Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
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Top Bachelor Programs in Arts in Malaysia 2016/2017
The INTI Centre of Art & Design (ICAD) is our brand-new faculty at the INTI Subang Campus, offering career-focused programmes backed by state-of-the-art facilities, strong industry links and global resources for a truly world-class education. [+]
Building on the College’s highly successful previous music degrees in Arranging and Music Production & Technology specialisms, the Bachelor of Music (Hons) in Professional Music introduces a broad based route focusing on four core areas demanded of professional musicians in the industry. The full time program is highly career-centric and prepares you for a rewarding multifaceted music career. [+]
The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture programme allows students to learn creatively and technically via lectures, workshop, project site visits, lab works, field trips and seminar. Bachelor of Landscape Architecture offers students vast opportunities in designing both man-made and living environment using variety of elements in design. [+]
The Bachelor of Contemporary Music (Hons) caters to the needs of those students who want a career in the popular music industry. [+]
The Department of Graphics and Multimedia offers full-time undergraduate programmes leading to the award of Bachelor of Information Technology (Graphics and Multimedia)(Hons). [+]
Multimedia University’s degree programme, the Bachelor of Cinematic Arts (Honours), CAP, is an innovative programme that enables students to explore a range of cinematic arts forms as well as the social and industrial contexts in which they are produced and consumed. [+]