at least 200 level or higher.

Environmental Humanities

A minor in Environmental Humanities consists of 24 credit points comprising:

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
INDS205Indigenous Peoples and the Environment6
PHIL256Environmental Philosophy: Animals, Nature and Ethics6
STS 216Environmental Sociology and Politics6
Plus ONE of:
SOC 235Living with Animals6
HIST292Power and Protest in Australia6
SOC 208Cities, Communities and Families6
SOC 226New Social Movements6
GEOG222Society and Environment: Resources, Challenges, Futures6
STS 286Risk, Media and Communication6
INTS311Human Security, Global Capitalism and the Environment6
STS 302Climate Change Policy, Possible Futures6
ENGL381Animals and Ecology in Literature and Film6
PHIL326Bioethics6
CAVA332Globalisation and Contemporary Art6

Ethics

To declare a minor in Ethics, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points: 

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
Core
*PHIL107Introduction to Philosophy6
*If PHIL107 has already been taken as part of a Philosophy Major, students may instead substitute PHIL106 or PHIL151.
**PHIL218Ethics: Good, Bad and Evil6
**If PHIL218 has already been taken as part of Philosophy Major, students may instead substitute PHIL256.
PHIL226Global Ethics6
Plus ONE from the following:
PHIL319Political Philosophy: Justice, Equality and Rights6
PHIL326Bioethics6
Recommended (but not required):
PHIL256Environmental Philosophy: Animals, Nature and Ethics6

An Ethics Minor can be taken in conjunction with a Philosophy Major as long as there is no duplication of subjects comprising each program of study.

European Studies

To declare a minor in European Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points: 

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
HIST111 The Modern World 6
HIST305 Europe in World History 6
Plus TWO from the following:
FREN230 The Making of France and the French Nation 6
ITAL230 Italy: Past and Present 6
SPAN230 The Hispanic World 6
ENGL357 Sex, Power, and Chivalry - Medieval to Modern Literature 6
HIST371 Twentieth Century Dictatorships 6
LANG335 Literature and Society in Renaissance Europe 6

French

To declare a minor in French, students are required to complete four sequential language subjects in French.

A beginner student takes a minor by studying FREN151, FREN152, FREN241 AND FREN242

An intermediate student who studied French to HSC level and who commenced university French in 2018 at second year level takes a minor by studying FREN241, FREN242,  FREN341 AND FREN342. FREN230 or FREN330 cannot be counted towards the minor.

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginner Entry
FREN151 French for Beginners 1 6
FREN152 French for Beginners 2 6
FREN241 Intermediate French 1 6
FREN242 Intermediate French 2 6
Intermediate Entry
FREN241 Intermediate French 1 6
FREN242 Intermediate French 2 6
FREN341 Advanced French 1 6
FREN342 Advanced French 2 6

Game Production

To declare a minor in Game Production, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
BOTH:
BCM 215 Game Media 6
BCM 300 Game Making 6
A minimum of ONE of:
BCM 114 Making Media 6
CACW100 Introduction to Creative Writing 6
VCD 102 Interaction Design Fundamentals 6
VAD 190 Design Principles 6
VAD 192 Design Practice 6
Plus a minimum of ONE of:
CAOS203 Video 6
CAOS204 Sound Design 6

Gender Studies

To declare a minor in Gender Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
SOC 227 Genders and Sexualities 6
 Plus ONE from the following:
SOC 344 Emotions, Bodies & Society 6
SOC 351 Men and Masculinities 6
Plus THREE  from the following:
CST 120 Culture and Society 6
ECON208 Gender, Work and the Family 6
EDUE324 Gender and Social Justice 6
ENGL379 Desiring Bodies: Gender & Sexuality in Literature & Film 6
HIST357 The Making of the Modern Australian Woman 6
HIST387 Sex and Modern History 6
LAW 303 Family Law 6
LAW 335 Anti-Discrimination Law 6
PHIL326 Bioethics 6
SOC 344 Emotions, Bodies & Society 6
SOC 347 Sociology of Health, Illness and Medicine 6
SOC 351 Men and Masculinities 6

Global Screen Media

To declare a minor in Global Screen Media, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points: 

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
 Choose a minimum of TWO from the following:
BCM 111 Global Media and Culture 6
BCM 112 Emergent Media 6
BCM 115 Introduction to Screen Media 6
Choose a minimum of TWO from the following:
BCM 216 Transmedia Storytelling 6
BCM 217 Documentary 6
CAOS203 Video 6

Graphic Design

To declare a minor in Graphic Design, students are required to complete 24 credit points from the following:

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BOTH:
VAD 190Design Principles6
VAD 192Design Practice6
A minimum of TWO:
VCD 201Typography6
CAGD231Graphic Design and Visual Communication Theory 16
CAGD290Design Practice6
CAOS202Word and Image6
VCD 203Social Impact Design6

Indigenous Studies

To declare a minor in Indigenous Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Students must complete ONE from the following:
INDS130 Indigenous Knowledge in Global Contexts 6
INDS150 Introduction to Indigenous Australia 6
Plus one from the following:
INDS207 Critical Themes in Indigenous Studies 6
INDS208 Working with Indigenous Communities 6
Plus:
INDS305 Research and Indigenous Communities 6
Plus ONE 200 or 300 level subject from the list of electives from the major.

