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Bachelor of Performing Arts

Major In Practice Transition

A focused learning pathway for students who want to build upon current practice and experience or to transition to the next phase of their careers.

It provides the opportunity to either research in more depth a current discipline or to explore other areas of practice as a means of transitioning to a new or related field of practice.

This major enables students to reflect, gain more coherent knowledge relating to their profession and to self direct the next phase of their career development.

Taken over 18 months, participants are required to undertake a practice based project which has a written component to form a final exegesis report.

Related careers

Artistic Director, Producer, Project Manager, Performer, Playwright, Theatre Maker, Dramaturge

Major structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Practice Transition Major is a focused learning pathway for students who want to build upon current practice and experience or to transition to the next phase of their careers. It provides the opportunity to either research in more depth a current discipline or to explore other areas of practice as a means of transitioning to a new or related field of practice. Students are given recognition of prior learning of up to 180 credit points against the Special Skills units, the Minor and/or the elective program in recognition of the technical and skill level already acquired through an accredited Advanced Diploma in the performing arts. This major enables students to reflect, gain more coherent knowledge relating to their profession and to self direct the next phase of their career development. Taken over eighteen months, participants are required to undertake a practice based project which has written component to form a final exegesis report.



UnitDescription Points
Students are required to complete the following 75 credit points (5 units):
PAD3101Principal Practice 15
BPA3115Workplace Integrated Learning: Written Project Proposal 15
BPA3116Workplace Integrated Learning: Project Practical 1 15
BPA3205Workplace Integrated Learning: Project Exegesis 15
BPA3206Workplace Integrated Learning: Project Practical 2 15
Plus complete 45 credit points (3 units) as electives from anywhere in the University, in consultation with the Course Coordinator.
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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