Business and Fine Arts (Animation)

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
 
186 place StudyQA ranking:6774 Duration:4 years

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This joint program opens up a broad array of creative and business livelihood. Students graduate not only using high level technical and creative skills but also using highly complex business knowledge. In the business component students complete a group of core units to acquire a broad-based introduction to business fundamentals and match those studies using a business major. In the animation component students works in a studio setting responding to creative briefs. They'll explore creative subjects including animated filmmaking, visual effects, game development and the visual arts. Emphasis on industry workflowstools, process and skills, equips them having a strong comprehension of current industry methods from concept development to timelines and finished works. In their final year, their work will be showcased to industry professionals in a graduate exhibition.

Subject to Selection of Business major: CPA Australia; Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand; Institute of Public Accountants; Association of Chartered Certified; Profession, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants; Account Planning Group Australia; Australasian Writers and Art Directors Association; Australian Direct Marketing Association; The Communications Council; Youngbloods and nGen; Economic Society of Australia; Financial Services Institute of Australasia; Australian Human Resources Institute; Society of Human Resource Management; Australian Institute of Management; Australian Institute of Training and Development; Australian Institute of Export; Logistics Association of Australia; Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply; Australian Marketing Institute; Market Research Society of Australia; Australian Institute of Management; American Advertising Association; Australian Institute of Export; Public Relations Institute of Australia. Financial Planning Association.

  • Year 12 or equivalent
  • Assumed knowledge: English, or Literature, or English and Literature, or English as Another Language (Units 4 & 3, C)
  • For Accountancy, Finance, Financial planning, Economics, and Marketing: General Mathematics, or Mathematical Procedures, or Specialist Mathematics (Units 4 & 3, C).

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