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University of South Australia

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Level: Undergraduate)


The University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Creative Industries is one of Australia’s most industry-connected degrees. Delivered in conjunction with leading creative producers and businesses, you’ll engage with industry from day one to develop your creative practice and gain professional knowledge and skills. 

This degree provides you with the flexibility to pursue two areas of interest to prepare you for an unstoppable creative career. By studying core courses in business, creativity and entrepreneurship, and having opportunities to work on projects with real-world clients through Match Studio, as well as participate in placements, you’ll graduate with the highly practical and transferable skillset needed to give your career in the Creative Industries a competitive head-start.

As part of the Bachelor of Creative Industries, you can study a major in Games Design and Production, which is delivered in conjunction with our leading industry partners Epic Games and Mighty Kingdom.

In this major you’ll develop expertise in games and interactive media development. You’ll be supported and guided by games industry professionals and learn from experts in Game Design and Production, including Dr Susannah Emery – the 2022 Women in Games or Esports Global Educator of the Year. Graduate with skills in project management for game development, storytelling, user experience and user interface design.

Subjects that you will study in this major include:
• Introduction to Games Design
• Introduction to CGI
• Designing for Games
• Character Performance
• Digital Projects
• Managing Games Design, and
• Games Production Industry Lab.

Career outcomes
Career outcomes for this major include game designer, game programmer, app designer, digital project manager, and production manager.

Other industry majors:
• Animation and Visual Effects
• Comic Book Creation
• Communication and Media
• Contemporary Art Studies
• Creative Writing and Literature
• Digital Media
• Festivals
• Film and Television
• Games Design and Production
• Performing Arts
• Screen Studies
• Social Media.

Find out more about starting your unstoppable creative career with UniSA’s Bachelor of Creative Industries

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