Are you naturally creative? Do you hatch bold ideas, dream of new and colourful ways of doing things? A degree in creative industries can help you shape your creative spark into a real-world career path.
By studying creative industries at UniSC, you'll get to learn in new state-of-the-art facilities with access to equipment and software relevant to industry. All while being taught by award-winning industry professionals at the top rated public university in Queensland for overall experience, student support and learning resources*.
Jump into one of the fastest growing, most dynamic and diverse employment sectors. You'll graduate with strong creative and technical skills, an entrepreneurial mindset, and a professional portfolio showcasing your diverse creative practice.
*Good Universities Guide 2023/24
Turn your creativity into a creative career
Gain a career advantage with a double degree tailored to your areas of interest.
Add one year for an Honours Degree
This program is 'End-on honours' which means one year of study, in addition to your bachelor degree. You can apply for a one-year honours program after you have completed a Bachelor of Creative Industries.
I love being able to work within the industry and see how we can take what we learn and put it into real situations. Whether this is through live sound, performance, or production — I’ve got to experience all these within an industry setting and it’s been so beneficial to my study.
Bachelor of Music student
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Gain foundation skills and employment opportunities by graduating with a diploma or undergraduate certificate. While qualifications in their own right, they can also be a pathway to a bachelor and beyond.
A Higher Degree by Research (HDR) is a supervised research program that requires undertaking original research.
Creative industries at UniSC - IN THE NEWS
New creative project Beeyali is a call to look after Country and its endangered ecosystems
Listening to the environment allows us to understand the patterns of place and can help us better connect with Country and its ecosystems. Leah Barclay, Lyndon Davis and Tricia King write for The Conversation.
New degree helps students plug into music careers
UniSC's new Bachelor of Music aims to amplify the scope and skills of the next generation of music industry artists and professionals across the Sunshine Coast, Australia and the globe.
Life’s a stage for psychologist graduating with creative degree
A Sunshine-coast based psychologist, who is one of the creative minds behind quirky Australian musical set to be performed in Las Vegas, has received UniSC’s highest academic honour – a University Medal.