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Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts) (Honours) (with specialisations)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Acting for Screen and Stage)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(ActScreen&Stage)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Animation and Visual Effects)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(Anim&VFX)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Design for Theatre and Television)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(DsgnTheatre&TV)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Fine Arts)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(FineArts)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Graphic Design)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(GraphicDsgn)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Jewellery)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(Jewellery)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Multimedia Arts)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(MultimediaArts)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Photography)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(Phtg)

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts)(Honours)(Television Production)
BA(VPA)(Hons)(TVProdn)

+ Course Availability Modes and Locations

Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.

Bachelor of Arts (Visual and Performing Arts) (Honours) (with specialisations) (1510PA)
On Campus Wagga Wagga
Distance Education Wagga Wagga

Normal course duration

Full-time 1.0 years (2.0 sessions)

Admission criteria

The Honours course is only available to applicants who have been awarded or are eligible to graduate with an appropriate undergraduate degree.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum of a credit average and a distinction or better in third level major studio subjects or have achieved comparable grades from another institution.

In addition, all applicants must submit a written proposal outlining:

The written submission must be accompanied by:

The topic and the methodology may not be changed except with the approval of the Honours Coordinator.

The Faculty may, on the advice from the ad hoc Honours Committee, admit applicants deemed to posses qualifications or background equivalent to the above standard admissions criteria.

Credit

Credit will be awarded on an individual basis, but no credit is available for the 32 points project/dissertation subject (VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project).

Graduation requirement

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 64 points.

Course structure

The course consists of the following subjects:

ART401 Theories of Criticism (16 points)
ART402 Reading Subject (16 points)
VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project (32 points)

+ Residential School

No subjects with a Residential School component have been identified in this course.

+ Workplace Learning

No subjects with a Workplace Learning component have been identified in this course.

Enrolment pattern

Full-time

First Session

ART401 Theories of Criticism (16 points) (commenced)
ART402 Reading Subject (16 points) (commenced)
VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project (32 points) (commenced)

Second Session

ART401 Theories of Criticism (16 points) (completed)
ART402 Reading Subject (16 points) (completed)
VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project (32 points) (completed)

Part-time

First Session

ART401 Theories of Criticism (16 points) (commenced)
ART402 Reading Subject (16 points) (commenced)

Second Session

ART401 Theories of Criticism (16 points) (completed)
ART402 Reading Subject (16 points) (completed)

Third Session

VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project (32 points) (commenced)

Fourth Session

VPA415 Visual and Performing Arts Honours Project (32 points) (completed)

Contact

For further information about Charles Sturt University, or this course offering, please contact info.csu on 1800 334 733 (free call within Australia) or email inquiry@csu.edu.au

The information contained in the 2013 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: October 2012. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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