About this course
- Entry and participation requirements
- Attributes, outcomes and skills
- Course structure
- Subject options
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Currently enrolled students:
- Further information: http://graduate.arts.unimelb.edu.au/
- Contact: 'Make an enquiry' at http://graduate.arts.unimelb.edu.au/degrees/20-advanced-graduate-diploma-in-arts
- Dr Guy Morrow email@example.com
|Award title||Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (Advanced)|
|Year & campus||2019 — Parkville|
|Fees information||Subject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date|
|Study level & type||Graduate Coursework|
|Credit points||100 credit points|
|Duration||12 months full time or 24 months part time|
The Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (Advanced) aims to prepare graduates to work in a diversity of arts industry environments, ranging from large organisations and government departments to self-employment in the arts, by developing in postgraduate students an understanding and appreciation of the arts, and the range of skills necessary to manage cultural resources, both human and material.
Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (Advanced)
(100 credit points)
1. In order to be considered for entry, applicants must have completed:
- an undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline with a weighted average mark of at least H2B (70%) in appropriate subjects or equivalent.
- Meeting these requirements does not guarantee selection.
2. In ranking applications, the Selection Committee will consider:
- prior academic performance; and
- relevance of previous studies.
3. The Selection Committee may seek further information to clarify any aspect of an application in accordance with the Academic Board rules on the use of selection instruments.
4. Applicants are required to satisfy the university’s English language requirements for graduate courses. For those applicants seeking to meet these requirements by one of the standard tests approved by the Academic Board, performance band 7.0 is required.
Core participation requirements
The University of Melbourne is committed to providing students reasonable adjustments to assessment and participation under the Disability Standards for Education (2005) and the Assessment and Results Policy (MPF127). For the purposes of considering requests for reasonable adjustments, academic requirements for this course are articulated in the overview, attributes, outcomes and skills of this entry. Further details about how to seek academic adjustments can be found on the Student Equity and Disability Support website: http://services.unimelb.edu.au/student-equity/home
Intended learning outcomes
Students who complete the Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (Advanced) should:
- understand and appreciate the place of the arts within our culture;
- understand and access arts policy and funding in Australia;
- communicate and negotiate effectively and efficiently with a range of people and organizations, including arts organizations, artists, government administrators, funding bodies, professional organizations and unions;
- understand State and Federal legislation and aspects of common law in so far as they impact upon the arts industry;
- demonstrate an understanding of basic managerial skills and leadership strategy, including the ability to plan, coordinate, make decisions, solve problems, and manage human and physical resources;
- demonstrate an understanding of financial management and business marketing in a variety of arts industry contexts; and
- be able to function as creative and accountable arts industry workers, who demonstrate a sense of commitment and responsibility to artists and the advancement and preservation of culture within the broader community.
On completion of this subject, students should have acquired skills in the areas of:
- management and professional communication;
- ethical professional practice;
- financial management;
- critical analysis and creative thinking;
- applied research methods and evaluation; and
- team work and professional networking.
Graduates should acquire the following:
- an in-depth knowledge of their specialist disciplines and skills
- an ability as a critical, creative thinker with strong reasoning skills
- an engagement with contemporary local, national and global issues and developed an appreciation of the Asian region
- an awareness of the social and cultural diversity in communities and ability to work collaboratively with people from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds
- an awareness of and respect for Indigenous cultures
Integrity and self-awareness
- motivation, self-direction and organisational skills, with the ability to set goals and manage time and priorities
- a willingness to explore, experiment and learn from mistakes
- skills in self-assessment, and place great importance on their personal and professional integrity
Duration: 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time
- five compulsory subjects (62.5 points)
- elective subjects (37.5 points)
Total 100 points
External Subject Rule
Student may undertake an external subject (not listed within the program structure) with the permission of the program and subject coordinator. All external subject requests must be for the elective subject requirement, not as a compulsory, core or capstone subject. The maximum external subjects allowed are as follows:
- 200 point program undertaken at University of Melbourne (2 years): maximum 25 points.
- 150 point program undertaken at University of Melbourne (1.5 years): maximum 12.5 points.
- 100* point program undertaken at University of Melbourne (1 year): 12.5 points
- 50*^ point program undertaken at University of Melbourne (0.5 years): 0 points.
* GC-ARTS, GD-ARTS, GCA-ARTS and GDA-ARTS students are not normally granted permission to undertake external subjects towards their degree.
^ Exception: Students admitted to 50 point programs may apply to take LING90002, Presenting Academic Discourse, as an external subject.
Please note that advanced standing contributes to a student’s remaining points undertaken at University of Melbourne, and may affect how many points the student can undertake outside the enrolled program.
|Code||Name||Study period||Credit Points|
|AMGT90001||Principles of Arts Management||
|AMGT90004||States, Governments and the Arts||
|AMGT90006||Audiences and the Arts||
|AMGT90013||Finance and Budgeting||
|Code||Name||Study period||Credit Points|
|AHIS40002||Indigenous Photography, New Media, Film||Not available in 2019||12.5|
|AHIS40016||Aboriginal Art in the Northern Territory||
|AHIS90005||History and Philosophy of Museums||
|AHIS90007||Biennales, Triennales and Documentas||Not available in 2019||12.5|
|AMGT90024||Cultural Festivals and Special Events||
|AMGT90031||Developing Cultural Industries||Not available in 2019||12.5|
|CULS40001||Cultural Policy and Power||
|CULS40002||Memory Cultures||Not available in 2019||12.5|
|CULS40006||Cultural Studies in Asia||Not available in 2019||12.5|
|CULS40011||Cultural Studies Now||
|ENGL40020||Australian Theatre and Performance||
|PUBL90006||Writing and Editing for Digital Media||
|SCRN40002||Contemporary Film Theory||
|SCRN40013||Censorship: Film, Art and Media||