Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Associate Degree of Dramatic Art provides a solid introduction to the major aspects of theatre. The degree is built around a core of studies in performance and production, and students select a major focus on performance, production or theatre practice at the end of their first year. Primary course outcomes are directed towards the preparation of students for entry-level positions in the theatre, film and television industries. Specialist studies are layered with exploration of a Christian worldview that supports personal and professional ethics and social responsibility. Theatrical productions are a regular feature throughout the course.
- Nested within the Bachelor of Dramatic Art
- 96 credit points
- 6 subjects per semester.
- Design (Set
- Stage management
- Theatre history
- Theatrical style
Standard entry requirements
- NSW HSC or equivalent
- Audition and interview.
Credit is awarded for equivalent previous studies and/or demonstrated equivalent prior learning. Graduates may complete a Bachelor of Dramatic Art with the addition of one further year of study.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|Macquarie Park||Domestic: $37,910|
Campuses: Macquarie Park.
FEE-HELP, Youth Allowance, Austudy and Abstudy available to eligible students