Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design) / Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia Arts)

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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design) / Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia Arts) course is an integrated four-year double degree program providing professional training in both graphic design and multimedia.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design) / Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia Arts)
  • Course description
    About the course

    Subjects in the Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design) course include digital technology and design, desktop publishing and typology, digital design, design for industry, experimental design, advertising, and competitive design and professional practice work.

    The Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia Arts) component is designed to provide a broad-based education exploring specific applications of digital technologies in the many individual media which constitute multimedia. Graduates will have a critical awareness of the medium as well as a balance between formal and technical skills and vision, and the production of innovative and creative content, effectively positioning graduates for employment in a wide range of multimedia industries.

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 240 points in order to meet the requirements of each of the constituent degrees. Upon completion of the program, students graduate with two awards, the Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design) and the Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia Arts), with the specialisation shown in the award name.


    The Associate Degree in Multimedia Arts is an exit point only course within the double degree program.

    Honours program

    Students wishing to undertake an add-on Honours program in either discipline area would apply for admission to the relevant Honours program in the normal way. Students wishing to undertake Honours in both disciplines would complete the first Honours program and then, upon admission to the second Honours program, be awarded credit in the second program for common coursework subjects.

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