Bachelor of Film, Television and Animation (Honours)

Deakin University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00113B

Take your screen practice to the next level. Build your current skills, critical engagement and depth of knowledge, by undertaking research and an advanced screen project through the Deakin's Bachelor of Film, TV, Animation (Honours) course. Find out more about the course online and apply today. Honours is a fourth year of an undergraduate degree. The Honours year provides a dynamic environment of cross fertilisation and learning from each other. The programme enables you to take your knowledge and your screen practice to the next level. You will be treated as an independent screen practitioner and your experience will be quite different from that you have experienced as an undergraduate. Whether you are individual practitioners or working in a creative team, you will emerge from the Honours programme as a critically engaged and highly skilled screen practitioner and researcher. The Honours programme at Deakin involves screen practice and traditional scholarly research. We teach you the fundamental skills of traditional scholarly research so that you can successfully locate your screen practice in the field and critically engage with the work of others. Honours allows you the time to focus closely on your screen practice. The Bachelor of Film, TV, Animation (Honours) has a deliberate focus to allow students to enter a single degree and receive highly regarded learning experiences in screen practice and research.

Subjects

  • Contemporary Debates in the Creative Arts
  • Methods and Design for Creative Arts Research

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Burwood International: $32,200 No No information available

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