Comments about Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management - On Campus - Bedford Park - South Australia
The course aims to meet the research needs of graduates with an interest in cultural heritage management. It aims to increase the theoretical knowledge, research and practical skills required to develop appropriate depth of understanding of issues in cultural heritage management in a number of specialisations. Students will undertake core topics in management, project management, and issues relevant to archaeological or tourism cultural heritage management. The course draws on both theoretical and practical material and provides the opportunity for students to apply both the principles and the practical skills developed during the course. Learning outcomes Upon graduating, students will be equipped to: * enter the workforce as skilled and knowledgeable cultural heritage professionals; * understand the nature of cultural heritage management and have practical skills relating to the management of cultural heritage in an archaeological or tourism context; * undertake their work in an ethical way within the fields of cultural heritage management and/or sustainable tourism practice; and * develop tenders and bids and manage cultural heritage or cultural tourism projects.
Applicants must normally hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification in Archaeology, Tourism or a closely related discipline from an approved tertiary institution. Under exceptional circumstances and subject to specific conditions, the Faculty Board may admit others who can show evidence of fitness for candidature.
Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management
The Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management is an 18-unit program offered by the Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology. The course is offered on a fee-paying basis and may be completed in one semester full-time, or the equivalent part-time.
The Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management articulates with the 36-unit Graduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage Management and the 72-unit Master of Cultural Heritage Management.
PROGRAM OF STUDY [November, 2008]
To qualify for the Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Management a student must complete 18 units with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic, according to the following program of study:
* 15 units from Group A or 15 units from Group B, and
* 3 units from Group C.
Introduction to Cultural Heritage Management, OR
Heritage Management Planning
and one of the following:
Issues in Indigenous Heritage Management
Underwater Cultural Heritage: Legislation, Management and Interpretation
Cultural Heritage and the Law
Law and Urban Change: The Impact of Built Heritage
OR Group B
Introduction to Cultural Heritage Management
Project Management Essentials
Heritage and Tourism Essentials
and 3 units from:
Risks: Identification and Management
Professional Writing for Team Projects
Contemporary Case Study
Project Management: Developing a Business Plan
Project Management Essentials
Project Management: Budgets
Preparing Professional Presentations
Project Marketing Principles