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Bachelor of Arts
JCU Bachelor of Arts degree is a very flexible course program featuring 14 majors from the Creative Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, allowing students to tailor their degree to their own unique interests. Students take 24 subjects over three years, allowing them to choose a major while exploring a wide variety of electives.
Various student placements and projects, available to all Bachelor of Arts students in their final semester of study, are offered by the individual majors to assist students in their career preparation.
Connecting the university and community, the Bachelor of Arts Advisory Group advises on measures to support the prospects of Bachelor of Arts graduates. The focus is on developing students' skills and competencies with regard to the contemporary needs of relevant employment sectors. This includes making recommendations on the program of Industry Engaged Learning activities in the course in relation to workplace needs.
The Group membership comprises of JCU College of Arts, Society and Education academics as well as external representatives from relevant industry and community organisations.
Equipment and Hire (Humanities and Creative Arts)
Equipment and facilities such as cameras and the Lighting Studio, are available for hire, mostly through the BookingPOINT portal. Before going out in the field on assignment, students need to be familiar with JCU's Work Health and Safety policies and procedures. Information on equipment use, safety, facility hire, Lighting Studio rules and equipment manuals is available on the Forms and manuals page.
JCU has a wide range of resources available to assist you in the successful completion of your degree. For information that isn't listed here please email the Student Centre to contact one of their staff or visit the Student Homepage.
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