Bachelor degree or equivalent
IELTS: Overall band score of 6.5 and Band score of 6 in all bands
Our Master of Arts challenges you to think, perform and grow to new levels. You’ll develop specialised knowledge in your field of study and advanced research and communication skills. A master will also give you a competitive edge in community and Arts careers around the globe.
What will you do?
Take 12 units worth of core courses in your chosen discipline.
Work in close contact with research active academics.
Benefit from small group learning.
Intern in an organisation tied to your career aspirations.
Apply and share your learning in a capstone thesis.
The program currently offers specialisations in:
Creative Practice in Music (extension pathway only)
Accompanist, Administrative Assistant, Band Musician, Ministerial Adviser, Music Journalist / Music Critic, Music Teacher, Musician, Natural Resource Planner, Classroom Music Teacher, Non Government Organisation Worker, Parliamentary Adviser, Policy Adviser, Political Adviser, Public Servant, Environmental Consultant, Environmental Economist, Environmental Management, Environmental Project Officer, Resource Management, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Aid Worker, Intelligence Officer, ...
The Master of Arts uses a variety of teaching approaches, from face-to-face lectures, seminars and workshops to blended learning. Small group learning and regular close contact with research active academics are embedded across the program.
Students complete 12 units worth of core courses in their chosen discipline, and a capstone thesis also worth 12 units, which allows students to pursue their interests in greater depth.
Unique to this degree is a 6 unit internship that provides students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in an organisation related to their career aspirations. Students take elective courses from outside of their discipline area to develop cross-disciplinary thinking and the ability to apply it to solve complex problems.
Creative Practice in Music
The Creative Practice in Music specialisation in the Master of Arts will equip students with practical, theoretical and conceptual tools to enter the world of music in the 21st century as a creative artist. This program focuses on the use of digital technology across the fields of sonic art, sound design and composition, including the application to contemporary media such as film and games. Students are encouraged to explore a variety of different approaches, both individual and collaborative, and styles from popular to experimental, in compiling a professional portfolio of creative work.
Level of Study Masters Degree (Coursework)
Duration 2 years
CRICOS Course Code 093075M
English Requirements IELTS Score UG 6.5
Annual Tuition AUD$38,000.00
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