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5 College Courses To Take If You Want A Career In The Creative Industry

The local arts scene is bustling with a lot of career opportunities.
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From performing arts to video game creation, the local arts scene is bustling with a lot of career opportunities. If you’re interested to pursue your creative endeavors professionally—be it dancing, music, or film—check out five of the possible college courses you can take:

Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance – De La Salle – College of St. Benilde

DLS-CSB’s dance program is offered together with Ballet Philippines Dance School and teaches valuable techniques in ballet, folk dance, and modern dance, as well as the history of the art in the country. The program also touches on other factors essential to performing arts, like music theory, theater, and dance-related injuries and prevention.

Learn more about it here.

Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design and Marketing – School of Fashion and the Arts

Aspiring fashion designers who want to deepen their understanding of the local fashion scene may opt to take this program from one of the country’s established design institutes. It allows students to cultivate a well-rounded awareness of fashion design, including its creative, technical, and business aspects. SoFA also holds a yearly gala fashion show where graduating students get the opportunity to send their work down the runway in front of the industry’s biggest names.

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Learn more about it here.

BS Music Business Management – Mint College

Music enthusiasts who aren’t necessarily performers may still pursue a career in the industry by doing important work behind the scenes. Mint College’s Music Business Management (MBM) program is the first of its kind in the country, and offers intensive training in sound engineering and production, events management, marketing and promotions, and even touches on the legal matters concerning the music industry.

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Even aspiring musicians may also find the program immensely helpful to their careers! Did you know that Clara Benin was an MBM alumna? According to Mint College, the 25-year-old indie artist was a senior when she released her album “Human Eyes.”

Learn more about it here.

Bachelor of Arts in Film & Visual Effects – iAcademy

For the creative kids smitten by motion picture, an undergraduate program related to the field would help expand their repertoire of film know-hows. iAcademy’s course gives its students a holistic experience of filmmaking—from directing and shooting down to the nitty-gritty of post-production.

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Learn more about it here.

BS Entertainment & Multimedia Computing specializing in Game Development – Asia Pacific College

Esports is gradually taking off with the recognition and attention it deserves. If you’re a gaming enthusiast who wants to pursue a profession in the field, game development might be right up your alley. Through project-based learning, students get an in-depth preparation and a new-found appreciation for game design and development, perfect if you aspire to be a game programmer (those who create the actual framework of video games and apps), game artist (those create the visuals for games), level designer (those who conceptualize for the various levels and missions in games), or sound engineer (those who take charge of sound effects and voice acting).

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