Indonesian

A minor in Indonesian is only available through cross institutional study.

To declare a minor in Indonesian, students are required to complete at least 24 credit points of Indonesian subjects of which 12 credit points must be at 200 level or higher.

Students interested in undertaking this minor should discuss this with the Head of Students.

Italian

To declare a minor in Italian, students are required to complete four sequential language subjects in Italian.

A beginner student takes a minor by studying ITAL151, ITAL152, ITAL241 and ITAL242.                 

A student who studied Italian to HSC Level and who commenced university Italian at second year level takes a minor by studying ITAL241, ITAL242, ITAL341 and ITAL342.

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginners Entry
ITAL151 Italian for Beginners 1 6
ITAL152 Italian for Beginners 2 6
ITAL241 Intermediate Italian 1 6
ITAL242 Intermediate Italian 2 6
Intermediate Entry (Students with HSC level Italian and commencing university Italian at second year level)
ITAL241 Intermediate Italian 1 6
ITAL242 Intermediate Italian 2 6
ITAL341 Advanced Italian 1 6
ITAL342 Advanced Italian 2 6

Japanese

To declare a minor in Japanese, students are required to complete four sequential language subjects in Japanese.

A beginner student takes a minor by studying JAPA141, JAPA142, JAPA241 and JAPA242.

A student who studied Japanese to HSC level and who commenced university Japanese in 2018 at second year level could take a minor by studying JAPA241, JAPA242, JAPA343 and JAPA344. JAPA220 cannot be counted towards the minor.

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginner Entry Minor
JAPA141 Beginner Japanese 1 6
JAPA142 Beginner Japanese 2 6
JAPA241 Intermediate Japanese 1 6
JAPA242 Intermediate Japanese 2 6
Intermediate Entry - Minor 2018
JAPA241 Intermediate Japanese 1 6
JAPA242 Intermediate Japanese 2 6
Plus any TWO from the following:*
JAPA341 Advanced Japanese 1 6
JAPA342 Advanced Japanese 2 6
JAPA343 Advanced Japanese 3 6
JAPA344 Advanced Japanese 4 6
JAPA320 Advanced Readings in Japanese 6
* Check pre requisites prior to enrolment
Electives
Students may apply to enrol in the following at 200 level if they have successfully completed JAPA241. However JAPA 201 cannot be counted towards the minor:
JAPA201 Short Term In Country Japanese Session 6
Whilst the minor will be recorded on the student's academic transcript, it will not be stipulated on the graduation testamur.

Journalism

Students studying the Bachelor of Journalism cannot declare a Journalism minor with this degree.

To declare a minor in Journalism, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
JRNL101 Media Reporting and Storytelling 1 6
JRNL102 Convergent Media Reporting and Production 6
JRNL203 Audio Journalism Production 1 6
JRNL204 Video Journalism Production 1 6

Marketing Communication and Advertising

This version of the minor is not available to students undertaking the Bachelor of Commerce whether as a single degree or in any double degree combination. Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce and related double degrees, for whom MARK101 is a compulsory subject, may complete a minor in Marketing Communication and Advertising by substituting MGNT102.

To declare a minor in Marketing Communication and Advertising, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
MARK101 Marketing Principles 6
MARK250 Advertising Practice and Creative Strategies 6
MARK221 Public Relations Concepts 6
MARK322 Corporate Identity and Branding 6

Media Arts

To declare a minor in Media Arts, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
BCM 115 Introduction to Screen Media 6
MEDA102 Alternative Cinemas 6
BCM 216 Transmedia Storytelling 6
MEDA202 Tangible Media 6

NOTE: Students completing the 'Global Screen Media major' may not take the Media Arts Minor.

Modern History

To declare a minor in Modern History, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
HIST111 The Modern World 6
Plus ONE of the following:
AUST101 Australian Studies: Cultures and Identities 6
OR
AUST102 Locating Australia 6
Remainder of credit points selected from 200 and 300 level subjects offered in the History Major (excluding Ancient History Subjects)

Music

The Music Minor Study is not available to students studying the Bachelor of Creative Arts Music major.

To declare a minor in Music, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
CAMS101 Music Skills 1 6
CAMS102 Music Skills 2 6
Plus TWO from the following:
CAMS201 Music Studio 1 6
CAMS231 Critical Studies in Music 1 6
CAMS232 Critical Studies in Music 2 6

Philosophy

To declare a minor in Philosophy, students are required to complete at least 24 credit points of subjects from the schedule of the Philosophy major of which 12 credit points must be at least 200 level or higher.

Philosophy Of Psychology

To declare a minor in Philosophy of Psychology, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Core
*PHIL107 Introduction to Philosophy 6
 *If PHIL107 has already been taken as part of a Philosophy Major, students may instead substitute PHIL106 or PHIL151.
PHIL234 Mind, Body and World 6
PHIL318 Stories in Our Lives: Mind, Self and Psychosis 6
Plus ONE from the following:
PHIL227 The Meaning of Life: Absurdity and Existence 6
PHIL329 Imagination and Emotion 6

A Philosophy of Psychology Minor can be taken in conjunction with a Philosophy Major as long as there is no duplication of subjects comprising each program of study.

