Career Options after Intermediate Arts

After you finish your twelfth, you come across a variety of options to choose from. Generally, it is believed that science and commerce are better platforms when compared to arts with respect to career opportunities.  However, it is not true. Intermediate with arts may open a lot more gates for you than you ever would have imagined. It has got a wider range than any of the other courses out there.

Career options after 12th arts

Some of the best performing professional courses invariably point to intermediate with arts. For example Animation, Mass Communications, Interior Decoration, Air Hostess, Jewelry Design, Multimedia,  Psychology, Fashion Designing, Law, Economics and so on. After completing intermediate with arts, you have two basic options with you - Either join a degree program or earn a diploma certificate. Both of the above may provide you some of the very fulfilling career pathways.

Bachelor of Arts: These are the simple graduation courses you can pursue after 12th. If your target is government services, this option will easily lead you there. Apart from this, some of the best professionally successful careers arise from the degree programs.

Here is a simple list of programs to pursue after intermediate arts,

  • B.A. in Mass Communication (BMC)
  • B.A. (Journalism)
  • B.A. LL.B.
  • B.A Economic (Hons)
  • B.A (Psychology)
  • B.A. (Fine Arts)
  • B.A (Tourism, History & Journalism) 
  • BA (Hons.) in Marketing Management
  • BA in Digital Film Making & Animation
  • B.A (Media & Communication)
  • BA (Journalism & Mass Communication)
  • B.Sc. in Interior Design
  • B.Sc. in Fashion Technology
  • B.Sc - Jewellery Designing & Management (B.SC. JD&M)
  • B.A. (Apparel Design & Merchandising)
  • B.Sc (Electronics Media)
  • B.Sc in Textile Design
  • B.Sc Games & Interactive Media
  • B.Sc (Hospitality Studies)
  • B.M.S
  • B.Arch
  • B.Des. (Accessory Design)
  • BA (Foreign Language)

Diploma and Certificate Courses after Intermediate Arts:

The quickest way to get employed is by diploma and certificate courses. They take lesser time and are more job-oriented than the bachelor courses.

The best ones are listed here,

  • Fashion Designing
  • Air Hostess
  • Anchoring
  • Event Management
  • Mass Communications
  • Interior Designing
  • Foreign Language courses
  • Acting and Direction
  • Fine Arts
  • Translation Courses
  • Home Decor
  • Beautician Courses
  • Dance Course
  • Commercial Arts
  • Film Making and Television
  • Hotel Management
  • Entrepreneurship Course
  • Audio Visual Media Course
  • Advanced Editing
  • Music Courses
  • Digital Animation
  • Jewelry designing
  • Basic School Training
  • Human Rights

As stated above, you have plenty of options after completing your 12th class. It is up to you to decide which path you choose to follow.