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Objectives:
This course offers students the greatest variety of creative pathways from the specialisations in the suite of courses in the creative industries being offered at Charles Darwin University in New Media Design, Fine Arts, Communications and Music. There are no prerequisites in this course. The Bachelor of Creative Arts and Industries allows students to tap their creative potential by providing study options around the specialisations from the suite of degrees described above; and encourages and assists them in their construction of stimulating careers in the creative sector.
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Bachelor of Creative Arts And Industries (BCAI)
Course Description:
Course Structure

The course consists of common units, and core units, which are common across the suite of creative arts and industries studies in the School. Students then select a study pathway from the specialisation options in creative arts and industries, and electives from within any area of study within the University.

The flexible course structure allows students to choose suites of study that accommodate pathways into a variety of possible career choices.

A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 240 credit points as detailed below. All units are valued at 10 credit points unless otherwise indicated.

Unit type    
Credit Points
Specific requirements
Common
(2 units)    
20
Units totalling 20 credit points selected from Common Units available at the time (e.g. units coded with a prefix of "CUC"). Students must complete the compulsory regional and indigenous issues unit (CUC107) and one of the two academic skills units.

CUC107 Northern Perspectives (compulsory)
Plus either:
CUC100 Academic Literacies or
CUC106 Design and Innovation: Communicating Technology

Select Common Units to find out more.
Core
(4 units)    
40
Compulsory Core units totalling 40 credit points from units detailed below:

CAI101 Introduction to Multimedia
CAI102 Creative Practice
BCC202 Communication, Technology and Culture
CAI202 Modernity
Specialist Electives
(8 units)    
80
Specialist Electives units totalling 80 credit points selected from the list of available units detailed below:

PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING
PRS101 Principles of Public Relations
PRS201 Practising Public Relations
BCC301 Culture and Identity
MKT101 Principles of Marketing
MKT202 Marketing Communications
BCC101 Foundations of Communication Studies
BCC102 Issues in Communication Studies
BCC204 Professional Writing

COMMUNICATION DESIGN
BCC301 Culture and Identify
BCC101 Foundations of Communication Studies
BCC102 Issues in Communication Studies
BCC204 Professional Writing
NMD201 New Media Intermediate Studies (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
SVA103 Introductory Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)

CLASSICAL MUSIC
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music PLUS
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music
PLUS
MUS150 Introductory Instrumental and Vocal Studies (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
MUS260 Intermediate Instrumental and Vocal Studies (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
MUS285 History and the Performing Musician (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)

CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music (10 cp) PLUS
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music (10 cp)
PLUS
MUS150 Introductory Instrumental and Vocal Studies (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
MUS299 Technical Production (10 cp)
PMO201 Project Management (10 cp)
MUS399 Advanced Technical Production (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit) (to be introduced in 2009)

COMBINED CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
OR
MUS110 Introductory Language of Music PLUS
MUS130 Intermediate Language of Music (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
PLUS

Classical Stream
MUS150 Introductory Instrumental and Vocal Studies (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
MUS285 History and the Performing Musician
PLUS
Contemporary Music Stream
MUS299 Technical Production (10 cp
PMO201 Project Management (10 cp)
MUS399 Advanced Technical Production (10 cp) (to be introduced in 2009)

STUDIO PRACTICE (FINE ART)
SVA103 Introductory Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
SVA204 Intermediate Studio Creative Arts (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
SVA303 Advanced Studio (20 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)

ART HISTORY AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
SVA103 Introductory Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
AHT313 Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art
AHT214 Indigenous Art In Northern Australia
AHT215 Foundations of Southeast Asian Arts
AHT232 Postmodernism: Art, Architecture, Culture and Theory
CAI301 Issues in Contemporary Art (last offered in 2008)
AHT216 Representing the Other Ethnographic Film

NEW MEDIA DESIGN
SVA103 Introductory Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
NMD201 New Media Intermediate Studio (10 cp) x 2
NMD203 New Media Animation Studio
NMD204 New Media Scripting and Interactive Studio
NMD302 New Media Advanced Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)

WEB DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN
SVA103 Introductory Studio (10 cp) x 2 (repeatable unit)
NMD201 New Media Intermediate Studio (10 cp) x 2
HIT125 Application Concepts
HIT225 Web Development and Scripting
HIT234 Database Concepts
HIT325 Web Databases (available as of 2010)
Electives
(10 units)    
100
Units totalling 100 credit points selected from units offered by the University. Students
may select additonal units from one of the approved sequences as electives if desired.


CAI300 Creative Arts and Industries Honours Preparation (last offered in 2008)
    
240
Total Credit Points

Of the total 240 credit points:
· Not more than 100 credit points may be taken from 100 level units
· A minimum of 40 credit points must be taken from 300 level units
· Not more than 30 credit points shall be included with a grade of "PT" or "PC" or "PS"


COURSE CHANGES

Students enrolled in this course prior to 2009 will note there have been minor changes to the course for 2009.
Any student who would like to seek clarification on their course progression, should contact the course coordinator.

CAI300 is no longer offered as of 2009

Summary of the Changes for the Web Development Specialisation
Core Units
Students who have:

    * completed both HIT111 and HT151 will be able to follow their current progression;
    * completed either HIT111 or HIT151 will be required to complete HIT125 Application Concepts
    * have neither completed HIT111 nor HIT151 are required to complete HIT162 Information Technology Concepts plus HIT125 Application Concepts


NMD202 is no longer available as of 2009 and has been replaced by HIT225 and HIT325
Students who have

    * completed NMD202 two times in 2008 are not required to undertake HIT225 and HIT325
    * completed NMD202 once in 2008 are required to complete HIT325 in 2009
    * not completed HIT234 have to contact the course coordinator


CAI300 and CAI301 are no longer offered as of 2009.


Unit Repository – provides general information about each unit including a brief description and the semester and mode offered.
Timetables – provide detail on the individual class times for units offered internally.  Timetables for the following academic year are available from the middle of December each year.
Bookshop – if text books have been prescribed, recommended or ordered for units in this course, details are available by unit code through the Casuarina Campus Bookshop.

Career Opportunities

Graduates can find employment in the growing creative sector and work in a combination of media, including communication, public relations, marketing, design, gaming, film, music production, performance or teaching, administration, studio artist in both the public and private sector.
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