The Associate Degree of Creative Industries requires two years of full-time study (or the equivalent part-time).
The Associate Degree of Creative Industries is administered by the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
The Associate Degree of Creative Industries is offered only as an exit award for students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Creative Industries who choose not to complete.
The Associate Degree of Creative Industries aims to:
- develop and apply creativity and strategic thinking in the design and analysis of creative and cultural industries sector projects and events
- promote the ability to work with digital technologies and applications
- provide experience in working independently and collaboratively as part of a small team
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- apply theoretical frameworks in the analysis of creative industries projects and events
- critically appraise creative industries projects and events in terms of their cultural and societal outcomes
- design creative industries projects and events while working independently and collaboratively
- critically assess the cultural contexts for the creative arts and industries
- combine skills in creative development and project management and apply them to deliver small-scale projects
Program of study
To qualify for the Associate Degree of Creative Industries, a student must complete 72 units in the Bachelor of Creative Industries with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic.
The 72 units must include:
COMS1001 Academic and Professional Communication (4.5 units)
CREA1001 Introduction to the Creative Arts (4.5 units)
CREA2102 Innovation and Creative Enterprise (4.5 units)
INDG2004 Reconciliation and Indigenous Knowledges (4.5 units)
VEED1003 Essential Multimedia (4.5 units)
22.5 units of Year 1 topics taken from any Bachelor of Creative Industries specialisations
27 units of Year 2 topics taken from any Bachelor of Creative Industries specialisations