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Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts)
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Type: Bachelor
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Objectives:
A flexible programme for students who have completed a vocational education and training or associate degree programme in the performing arts (Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts from WAAPA or equivalent Associate Diploma from other institutions) and who have achieved distinction within their principal skills' training practice. In practical terms, the course aims to provide a pathway for students who wish to pursue further studies in the creative arts or to access the profession from another perspective, usually as alternatives to mainstream practices. The course develops graduates with skills in communication, imaginative and critical thinking, problem solving, research and analysis and the initiative for greater flexibility to pursue careers in contemporary multi‑arts environments. Through the projects that students will develop, produce and market as part of the course, it is expected that an appropriate understanding and awareness of artistic processes as research will be achieved.
Entry Requirements:
For students who have completed a vocational education and training or associate degree programme in the performing arts (Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts from WAAPA or equivalent Associate Diploma from other institutions) and who have achieved distinction within their principal skills' training practice.
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Bachelor of Arts (Performing Arts)
Course Description:
Related careers
Actor, Actress, Performer, Entertainer,

This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

This course requires the successful completion of 180 credit points.

Year Two - Semester 2
Unit            Description                                                                 Points

PAD3101    Principal Practice                                                              15
PAD3103    Theory and Practice of Contemporary Performance         15
Elective Study 1 *
Elective Study 2 *

Year Three - Semester 1
Unit            Description                                                                     Points

PAD3115    Arts Project Research, Establishment and Evaluation         15
PAD3116    Arts Project                                                                         15
PAD3102    Event Management                                                             15
Elective Study 3 *

Year Three - Semester 2
Unit            Description                                                                     Points

PAD3107    New Technologies and Creative Practices                           15
PAD3205    Arts Project Research, Establishment and Evaluation 2      15
PAD3206    Arts Project 2                                                                       15
PAD3104    Group Processes                                                                 15

Recommended Electives
Unit            Description                                                                     Points

ADM1250    History of the Arts                                                              10
ADM2450    The Arts in Contemporary Society                                      10
PAM2006    Arts Management                                                               10
IMM1120    Introduction to Digital Technologies and Multimedia          15
MST2151    Media and Identity                                                             15
VIS2191    Graphic Design 1                                                                 15
VIS2393    Graphic Design 3                                                                 15
Or any third year unit not previously undertaken from the student's principal disciplinary area

* Students must achieve a total of 45 credit points overall for all their electives. This can be made up of 3 x 15CP electives or 3 x 10CP and 1 x 15CP electives.
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