About Creative Enterprise (Specialisation)
The overall aim of the Master of Creative Enterprise (Specialisation) is to provide an award that meets the needs of creative industry professionals working in a post 'New Economy' where the nature of the knowledge and performance are being transformed. Creativity has become a driving force of economic growth. The ability to compete and prosper in the global economy goes beyond trade in goods and services and flows of capital and investment. Instead, it increasingly turns on the ability of companies, regions, and nations to attract, retain and develop creative people.
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 Master of creative Enterprise (Specialisation) is the ideal way to advance your management career.
To be eligible to graduate with a Master of Creative Enterprise (Specialisation) degree, students must complete 8 courses (64 units of credit) to satisfy the requirements for the award.
Arts Administration specialisation
EDED20445 Arts Administration Leadership
EDED20447 Media Relations in Arts Administration
EDED20466 Arts Administration Research
EDED20475 Advertising Design Communication
EDED20476 Applied Communication Arts
EDED20481 Conferences and Events
EDED21001 Creative Arts Administration
EDED21002 Creative Industries