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Unit name Arts in the Community
Unit code FXA301
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Discipline Music
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Synthesise and analyse current research findings on the benefits of engagement with the arts throughout life for enhancing wellbeing and health outcomes.
  2. Utilise research skills, methodologies and cultural awareness to underpin planning and ethical delivery of arts projects in the community.
  3. Evaluate qualitative data critically and apply problem solving skills in real-life.
  4. Communicate in a scholarly style in written and oral modes with appropriate use of discipline-specific terminology.




50 credit points


Teaching Pattern

Fully online


Task 1: Quiz 10%

Task 2: Project Proposal, 2500 words (50%)

Task 3: Arts Project Evaluation, 1500 words (30%)

Task 4: Contribution to Online Discussions (10%)

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