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Arts Management Thesis Part 1 (AMGT90027)

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Year of offer2019
Subject levelGraduate coursework
Subject codeAMGT90027
Semester 1
Semester 2
FeesSubject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date

Students enrolled in this subject will undertake a piece of research in arts management approved by the course coordinator. The research will incorporate both theoretical inquiry and primary research. On completion of the subject, students will submit a minor thesis on their chosen research topic. Enrolment in the thesis is across two consecutive semesters and students must enrol in the subject in each semester to ensure they are meeting the full 37.5 point requirement for the year-long subject.

The subject coordinator can turn down the proposal (and thereby entry into the Minor Thesis) if the subject of the proposed Minor Thesis does not sufficiently align with the focus of the Master of Arts and Cultural Management.

Intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this subject, students should have:

  • developed their skills in the forms of scholarly and critical analysis and inquiry appropriate to arts management;
  • bought an independent research project from inception and development to completion;
  • learnt how to develop their research ideas and improve their writing skills under supervision; and
  • significantly enhanced their understanding of a specific area or methodology in arts management.

Generic skills

At the completion of this subject, students should gain the following generic skills:

  • an ability to initiate a self-contained research project and to formulate a viable research question;
  • an ability to evaluate and synthesize research and professional literature in the student's field of research;
  • an ability to manage research information effectively and efficiently in the application of computer systems and software;
  • a capacity to articulate their research in written presentations;
  • an appreciation of the design, conduct and reporting of research; and
  • a respect for intellectual integrity and for the ethics of research and scholarship.

Last updated: 27 November 2018