Fine Art module options

The number of credits indicates the amount of time spent on each strand.

S1 and S2 indicate semesters. We have two fifteen week semesters, not three ten week terms. The total time is the same. Christmas falls between the two semesters. This means we start the academic year in early September and end in May.

All routes can be taken part-time. Generally this is done by taking 2 years to complete each level and it is possible to switch from part-time to full time at key points.

Level 4 Studio Workshops Contextual
S1

FAL 100
Studio Practice 1
30 credits, 300 hours

FAL 120
Workshop 1 (painting, sculpture, textiles or print)
15 credits, 150 hours
FAL 140
History of Art 1 - Avant-garde & Modernism
15 credits, 150 hours
S2 FAL 110
Studio Practice 2
30 credits, 300 hours
FAL 130
Workshop 2 (painting, sculpture, textiles or print)
15 credits, 150 hours
FAL 150
History of Art 2 - Art Contexts & Themes
15 credits, 150 hours
Level 5 Studio Workshops Contextual
S3 FAL 200
Studio Practice 3
30 credits, 300 hours
FAL 220
Workshop 3 (painting, sculpture, textiles or print)
15 credits, 150 hours
FAL 240
History of Art 3 - Discourse Analysis 1
15 credits, 150 hours
S4 FAL 210
Studio Practice 4
30 credits, 300 hours
FAL 230
Workshop 4 (External Projects - individual vocational projects with external organisations exploring the public and social applications for fine art)
15 credits, 150 hours
FAL 250
History of Art 4 - Discourse 2 - Site, Agency & Display
15 credits, 150 hours
Level 6      

S5 & S6

either

FAL 390 
Personal Study 1 - Exhibition A
90 credits, 900 hours

&

FAL 310
Essay
15 credits, 150 hours

&

FAL 320
Professional Practice
15 credits, 150 hours

or

FAL 390
Personal Study 1 - Exhibition A
90 credits, 900 hours

&

FAL 300
Personal Study 4 - Dissertation
30 credits, 300 hours