Undergraduate Courses (Bachelor of Arts)
In the Corporate Screen Production stream, you will gain creative skills and conceptual knowledge by working intensively with professional equipment in a challenging and creative film and television environment. You will specialise in corporate production, learning how to effectively plan and implement corporate production projects.
The Screen Arts major combines essential analytical, creative and practical production skills to provide you with an excellent springboard for a career in the film and television industries. You will choose to specialise in either screen production or screen studies and learn to work with professional-level equipment in a challenging, creative environment.
This major covers the use of images and interactive technology to explore, communicate and interact with data in innovative ways. It is designed to meet the need for graduates to be able to understand, manage and communicate using virtual and augmented realities, interactive media and immersive technologies.
This degree is for those seeking to develop creative problem solving skills and an advanced understanding of media, culture, new technology and communication practices. Students can undertake internships in prominent media organisations, state government agencies and communication departments of major corporations, such as Fremantle Football Club.