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The fashion industry is on the lookout for a new breed of designers – creative thinkers who can combine fresh, original and inspiring designs with the practical and technical know-how to produce them for commercial success.
Communication design is everywhere – on walls and paper, on your phone, at the train station and even film credits.
Our Diploma of Digital Media Design is your introduction to the exciting and exploding worlds of animation, film, TV, video, online, interactive, web, interface design, user experience design, 3D design, visual effects, project and production management and strategy.
What could be more exciting and rewarding for a creative person than to have the chance to experiment with every avenue of design? If you have a flair for creativity but can’t decide between graphic design, digital design, video production, interior design, or fashion, this foundational introduction to the design profession gives you the opportunity to choose options for further study and for your future career.
Step into the world of the creative media industries with this Bachelor degree, and gain cutting-edge skills and industry experience.
In this exciting interdisciplinary field, human senses and emotions (happily) collide with the digital interface.
We live in a world of moving images – from cinemas, to boardrooms, to what we watch on our phones – and it’s designers with visual storytelling skills who create them.
Want to tell fantastic stories and create your own worlds and characters? This course will give you the essential knowledge to take on a career in 3D design or animation for film, TV, games, advertising, information, education, and beyond.
Become part of one of the biggest industries in the world! If you love games and want to create breathtaking environments and characters, then Game Art is for you.
This double degree ensures you have the advanced writing and production skills needed for a career in the news industry, as well as the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed for a career in creative, professional and technical writing.
The Bachelor of Arts enables students to pursue their passion and career goals simultaneously with a choice of focused majors.
Produces graduates who are fully-equipped to enter the theatre and screen industry, and focuses on the development of knowledge and skills in the performing arts, with particular emphasis on specialist areas pertinent to acting.
The program is specifically industry-focused and designed to give students the knowledge and skills to work in a diverse range of art forms and organisations, including theatre companies, venues, dance companies, exhibitions, galleries, concerts and festivals.
An intensive and challenging course where performance and classroom practice are central to the philosophy of the program.
Enables outstanding students to learn and apply practical, theoretical and research skills in either or both creative (choreographic or other media) and scholarly areas of dance.
Provides technical training in singing, music skills, specific dance forms, improvisation, and acting, including acting for the camera.
In today’s visually sophisticated, but increasingly competitive and fragmented market, it is imperative for successful photographers to demonstrate a distinctive visual voice.
Find out about studying a Diploma in Creative Industries at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Creative Industries (Creative Writing and Publishing) at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
In the Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design, students gain an understanding of the specialised technical, creative and conceptual skills and knowledge needed to conceive, negotiate and realise design concepts for complex projects.
The Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging offers students a broad range of technical skills in digital photography, including lighting, image capture, enhancements, manipulation and output.
Course Details Reveal content for Course Details This qualification reflects the role of individuals who combine specialised technical, creative and conceptual skills to plan and realise a body of work in one or more art forms.