Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Applied Innovation

with a major in Screen Studies and Popular Culture – Blended learning – on-campus and digital learning

BB-ARTAIN Double degree Hawthorn Send me a link to this course

Selected major: Screen Studies and Popular Culture

From smart phones, to streaming services and VR, in this innovative major you’ll develop a sound understanding of the ways entertainment and screen technology interact.

Chart the history of screen technologies and use your creativity and initiative to anticipate what the future of entertainment will be. Then it’s over to you to create next generation entertainment projects in real world industry collaborations with screen industry experts.

Why be on the outside looking in when you can be part of the vital conversation that shapes society and the world we live in? Explore the possibilities with Swinburne’s unique Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Applied Innovation double degree.

Our extensive arts offering provides plenty of scope to immerse yourself in the subjects that matter to you most. Learn how to gather, synthesise and assess information, conceptualise issues and express yourself effectively, both orally and in writing. Take on the future and offer solutions to the world’s most pressing problems with a transferable skill set of analytical thinking, cultural competency and digital literacy.

With your Bachelor of Applied Innovation, learn how to make decisions of impact, based on analytical and strategic thinking, human understanding and respect for future generations – with supporting technological know-how. Immersed in an interdisciplinary environment overseen by specialist academic teams who encourage a collaborative and entrepreneurial spirit, you’ll be challenged and inspired to develop transformative solutions to the complex challenges of today and the emerging opportunities of the future.

Both qualifications promise experiential learning through real-world placements, internships or industry-related project work.

Career pathways as an arts graduate are plentiful, from policy development to public relations, journalism to sociology, writing to community development. Your newly acquired innovation skillset raises you to a whole new level of employability, in your chosen field or beyond, in roles such as innovation consultant, strategic designer, start-up founder, human-centred researcher and transformation lead.

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Start dates

Hawthorn campus

  • Semester 1 - 28 February 2022
  • Semester 2 - 1 August 2022

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Duration

4 years full-time or equivalent part-time

Full-time, Part-time