Undergraduate study options


The Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries offers bachelors degree programmes in the creative arts and built environment professions. These programmes are specifically structured to ensure you gain the essential skills for the discipline you have chosen.

Three-year degrees such as the Bachelor of Music (BMus) is 360 points, while four-year degrees such as the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is 480 points. Points are achieved through the study of courses - most full-time students will study eight courses per academic year.

Find out more about the programmes, the academic staff who teach them, the facilities and resources available to you and what some current students and graduates have to say about them at the links below.

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Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS)

Review the typical first year schedule in the BAS programme here

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Dance Studies

Bachelor of Dance Studies (BDanceSt)

Review the typical first year schedule in the BDanceSt programme here

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Fine Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Review the typical first year schedule in the BFA programme here

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Bachelor of Music (BMus)

Review the typical first year schedule in the BMus programme here.

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Urban Planning

Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours) (BUrbPlan(Hons))

Review the typical first year schedule in the BUrbPlan(Hons) programme here

2019 CAI Undergraduate Prospectus

Additional information

Creative Arts and Industries Undergraduate Prospectus
Information on all areas of undergraduate study in our faculty. You can download a copy of the prospectus by clicking on the image, or by clicking here

Conjoint degree options
Some of the programmes above can be studied conjointly with a complementary undergraduate programme in another faculty.
More about conjoint degrees

General Education
As part of your undergraduate degree at Creative Arts and Industries, you can also study some courses offered by other faculties in the University.
More about General Education