Australian Catholic University
The Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) is a double degree for students who want to teach visual arts in secondary schools, such as high schools, and build their skills in visual media.
More than just a teaching degree, this is also a visual arts course where the subjects cover:
two-dimensional media areas such as drawing, painting, printmaking and photography
three- and four-dimensional areas such as sculpture and object design.
Students also gain substantial professional practical experience during the course, such as preparing and curating exhibitions or preparing and developing a commissioned artistic project.
The inclusion of units in theology and religious education will support accreditation to teach religious education.
Students study Visual Arts as a major and will also choose to study another specialisation from the Arts Disciplines:
Major: Visual Arts
Theological Studies* or Study of Religions
Minors that must be taken together with two electives in either History or Geography:
Politics and International Relations
* Subject to permission from Course Coordinators.
Major: Visual Arts
Study of Religions
Major/minors to be completed with an additional two units from another area of Geography or History:
Minor that must be taken together with two electives in Economics:
Minors that must be taken together with two electives units from another area of Finance/Accounting and Business Management:
|Institution Name||Australian Catholic University|
|Campus Location||Melbourne, Strathfield|
|Course Duration||4 years full-time or equivalent part-time|
|Course University||Australian Catholic University|
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