The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) cannot be taken as a stand-alone program, other than where it is used as an exit program, for students who wish to take out the BFA award at pass level without proceeding to Honours
Career options for arts and humanities graduates: jobs you can do with a degree in arts and culture, languages, English, Irish, classics, philosophy, theology, performing arts etc.
If you are graduating with a degree in arts or humanities, it's likely that you chose your subject for its own sake rather than as a means to an end or with a view to going into a particular career.
Apart from teaching, there are very few career areas directly related to humanities graduates who wish to use their subject. That does not mean, though, that your career is not relevant to your job search.
The BFA offers students strong fundamentals combined with flexibility to explore various media through practice and experimentation, and undertake a significant research project and opportunities to engage with the arts world in their final year.
Academic Requirements As a minimum, undergraduate applicants will need to have a qualification considered to be equivalent to Year 12 (completion of High School) in Australia. Some equivalent qualifications are listed below. Aside from approved High School qualifications UNSW will also consider a range of other academic qualifications for entry to its undergraduate programs - these are referred to as University Pathways.