Photography

The Photography Minor study is not available to students studying the Bachelor of Creative Arts Photography major.

To declare a minor in Photography, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Students must complete TWO from the following:
CAVA124 Introduction to Photography 1 6
CAVA125 Introduction to Photography 2 6
CAVA126 Introduction to Photography Intensive 6
Plus TWO from the following:
CAVA224 Advanced Photography 1 6
CAVA225 Advanced Photography 2 6
CAVA226 Advanced Photography Intensive 6

Politics

To declare a minor in Politics, students are required to complete at least 24 credit points of subjects from the schedule of the Politics Major of which 12 credit points must be at least 200 level or higher.

Students may only count one subject at 100 level and may include a maximum of one subject with an INTS prefix.

Science and Technology Studies (STS) 

To declare a minor in Science and Technology Studies, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Science and Technology Studies
Students must complete ONE from the following:
STS 112 The Scientific Revolution 6
STS 209 Sociology of Knowledge:Theories, Methods & Practices in the Sciences 6
Plus:
STS 216 Environmental Sociology and Politics 6
STS 286 Risk, Media and Communication 6
STS 302 Climate Change Policy, Possible Futures 6

Sociology

To declare a minor in Sociology, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Students must complete ONE from the following:
SOC 103 Introduction to Sociology 6
SOC 104 Investigating Society 6
Plus the following:
SOC 207 Introduction to Social Theory 6
SOC 234 Social Research Methods 6
Plus ONE subject from the schedule of the Sociology major

Spanish

To declare a minor in Spanish, students are required to complete four sequential language subjects in Spanish.:

A beginner student takes a minor by studying SPAN151, SPAN152, SPAN241 and SPAN242.

A intermediate student who had studied Spanish to HSC level and who commenced university Spanish at second year level takes a minor by studying SPAN241, SPAN242, SPAN341 and SPAN342.   SPAN230 cannot be counted towards the minor.  

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
Beginner Entry Minor
SPAN151 Spanish for Beginners 1 6
SPAN152 Spanish for Beginners 2 6
SPAN241 Intermediate Spanish 1 6
SPAN242 Intermediate Spanish 2 6
Intermediate Entry Minor - Students HSC level Spanish and commencing university Spanish at second year level
SPAN241 Intermediate Spanish 1 6
SPAN242 Intermediate Spanish 2 6
SPAN341 Advanced Spanish 1 6
SPAN342 Advanced Spanish 2 6

Theatre

The Theatre Minor Study is not available to students studying the Bachelor of Performance or BCA Theatre major.

To declare a minor in Theatre, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
CAPF111 Stagecraft 1 6
CAPF112 Stagecraft 2 6
Plus TWO from the following:
CAPF221 Theatre Studio: Performance Workshop 6
CAPF222 Theatre Studio: Methodologies 6
CAPF231 Contemporary Theatre and Text 6
CAPF232 Contemporary Australian Theatre and its Context 6
CAPF331 Theory and Practice of Theatre in the 20th and 21st Century 6
CAPF333 Political Dramaturgy 6

Technical Theatre

The Technical Theatre Minor Study is not available to students studying the Bachelor of Performance Technical Theatre major.

To declare a minor in Technical Theatre, students are required to complete the following 24 credit points:

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
CAPA111 Stage Management 6
CAPA112 Introduction to Lighting and Sound 6
Plus ONE from the following:
CAPA211 Technical Theatre: Production 1 6
CAPA212 Technical Theatre: Production 2 6
Plus ONE from the following:
CAOS204 Sound Design 6
CAPA216 Lighting 6

Visual Arts

To complete a Minor Study in Visual Arts, students must complete 24cp from the following list.

The Visual Arts Minor Study is not available to students studying BCA Visual Arts major or BCA Visual Arts and Design Major.

Subject Code Subject Name Credit Points
A minimum of TWO
CAVA111 Visual Arts Studio Workshop A 6
CAVA112 Visual Arts Studio Workshop B 6
CAVA113 Visual Arts Studio Workshop C 6
CAVA124 Introduction to Photography 1 6
CAVA125 Introduction to Photography 2 6
CAVA126 Introduction to Photography Intensive 6
MEDA102 Alternative Cinemas 6
Plus a minimum of TWO:
CAOS202 Word and Image 6
MEDA202 Tangible Media 6
CAVA211 Visual Arts Studio Workshop D 6
CAVA212 Visual Arts Studio Workshop E 6
CAVA213 Visual Arts Studio Workshop F 6
CAVA224 Advanced Photography 1 6
CAVA225 Advanced Photography 2 6
CAVA226 Advanced Photography Intensive 6

Other Information

The Faculty may impose quotas on subjects as required to ensure optimal class sizes.

For further information email the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts: lha-enquiries@uow.edu.au.