The course comprises a major studio sequence in photography, a major sequence in graphic design, and six contextual subjects.
Photography Core Subjects
PHT114 Digital Imaging
PHT115 Black and White Analogue Photography
PHT220 Photo Imaging
PHT221 Digital Photography Studio
PHT203 Imaging Theories and Techniques
PHT222 Photo media Studio
PHT321 Photography Practice and Research (16 points)
VPA101 Fundamentals of Design
VPA104 Introduction to Digital Imaging
VPA319 Studio Research and Seminar (24 points)
ART214 Aspects of Design, 1850 to Present
ART222 Art, Technology and Culture
COM226 Media: History and Society
ETH205 Ethics and Law for the Creative Industries
VIS101 Visual Communication
VIS102 History of Photography
VIS202 Contemporary Photography
Graphic Design Core Subjects
GRP103 Introduction to Digital Technologies and Design
GRP117 Graphic Design Theory and Practice
VPA105 Digital Publishing & Typography
GRP223 Digital Design
GRP224 Design for Industry
GRP225 Experimental Design
GRP226 Advertising & Design
GRP322 Campaigns, publishing and identity (16 points)
VPA320 Studio research and seminar (24 points)
Students wishing to undertake an add-on Honours program in either discipline area would apply for admission to the relevant Honours program in the normal way. Students wishing to undertake Honours in both disciplines would complete the first Honours program and then, upon admission to the second Honours program, be awarded credit in the second program for common coursework subjects completed in the first Honours program.
Students may elect to exit with an Associate Degree in Photography at this point
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8 years part-time on campus
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