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  • Drama
  • Fine Art
  • Music

Art - Drama

Introduction

Drama is part of performance art. This course trains students to perform on stages such as opera and dancing. Besides studying the art theory, students will also learn the performance art to be familiar with the stages performance and its techniques. In addition, the movie is a comprehensive art among performance art. Students will be able to apply artistic film thinking, shooting theory and director skills while learning to use lenses and shooting techniques to express art.

 

Study Subjects

  • Creative Writing
  • Devising Performance Text
  • Movement
  • Performing arts
  • Scenography
  • Stage Lighting
  • Stage Set Design
  • Stage Sound
  • Theatre Management
  • Voice and Speech

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may engage in literary and artistic groups, art research units or cultural institutions to become a professional opera or stage performer. Apart from that, students may devote themselves to the media and entertainment industry to take charge of the radio and TV programme production, stage manager or art filming. Graduates can choose to work in the movie industry, as a scriptwriter, director, art director, action director or an editor.

Art - Fine Art

Introduction

Fine art is one of the branches of art. This department can generally be divided into two major areas, namely Fine Art and Design Technology. The former is to meet the needs of spiritual entertainment and appreciation, using a variety of material such as paper, cloth, wood, clay, marble, plastic and other media to create a considerable, static, occupying a certain plane or three-dimensional space works; while the latter usually refers to the art used to beautify daily necessities and living environment, and is characterized by practically as the main purpose, but with a certain degree of aesthetics. Students need to learn various basic courses, such as the theory of art, methods of using materials, and various expression methods of art, such as painting, photography, carving, calligraphy, seal cutting and many more. Then student chooses to develop in different fields, such as pure Art painting, art sculpture, etc, or dyeing and weaving design of arts and crafts, furniture design, decorative painting etc.

 

Study Subjects

  • Sketching
  • Perspective Studies
  • Visual Design Training
  • Media and Skills
  • Art History
  • Creative Media
  • Basic 2D and 3D modelling
  • Pure art courses – Ink painting, western painting and etc
  • Figure Anatomy Studies
  • Colour Studies
  • Visual Language

 

Career Opportunities

  • Arts Teacher
  • Arts Consultant
  • Arts Restoration Personnel
  • Exhibition Manager
  • Art Galleries Manager
  • Visual Art Marketing
  • Illustrator
  • Industrial Product Design
  • Sculptor
  • Screenwriter
  • Professional Craftsman
  • Animator
  • Art Critic
  • And many more

Art - Music

Introduction

Music is one of those professions that requires artistic skills more than formal education, but a degree can help you find work that offers a regular salary instead of payments for gig work.  In the music world, these skills are often called your chops. As a gigging or session musician, your ability to work will depend entirely on your ability to demonstrate your chops in an audition. If you aren’t good enough at your instrument, a degree won’t help you get work in music venues playing in recording studios or local bands.

 

Study Subjects

  • Introduction to Music History
  • Modern Band
  • Music Theory
  • Aural Skills
  • Malaysian Music
  • Popular Music History
  • Music Research Methodology
  • Notation Software and MIDI
  • Music Technology
  • Major Instrument
  • Final Year Performance
  • English Diction
  • Introduction to Music History
  • World Music
  • Music and Film
  • Composing and Arranging
  • Song Writing
  • Jingle Writing
  • Instrumentation
  • Conducting Skills
  • Improvisation Skills
  • Sequencing, Sampling and Synthesis

*The subjects may vary according to different institutions.

*Student are expected to have some music background and attend an audition.

Career Opportunities

Graduates usually will join Music Band, Theatre Troupe, Astristic Research, Cultural institution, etc and eventually become music performer or conductor. Besides, they might also join the music industry or media, taking care of TV or radio production, stage management, musical instrument repair and maintenance, musical product sales, advertising music, music recording, music composition and so on.

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  • Drama
  • Fine Art
  • Music

Art - Drama

Introduction

Drama is part of performance art. This course trains students to perform on stages such as opera and dancing. Besides studying the art theory, students will also learn the performance art to be familiar with the stages performance and its techniques. In addition, the movie is a comprehensive art among performance art. Students will be able to apply artistic film thinking, shooting theory and director skills while learning to use lenses and shooting techniques to express art.

 

Study Subjects

  • Creative Writing
  • Devising Performance Text
  • Movement
  • Performing arts
  • Scenography
  • Stage Lighting
  • Stage Set Design
  • Stage Sound
  • Theatre Management
  • Voice and Speech

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may engage in literary and artistic groups, art research units or cultural institutions to become a professional opera or stage performer. Apart from that, students may devote themselves to the media and entertainment industry to take charge of the radio and TV programme production, stage manager or art filming. Graduates can choose to work in the movie industry, as a scriptwriter, director, art director, action director or an editor.

Art - Fine Art

Introduction

Fine art is one of the branches of art. This department can generally be divided into two major areas, namely Fine Art and Design Technology. The former is to meet the needs of spiritual entertainment and appreciation, using a variety of material such as paper, cloth, wood, clay, marble, plastic and other media to create a considerable, static, occupying a certain plane or three-dimensional space works; while the latter usually refers to the art used to beautify daily necessities and living environment, and is characterized by practically as the main purpose, but with a certain degree of aesthetics. Students need to learn various basic courses, such as the theory of art, methods of using materials, and various expression methods of art, such as painting, photography, carving, calligraphy, seal cutting and many more. Then student chooses to develop in different fields, such as pure Art painting, art sculpture, etc, or dyeing and weaving design of arts and crafts, furniture design, decorative painting etc.

 

Study Subjects

  • Sketching
  • Perspective Studies
  • Visual Design Training
  • Media and Skills
  • Art History
  • Creative Media
  • Basic 2D and 3D modelling
  • Pure art courses – Ink painting, western painting and etc
  • Figure Anatomy Studies
  • Colour Studies
  • Visual Language

 

Career Opportunities

  • Arts Teacher
  • Arts Consultant
  • Arts Restoration Personnel
  • Exhibition Manager
  • Art Galleries Manager
  • Visual Art Marketing
  • Illustrator
  • Industrial Product Design
  • Sculptor
  • Screenwriter
  • Professional Craftsman
  • Animator
  • Art Critic
  • And many more

Art - Music

Introduction

Music is one of those professions that requires artistic skills more than formal education, but a degree can help you find work that offers a regular salary instead of payments for gig work.  In the music world, these skills are often called your chops. As a gigging or session musician, your ability to work will depend entirely on your ability to demonstrate your chops in an audition. If you aren’t good enough at your instrument, a degree won’t help you get work in music venues playing in recording studios or local bands.

 

Study Subjects

  • Introduction to Music History
  • Modern Band
  • Music Theory
  • Aural Skills
  • Malaysian Music
  • Popular Music History
  • Music Research Methodology
  • Notation Software and MIDI
  • Music Technology
  • Major Instrument
  • Final Year Performance
  • English Diction
  • Introduction to Music History
  • World Music
  • Music and Film
  • Composing and Arranging
  • Song Writing
  • Jingle Writing
  • Instrumentation
  • Conducting Skills
  • Improvisation Skills
  • Sequencing, Sampling and Synthesis

*The subjects may vary according to different institutions.

*Student are expected to have some music background and attend an audition.

Career Opportunities

Graduates usually will join Music Band, Theatre Troupe, Astristic Research, Cultural institution, etc and eventually become music performer or conductor. Besides, they might also join the music industry or media, taking care of TV or radio production, stage management, musical instrument repair and maintenance, musical product sales, advertising music, music recording, music composition and so on.

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