About Creative Enterprise
The Diploma of Creative Enterprise is structured around two key premises: a performance premise and an entrepreneurial premise. The performance premise focuses the degree to the talents and aspirations of students as well as the content of specific professional activities associated with work in creative industries. The entrepreneurial premise provides the student with a strategy and an opportunity to create a future in creative industries for themselves. It is these two premises that make the degree distinctive to the market and which ensures graduates are employable at its completion.
There is a growing demand for careers in creative enterprises, especially for those who are equipped with critical thinking and creative abilities. One of the attractions to working in a creative industry is the sheer range of different opportunities available. Opportunities for graduates exist in film and television activities, advertising, animation, fine arts, museums and galleries, fashion design, graphic design, web design, multimedia, theatre, music, tourism and theme parks, publishing and events.
To be eligible to graduate from the DipCE students will be required to complete 8 courses/48 units of credit.
Course Code Course Name
Year 1 - T1
CREA12003 Leadership and Teamwork
EDED10418 Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
EDED11449 Principles of University Learning
FAHE12001 Communication in the Digital Age
Year 1 - T2
CREA11001 Creative Industries
CREA12002 Problem Solving in the 21st Century
CREA12004 Community Enterprises
FAHE11001 Managing E-Learning