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Arts and creative industries

If you’re an imaginative and curious individual ready to make your mark on the world, a degree in the arts and creative industries will develop your creativity, encourage you to explore new technologies and teach you to apply critical thinking to real industry situations.

Whether your interests lie with the written word, performance arts, fine arts or media, our diverse range of creative arts and communications courses mean you can follow your passion while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop a meaningful career.

Curtin student, Emily Cousins looking at camera and smiling

Emily Cousins

I’m doing a double degree in a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in public relations and journalism and loving every minute. It’s amazing how the communications industry is constantly changing and evolving – it keeps life exciting! I’d like to work for a major fashion magazine, or coordinate events like the VMAs or do publicity for celebs – as long as I’m living in different cities around the world and getting paid to write and create, I know I’ll be living the dream.

Did you know?

Did you know?

Transferable skills such as emotional intelligence, critical thinking and creativity are in high demand by industry* as they provide employers with the exact qualities that artificial intelligence can’t replicate.

In your course, you will learn the technical craft of your discipline and develop transferable skills that are critical to future careers.

* Forbes Human Resources Council 2019.

Creative arts at Curtin

Gain first-hand experience working with industry-standard equipment and exhibit, perform and screen works to the public in real-world settings with Curtin’s new Bachelor of Creative Arts.


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