Work based learning and placements form the focus and ethos of this course, which will prepare you for a career as an art and design practitioner.
Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
You will be expected to have successfully completed a Bath Spa University Contemporary Art and Professional Studies (Foundation Degree).
Applicants who do not hold a Bath Spa University Foundation degree in Contemporary Art and Professional Studies may be considered as follows:
There is evidence of curriculum matching of the learning outcomes of the course with those of the Bath Spa University Foundation degree in Contemporary Art and Professional Studies.
Produce a portfolio of evidence demonstrating relevant and recent work experience equivalent to Foundation degree level.
All applicants to the programme will normally have achieved a minimum average grade profile of 50% in year two of their Foundation degree or equivalent qualification.
Applicants may be subject to interview.
The programme has been designed to enable you to further develop your creative ability, whilst acquiring essential professional skills such as management, marketing, negotiation, business and freelance skills which are relevant to your creative practice and will enhance your career opportunities within the creative industries sector.
During this Honours level programme you will play an important role in the management of your own learning by:
building on the transferable skills developed during your Foundation degree (or equivalent qualification) such as critical evaluation, time management, presentation and IT skills;
gaining research techniques and proposal writing skills by carrying out a planning and research methods module;
undertaking a work-based learning project related to the Art and Design industry which will equip you with project management and decision-making skills;
undertaking a creative freelance management module in which you will learn how to operate as a freelance professional and manage your freelance practice;
undertaking a creative theory and practice module in which you will develop a portfolio of work clearly demonstrating your creative practice and target audience as well as diversifying your practice in order to work with other sectors.
Planning and Research Methods.
Practice within the Creative Industries: Work-based Project.
Creative Theory and Practice: Applied Art and Design.
Creative Freelance Management.
Potential career pathways include:
Commissions and Public Art
Contemporary Arts Practitioner
Gallery and Museum work
Promotion and Marketing
Teaching in Art and Design.
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