Graduate Certificate in Creative Enterprise (Specialisation)

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  • Objectives
    The program aims to: 1. provide all students with a range of experiences that will enable them to conceptualise, plan, manage, produce and effectively manage within a creative enterprise context; 2. ensure that theoretical perspectives and administration skills are integral to, embedded and articulated throughout all courses such that creativity, innovation and enterprise are applied to creative enterprise practices; 3. prepare award students to approach further postgraduate study; and 4. engage students in a range of practices across related areas of the creative enterprises and allied support garnering (funding) activities.
  • Academic title
    Graduate Certificate in Creative Enterprise (Specialisation)
  • Course description

    About Creative Enterprise

    To be eligible to graduate with a Graduate Certificate in Creative Enterprise (Specialisation) degree, students must complete 3 courses (24 units of credit) within a specialisation to satisfy the requirements for the award.

    Career Opportunities

    There are opportunities for professionals working in (or those wishing to enter) the creative industries including , film, television,  animation, fine arts, museums and galleries, fashion design, graphic design, web design, multimedia, theatre, music, publishing and events. The Graduate Certificate in Creative Enterprise (Specialisation) is the ideal way to advance your management career.

    Course Code     Course Name

    Digital Animation
    DGTL20001     Animated Interaction
    DGTL20002     Games for Mobile Devices
    DGTL20003     3D Animated Characterisation

    Contemporary Popular Music
    CULT20024     The Cultural Production of Popular Music
    CULT20025     "World Music" as Culture, Commerce and Creativity
    CULT20026     The Popular Music of Indigenous Peoples in Australia

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