Overview

The Bachelor of Art Theory (Honours) is a one-year advanced undergraduate degree for high-achieving students. It may be undertaken after completion of an undergraduate pass degree in art history, art theory or equivalent. The degree enables students to expand and deepen their knowledge and understanding of art theory, and to develop analytical, problem-solving and research skills through undertaking a significant independent research thesis. The degree may be a pathway to a MPhil or PhD.

Program Code

4516

CRICOS Code

082204J

Total units of credit (UOC)

48

Campus

Paddington

Degree Structure

Degree Handbook

Career opportunities

  • Arts and cultural manager
  • Gallery and event curator
  • Arts policy administrator
  • Creative director
  • Art critic
  • Art historian
  • Cultural critic

Entry requirements

Applicants are required to have completed (or to be eligible to complete) a Bachelor of Art Theory or other bachelors degree in art history, art theory, visual culture, cultural studies, or related fields. Applicants may be graduates either of UNSW or another recognised institution.

A weighted average mark (WAM) or equivalent of 70 or higher is an entry requirement.

How to apply

Applications should be submitted via the UNSW Apply Online portal and include a 500-word research proposal sent directly to the Program Authority, Dr. Grant Stevens at grant.stevens@unsw.edu.au. This proposal should outline the topic and area of interest so that an appropriate supervisor can be assigned.

Admission is subject to the WAM requirements as well as supervisory capacity in the Faculty as determined by the Program Authority.

For further enquiries please contact Dr. Grant Stevens at grant.stevens@unsw.edu.au or the UNSW Art & Design Student Centre at artdesign@unsw.edu.au.

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