How To Apply
- Applications are made to Flinders University on the SATAC University website at http://www.satac.edu.au/pages/university-undergraduate using course code 224911 or by clicking onto the Apply now button above.
- The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts) is being offered in conjunction with Flinders University. You will be required to undertake the TAFE SA Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts concurrently with the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts).
- Separate fees apply for each institution. Please see Flinders University website for Bachelor fees. Fees for the Diploma of Visual Arts CUA51115 and the Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts CUA60715 range between $5,287 - $7,385. Final fees will be determined at enrolment.
- You may be eligible for a VET Student Loan for the Diploma and above part of the course. VET Student Loans is an income-contingent loan scheme that assists eligible students to pay for all or part of their Vocational Education and Training (VET) tuition fees when studying one or more eligible VET courses.
You will develop the skills to work as a practising artist, craft person, or in allied work. The degree focuses on the development of practical skills in a workshop studio environment.
It provides graduates with the technical, aesthetic, historical and business skills to work as artists, designers, craft persons or in allied work where creativity and making skills are a valued resource. You will acquire the skills and knowledge to produce artworks that may be sold through galleries, shops or directly from the your studio. You will also gain the skills to undertake commissions and work cooperatively on community projects.
The Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts) is designed to equip you with the understanding and practical skills that enable you to investigate and develop your artistic practice in a chosen medium in the visual arts.
You will be able to explore practical issues and techniques through studio work and will develop the capacity to analyse concepts of creativity and visual thinking, and gain experience in the creative process.
Note: Completion of a TAFE SA course does not guarantee an employment outcome. Formal requirements other than educational qualifications (eg licensing, professional registration), may apply to some occupations.
Qualifications & Skills Covered
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts)
In combination with the subjects studied within the Advanced Diploma of Visual Art, you will study 54 units (12 topics) in the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts), may include Essential Multimedia, Creative Arts Theory and Practice, Mining the Museum, Creative Economies (Practice and Opportunity) and Visual Thinking and Creativity.
In your first year you will choose one discipline area to specialise in.