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Master the power of the screen
What we see on our screens shapes our opinions and informs our desires. Whether it's YouTube, a historical documentary or high rating television drama, a creative vision unfolding on screen has tremendous power to entertain, astonish, inform and disrupt.
Your screen studies degree at Griffith focuses on the key aspects of today's rapidly changing media and screen industries. Developing your cinematic interest and knowledge, it gives you the creative, technical and professional skills needed to succeed.
Move beyond being a movie buff. If you're keen to develop a career in screen media, studying at Griffith will give you a better understanding of contemporary culture and how it operates.
Study screen studies at Griffith
Practical creative experience
Griffith has long been associated with creativity and dynamism in the arts and you’ll be immersed in an environment that’s rich in resources and buzzing with activity.
Studying here, you’ll pursue innovative inquiry on the large and small screens, taking advantage of coursework opportunities for hands-on creative engagement and experience.
Explore cinema and television history and theory, screenwriting, video production and documentary, examining these subjects in a thought-provoking way that’s also academically rigorous. Develop real world skills and knowledge as you learn from screen and media experts.
You’ll discover the effective techniques that create impact and meaning. You’ll learn to investigate and critically analyse the rise of the information age along with the invention, adaptation, uses and wider impacts of communication technologies. Your degree combines film studies with filmmaking, giving you a better understanding of the industry and how it operates.
Screen studies at Griffith can also turn the spotlight on a world of thrilling opportunities, such as the possibility of working at local and international film festivals.
With a specialisation in screen studies you’ll gain technical proficiency and creative confidence, becoming more knowledgeable, thoughtful and articulate as a creator and a consumer of screen representations.
Humanities and Social Sciences is rated 5-stars for Educational Experience by the Good Universities Guide 2018, a leading independent provider of high-quality education and career information.
Griffith Bachelor of Arts graduate
Bachelor of Arts student Daniel Lyons secured an enviable job with the Royal Australian Air Force before he graduated. As a Communications and Information Systems Controller, Daniel manages, monitors and maintains Local Area Networks, as well as operate communication facilities and safe keep classified data. 'The critical thinking skills I developed throughout my Bachelor of Arts degree have definitely given me the edge in getting this role,' he says.
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Expand your qualifications and your career options with our range of double degrees. As a double degree graduate, you’ll have a special skill set that will help you stand out with future employers.
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It is important to check the degree requirements including placement requirements, before you apply.
Step into the limelight
As a Griffith graduate, you can take advantage not only of the global opportunities screen studies can bring
On completing your degree, you'll step onto the world stage with marketable skills in communication, research and project management that can be applied to any career you decide to pursue.
You'll be equipped for a career in:
- Screen production
There are also many rewarding and creative pathways in:
- Arts organisations
- Public relations
- Communications industries
Our graduates also go on to careers in media and creative industries including:
- Film education
- Festival management and programming
- Arts administration
- Research roles in television, academia or the public sector
November 29, 2018
Griffith academics to share expertise at key UN climate change conference
November 21, 2018
Griffith launches Centre for Creative Industries
Monday 5 February — Friday 21 December
Ongoing Q&A sessions
Book a 30 minute, personalised appointment with a member of our student recruitment team, to help find the right degree for you and get personalised advice about your study options. You can also find out about scholarships and discover admission pathways to university. Find out more
Saturday 15 December — Thursday 20 December
Explore Your Options - Online
Chat online with our expert study advisers after you have received your entry score, to discuss your study options. Find out about admission pathways, entry requirements and program options, plus what you can do if your OP or ATAR score was higher or lower than expected.
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Sunday 11 August — Sunday 11 August
Open Day 2019
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