Graduate Certificate of Arts (Media and Communications)
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|Fees*||A$10,625 (total for 2013)*|
- Graduate Diploma of Arts (Media and Communications)
- Master of Arts (Media and Communications)
- Graduate Diploma of Multimedia
- Master of Multimedia Technology
- Master of Multimedia
- Graduate Certificate of Multimedia
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
- Graduate Diploma of Information Systems Management
- Graduate Certificate of Information Systems Management
Course in detail
Units of study
HAM419 Media Industry Seminar (only available in Semester 1)
Elective units of study
HAM402 Radio Production and Criticism A
HAM411 Globalisation: Media and Telecommunications
HAM416 Radio Production and Criticism B
HAM420 Online and Convergent Journalism
HAM426 Communication Environments
HAM427 Media Public Policy
HAM436 Remix Culture
HAM437 Media Law and Ethics
HAM438 Media and Multimedia Research Seminar
HET773 The Internet and World Wide Web 1
HET723 The Internet and World Wide Web 2
HET742 Digital Video and Audio
HET745 Multimedia Imaging
HET746 Multimedia Authoring
Aims and objectives
- the ability to critically and theoretically analyse digital media processes and products
- responsiveness to technological and industrial change
- capability in applying research and reflection in the process of producing innovative media products
- the ability to develop effective communication strategies using a variety of communicative forms and literacies
- competencies in working collaboratively and creatively in project management and problem solving
- effective membership and an understanding of the importance of networking within professional environments
- development of an ongoing critical awareness of their own learning needs and the application of appropriate technologies
- the ability to respond creatively and inventively to technological and vocational change
- provide knowledge of and experience in the production of a range of traditional and new media
- provide students with real world experience in the workplace through placements and through developing projects for real clients
- provide experience in the presentation and marketing of media production
- introduce students to the changing face of media culture and the new technologies of electronic media
- equip students with the skills to develop a substantial media production.
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Swinburne AbroadSwinburne offers International Exchange Programs as well as other Education Abroad Programs to help internationalise your degree. International Exchange is an academic program allowing you to study at a Swinburne Partner Institution for one or two semesters during your degree. Swinburne's Partner Institutions offer many relevant subjects as well as a secure base to explore a different culture. Your studies while on exchange can be credited towards your Swinburne degree, provided they are relevant and approved by Swinburne. For further information visit the Education Abroad website.
English language requirements
Swinburne College English for Academic Purposes Certificate: EAP 5 Advanced: 70%; OR, obtaining a minimum IELTS overall band of 6.5 (Academic Module) with no individual band below 6.0; OR, a TOEFL (Paper-based) minimum score of 550 (with Test of Written English (TWE) score of 5); OR, a TOEFL (Internet-based) minimum score of 79, with no individual band below 18. Refer to the English Language Requirements website for further information.