Bachelor of Creative Media
Dive in to the professional side of design, games, apps, videos, documentary, drama, film, television and much more with a Bachelor of Creative Media at Murdoch.
Start-ups need graphic designers to make what they’re offering the world stand out. Community and conservation groups need amazing photography to capture their stories. Hollywood blockbusters and independent films rely on outstanding sound design and visual effects to make an impact with audiences.
These are just some examples – the ways you could work in creative media across the world are limitless.
Take your Bachelor of Creative Media in a direction you’re most passionate about. You might explore games art and design processes, learn about animation, 3D modelling, concept art, and designing for mobile and virtual reality platforms. Hear about Bachelor of Creative Media student Rhianna’s journey majoring in Games Art and Design.
You could also develop your skills as an image creator and learn the latest digital imaging techniques with a major in graphic design or photography. You might go behind-the-scenes and work in the world of screen production or sound.
You can also combine this course with another discipline – for example by combining it with a Bachelor of Communications. This means you’ll graduate with two qualifications and even more professional skills and experience to kick-start your career.
3 reasons to study Creative Media at Murdoch
- This course has been designed in consultation with industry, so you’ll graduate with the technical and creative skills employers need.
- Expect the unexpected in your career. Some of our graduates have worked in Oscar-winning sound production teams, developed products for government organisations, collaborated with the Singapore National Museum on an augmented reality project, and remixed an album that cracked the US music charts.
- Build a portfolio of your work as you complete your degree, so you’ll have projects to show your future employers.
What you’ll learn
Build the knowledge and skills you need to meet your career or study goals. Here are some of the things you’ll learn:
- Commercial context and changing nature of the creative industries
- Production, collaboration and technical skills for your chosen field
- Ethics of the creative media industry and how to take personal, professional and social responsibility for your work
- Ways to think creatively to apply theoretical learning to solve problems
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