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Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,870.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $19,150.00
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A unique program that combines production and critical analysis of still images.
Encourages students to become critically aware of visual languages and at the same time explore creative approaches to photography.
The unique combination of units offered in this major prepares students for work in a number of areas that involve photography.
Photographer, Photojournalist, Photo Editor, Commercial Illustrative Photographer, Commercial Industrial Photographer, Photographic Artist
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Photomedia major is a unique program that combines production and critical analysis of still images. The course encourages students to become critically aware of visual languages and at the same time explore creative approaches to photography. The unique combination of units offered in this major prepares students for work in a number of areas that involve photography.
|Select the following 5 units (75 credit points):|
|PHO2202||Images and Pleasures||15|
|PHO2221||Advanced Digital Photomedia||15|
|PHO3312||Case Studies in Production||15|
|Plus, select a further 3 units (45 credit points) from the following:|
|CMM3104||Professional Placement 1||15|
|PHO2102||Photomedia Aesthetics and Histories||15|
|PHO2201||Images and Narratives||15|
|PHO3201||Photojournalism and Editorial Practice||15|
|PHO3305||Studio Applications for Advertising||15|
|PHO3316||Landscape: Space and Place||15|
|PHO3320||International photojournalism and documentary photography||#||30|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: