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Media Production Specialisations

The Bachelor of Media presents an innovative program that combines the University's strong research culture with a practical focus on the latest developments in digital and interactive media.

You can study a media production specialisation chosen from:

  • Computer Graphic Imaging (CGI) and Visual Effects
  • Game Art
  • Photographic Imaging
  • Graphic Design

These specialisations are taught at at TAFESA AC Arts in the Adelaide CBD as part of an articulation agreement between the two institutions.

The combination of high level production skills with critical thinking and research skills gained from the Bachelor of Media, produces graduates who are ideally placed to seek employment in the highly diverse media industry, both in Australia and overseas.

  • TAFESA AC Arts

    Our Media production classes are held at AC Arts

    39 Light Square
    ADELAIDE
    SA 5000


    https://www.tafesa.edu.au/locations/metro/adelaide-acarts Link to external website

  • Courses (Subjects)

    Students will complete 24 units of study to complete a major, comprising 6 units at level I (taught in semester 2), 12 units at Level II, and 6 units at level III.

    Study plans for each specialisation are available on the Faculty of Arts website.

  • Timetable

    Class timetables for all specialisations can be found on Course Planner.

  • Transport & Location

    AC Arts is located within walking distance of the North Terrace campus of Adelaide University.

    Link to external website.


  • Photographic Imaging Requirements

    Students enrolled in the Photographic Imaging specialisation are required to have access to an SLR camera with manual override capabilities.  The Creative Industries Centre has a large range of Canon lenses and a small number of Nikon lenses students can borrow.

Department of Media
School of Humanities

Napier Building, Room 722
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

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